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Re: BitTorrent RPM for FC2?

I found the RPM and installed it, but how do I run the program? Theres
no "bittorrent" command?

I thought that maybe I needed the gui also, so I got that RPM, but when
tying to install it I got:

error: Failed dependencies:
        wxPython is needed by bittorrent-gui-3.4.1-0.fdr.2.a.1

I guess I should learn to install via yum or up2date if I can figure it
out ;) But right now, how do I proceed?

Best regards

On Mon, 2004-10-04 at 22:12, Mariano Draghi wrote:
> Søren Neigaard escribió:
> > I have searched rpmfind and google for a BitTorrent RPM for Fedora Core
> > 2, but I cant find any, I only find LOADS of Mandrake RPM's.
> > 
> > Where should I find this? Or do you guys use some special BitTorrent
> > client on FC2?
> One of the bets ways of looking for FC packages is to use Fedoratracker:
> http://fedoratracker.org/
> You can search by package name and/or by repository. It can also give 
> you the information to add the specific repositories to yum or apt.
> BitTorrent is already in fedora-extras:
> http://fedoratracker.org/tracker.py?mode=pkgSearchCommit&package.name_regex=1&package.name=torrent&repo.version=2&actionID=79995&iteration=2
> (that URL is loooooong... but if the first thing you get in 
> fedoratracker if you search for "torrent" and Fedora Core 2.
> Regards,
> -- 
> Mariano

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