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Re: FC 2 Download



--- Joshua Andrews <josh wavefood com> wrote:
> Sanjeewa Wijerathne wrote:
> 
> > Steve Searle wrote:
> >
> >> Around 10:08am on Thursday, May 20, 2004 (UK
> time), Sanjeewa 
> >> Wijerathne scrawled:
> >>
> >>  
> >>
> >>> Im trying to download FC2  using my ADSL link
> since 18 and still I 
> >>> have "finishing in 299:49:00 (12.3%)" on
> bittorrent screen :-(. Can 
> >>> you give   
> >>
> >>
> >> Have you opend the ports to allow uplink?
> >>  
> >>
> > --------------
> > status:   finishing in 300:04:14 (12.5%)
> > speed:   3  B/s down -   0  B/s up totals:  
> 272.56M2   down - 594.5 
> > MB   up     ---------------
> >
> > That 594.5 MB means I have uplink ports right?
> >
> >                                            
> --sanjeewa
> >
> >
> Blow off bittorrent and find an rsync server to
> finish up what you 
> already have.
> 
> I haven't actually tried it but it should work.
> 
> The time it takes you to learn to use rsync will be
> nothing compared to 
> the time you will save plus rsync is good to know.
> 
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I used my VDSL link yesterday to Bit Torrent FC2, the
ISOs, down, and it only took about 4 hours to do so. 
Maybe he should cancel his Torrent and restart it.  My
link, is only 1.5Mb up and down, if it matters.

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