The Ubuntu 20.04 package
This package contains a (deprecated) stand-alone command-line client, transmission-remote to interface with transmission-daemon and tools to create, edit and inspect torrent files.
And indeed, looking at the
transmission-cli package, I see it includes a
On the other hand, the Transmission project github says:
Prior to development of transmission-remote, the standalone client transmission-cli was created. Limited to a single torrent at a time, transmission-cli is deprecated and exists primarily to support older hardware dependent upon it. In almost all instances, transmission-remote should be used instead.
So which is it? Is
transmission-remote deprecated, or not? And what is it's relation to
transmission-cli? In addition, looking on the web I find a transmission-remote-cli in 16.04, though it's not in the 20.04 repos.
I just want a CLI interface to Transmission so I can do some scripting. Can someone please clear up what I'm looking at here?
Edit: To put it simply, I'd like to get clear if the
transmission-remote that the transmission project github page says replaced
transmission-cli is the same as the
transmission-remote in the Ubuntu 20.04 package named