How can I open some ports to do torrenting ? PLEase

How can I open some ports to do tor-renting ? Please

#!/bin/bash

if [ -t 1 ] ; then
  c_134=$'\033[1;34m'
  c_131=$'\033[1;31m'
  c_off=$'\033[0m'
else
  c0="c0"
fi

detect_dual_boot() {
  if [[ $EUID -eq 0 ]] && [[ -x /usr/bin/os-prober ]]; then
    local OSPROBER_OUT="$(os-prober)" || { DUALBOOT="Os-prober error"; exit; }
    echo $OSPROBER_OUT | grep -q "Windows Boot Manager" &> /dev/null && DUALBOOT="Yes" || DUALBOOT="No/Undetected"
  elif [[ -x /usr/bin/efibootmgr ]] && [ -d /boot/efi ]; then
    local EFIBOOTMGR_OUT="$(efibootmgr)" || { DUALBOOT="Efibootmgr error"; exit; }
    echo $EFIBOOTMGR_OUT | grep -q "Windows Boot Manager" &> /dev/null && DUALBOOT="Probably (Run as root to verify)" || DUALBOOT="No/Undetected"
  elif [[ -x /usr/bin/os-prober ]]; then
    DUALBOOT="<superuser required>"
  else
    DUALBOOT="No detection tool installed"
  fi
}

detect_snapshots() {
  if [ -d /.snapshots ] || pacman -Qq snapper-support &> /dev/null; then
     printf "snapper "
  elif [ -d /run/timeshift ] || pacman -Qq timeshift-support &> /dev/null; then
     printf "timeshift "
  elif pacman -Qq snapper &> /dev/null; then
     printf "snapper(custom) "
  elif pacman -Qq timeshift &> /dev/null; then
     printf "timeshift(custom) "
  fi
}

generate_relevant_software() {
  local RELEVANT=()
  local packages
  packages="$(pacman -Qq garuda-dracut-support mkinitcpio dracut nvidia-dkms 2> /dev/null | xargs || true)"

  systemctl is-enabled tlp &> /dev/null && RELEVANT+=("tlp")
  systemctl is-active NetworkManager &> /dev/null && RELEVANT+=("NetworkManager")
  systemctl is-active connman &> /dev/null && RELEVANT+=("connman")

  if [[ "$packages" =~ (^| )garuda-dracut-support($| ) ]]; then
    RELEVANT+=("dracut")
  elif [[ "$packages" =~ (^| )dracut($| ) ]]; then
    RELEVANT+=("dracut(custom)")
  fi
  [[ "$packages" =~ (^| )mkinitcpio($| ) ]] && RELEVANT+=("mkinitcpio")
  [[ "$packages" =~ (^| )nvidia-dkms($| ) ]] && RELEVANT+=("nvidia-dkms")

  detect_snapshots

  local RELEVANT_SOFTWARE="${RELEVANT[*]}"
  [ -z "$RELEVANT_SOFTWARE" ] && RELEVANT_SOFTWARE="None"
  echo "$RELEVANT_SOFTWARE"
}

generate_system_update() {
  local last_update
  last_update="$(date -r /var/lib/garuda/last_update +%s 2> /dev/null)" || { echo "Unknown/Never"; return; }
  local reboot=""
  if [ "$last_update" -gt "$(date -r /proc +%s)" ]; then
    reboot=" ${c_131}↻${c_off}"
  fi
  echo -e "$(date -d"@$last_update" +%F)${reboot}"
}

inxi -Faz${c0} --zv

echo -e "${c_134}Garuda ($(pacman -Q garuda-common-settings | awk '{print $2}')):${c_off}"
install_date="$(head -n1 /var/log/pacman.log | cut -d " " -f1 | cut -c 2-11)"
echo -e "${c_134}  System install date:${c_off}     ${install_date}"
echo -e "${c_134}  Last full system update:${c_off} $(generate_system_update)"
echo -e "${c_134}  Is partially upgraded:  ${c_off} $([ -e /var/lib/garuda/partial_upgrade ] && echo Yes || echo No)"
echo -e "${c_134}  Relevant software:      ${c_off} $(generate_relevant_software)"
detect_dual_boot &> /dev/null
echo -e "${c_134}  Windows dual boot:      ${c_off} ${DUALBOOT}"
echo -e "${c_134}  Failed units:           ${c_off} $(systemctl list-units --failed --full --all --plain --no-legend | awk '{printf("%s ",$1)}')"
if [ "$1" == "funstuff" ]; then
  update_count="$(paclog --grep="starting full system upgrade" | wc -l)"
echo -e "${c_134}  Total system updates:   ${c_off} ${update_count}"
echo -e "${c_134}  --> Updates per week:   ${c_off} $(( ${update_count}/(($(date +%s) - $(date --date="$install_date" +%s) )/(60*60*24*7)) ))"
fi

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BTW, where? :slight_smile:

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HI

That is my ```
garuda-inxi

i posted

and i went here for opening ports
https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/opening-a-port-on-linux

but got to the firewall and stopped

FM/ :slight_smile:

You post a bash script not the output from

garuda-inxi

Did you check if some firewall is active?
Did you try torrenting?
Did you start torrent from terminal?
Did you get error messages?

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I Used Deluge for the torrent
and yes Firewall is updated and active

and i have no open ports

 ╰─λ garuda-inxi
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    quiet quiet splash rd.udev.log_priority=3 vt.global_cursor_default=0
    loglevel=3 ibt=off
  Desktop: Cinnamon v: 5.6.7 tk: GTK v: 3.24.36 wm: muffin vt: 7 dm: LightDM
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Machine:
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CPU:
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    DVI-D-1, HDMI-A-2 bus-ID: 01:00.0 chip-ID: 1002:67df class-ID: 0300
    temp: 49.0 C
  Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 21.1.6 driver: X: loaded: amdgpu
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Network:
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???
Why you post in GNOME when you use Cinnamon?

Restart your PC

https://forum.deluge-torrent.org/viewtopic.php?t=54337

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Last but not least:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Deluge#Firewall

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You have to open a port for Deluge in your gateway/router/firewall, not in Garuda. Garuda doesn't run a firewall on the OS by default.

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ok, thanks

I downloaded Cinnamon and GNOME simultaneously.
Although I prefer Gnome, the USB somehow became corrupt, causing me to use Cinnamon when I actually prefer Gnome.

Sorry In My Head im using Gnome :grinning:

I appreciate you bringing that up.

Opening ports can be done automatically by most routers if you enable universal plug & play. It can be a security concern so I usually don't recommend that, but it would at least let you see if it's possible for you to connect to torrent networks.

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Thank you

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