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Re: bittorrent GUI



On Monday 13 June 2005 12:33 pm, fedora-list-request redhat com wrote:
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> Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 15:51:36 -0400
> From: "Tim Holmes" <tholmes mcaschool net>
> Subject: Bittorrent instructions / procedures etc.
> To: "For users of Fedora Core releases" <fedora-list redhat com>
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> Hi folks:
>
> Noting the new FC4 release today, it looks to me like a good chance to
> play with bittorrent a little bit, so I want to set it up and get it
> working -- I just happen to have a spare (testing) fc3 box that's not
> doing much right now that would be ideal to play with it on.
>
> I went to www.bittorrent.com, and read through their FAQ etc, and in
> general I understand the concept of how the bittorrent works, and what I
> need to do to open my firewall etc for it.
>
> I downloaded the RPM of the client, and then executed the RPM -Uvh
> BitTorrent.blah.blah.blah.rpm to install it, the install went smoothly
> and left me looking for what to do next.
>
> I cannot seem to find how to proceede from here.  I went to the FC4
> torrent and tried clicking on the link for it, and promptly got a
> webserver error -- I think it was 404.  I also cannot seem to find the
> GUI for it (is there supposed to be one?)
>
> I would like to use this technology, but I am finding the documentation
> to be a little bit too sketchy for easy use, could someone please point
> me in the right direction?
>
> Thanks
>
> TIM

go to rpmfind.net and search for 

bittorrent-gui

I got the package from the FC3 extras, its a python program but it
works ok for me ( I am getting the FC4 DVD iso with it right now.)

James Carver

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