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Bit Torrent Programs

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Well, I've been learning about torrents and how to use them. But I was wondering what is a good torrent downloading program to use on RH9 Linux? I tried googleing for some info but all I got was the actuall RH9 O.S in a torrent....

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I would either use Shadow's Text-based client (btdownload.py) with Screen, or use Azureus. I use Azureus 99% of the time, and love it.

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azureus it rock i've tryed to use so many others and thay all sucked for me or i couldnt get'em to install on my slack box but azureus is a breze and simple to use

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Duh..... :D the only thing I cant get working is the built in tracker..... Im looking to make my own tracker but cant get alot of them to work. Go to the azureus web site and look at the plugins they rock :)

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Bit tornado can do everything azureus can but uses half the resources because it doesn't use crappy java

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does it come with a built in tracker, and is there a version for linux?

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shareaza and of course www.suprnova.org for downloads.

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Bit tornado can do everything azureus can but uses half the resources because it doesn't use crappy java

As I entered this topic I was waiting to see a post that said that.

:voteyes:

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Bit tornado can do everything azureus can but uses half the resources because it doesn't use crappy java

As I entered this topic I was waiting to see a post that said that.

:voteyes:

what kind of speeds do you get on Bit Tornado?

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does it come with a built in tracker, and is there a version for linux?

well...... does anyone know of any good BT programs with built in trackers?

still wondering.....

anyone.....

Edited by Cr45 Du57
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Personally I use ABC. Never had a problem with it. I love it.

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