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You find a link somewhere and download usefulfile.torrent, which you put in /home/username.
So, you call: btdownloadcurses.py /home/username/usefulfile.torrent
- basically, you call the file with the command - and a nice interface pops up.
don't do it as root, there's no need at all. if you type in "btdown" and then press tab you'll get a list of everything that it could be... if there's nothing there, then maybe you didn't actually install it after all?
Originally posted by acid_kewpie don't do it as root, there's no need at all. if you type in "btdown" and then press tab you'll get a list of everything that it could be... if there's nothing there, then maybe you didn't actually install it after all?
[zuki@localhost Desktop]$ ls B*
[zuki@localhost Desktop]$ rpm -i Bit*
error: can't create transaction lock on /var/lib/rpm/__db.000
[root@localhost ~]# cd /home/zuki/Desktop
[root@localhost Desktop]# rpm -i B*
package BitTorrent-4.1.4-1 is already installed
in both root and user when I write btdown and press tab it does nothing
when I tryed
bittorrent-curses /home/zuki/pablo.torrent it said
[zuki@localhost ~]$ bittorrent-curses /home/zuki/pablo.torrent
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/bittorrent-curses", line 28, in ?
from BitTorrent.download import Feedback, Multitorrent
ImportError: No module named BitTorrent.download