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I don't remember sleepwalking, but this morning I found transmission-daemon uninstalled. I've reinstalled it, but when I open it up through the web interface or transgui, there are no torrents listed. I assume I've lost them, but just in case, where is this data supposed to be stored?

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This data is stored in /var/lib/transmission-daemon/info (requires root access to view, use sudo from the command line or install nautilus-gksu).

In my case depressingly empty.

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Any idea on how to change this default dir? just by looking at transmission's configuration options I can't find out if that's possible. – Chuim Apr 28 at 0:01

They are under:

/var/lib/transmission-daemon/.config/transmission-daemon/torrents
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