please use BitTorrent

Ernest L. Williams Jr. ernesto at
Thu Nov 6 11:48:30 UTC 2003

On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 06:32, nosp wrote:
> On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 06:46, Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:
> > On a separate question:
> > 
> > At home I have a 128 Kbps dedicated ISDN line: not blazing fast, but 
> > constant. I would be happy to put BT on my Linux box with the complete ISO 
> > set I download tonight at the hotel, and let it continue to upload for at 
> > least a few more weeks. Can anyone tell me if just putting the ISO files in 
> > the right directory is enough, and if so, which directory it wants?
> You're alright just leaving the btdownload{headless,*} client running
> with 100% of the download complete.  The files can be anywhere as long
> as the BT client knows about them and thinks they're 100% downloaded. 
> BT client will keep the torrent server appraised of the fact you have
> the whole file available and other clients will be directed towards your
> files.
> If you want to host a torrent, that's different.  You probably don't
> want to but in case, the info is at
> .

I would like to use BitTorrent.  Where is the HOWTO on how to use it to
get Fedora Core Release 1?

OF course, I have it installed that was easy nut how the heck does one
use it?

I installed: bittorrent-3.3-0.fdr.1.rh90.noarch.rpm


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