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0o0 04-12-2004 01:23 PM

how to install bit torrent? or bit tornado
i downloaded bit tornado.. and i dont knwo how to install there is no install file... :confused:
using mandrake 9.1 kde 3.1 !

aaa 04-12-2004 01:28 PM

(for a torrent, not sure about 'tornado') Get BitTorrent, and run it on the *.torrent file. It will download the file you want, which you will then use to install.

vectordrake 04-12-2004 06:52 PM

Tornado is the new name for Shadow's client. I couldn't get the libs I needed to make them run, so I have been using until yesterday, when I downloaded the tar.gz of Azarius. Nice client for anyone who has java installed (works smooth as skippy for the j2se1.5 beta)

Slackcare 04-12-2004 09:38 PM

BitTornado is written in python, hence the .py endings on the scripts if you open the .tar.gz and look thru it. You have to run the to install it, then for the GUI to work properly you need wxPython, and wxGTK. wxGTK comes in the wxPython source. ---> This goes the same for the original bittorrent client which is also written in python. Azureus would be the simpler alternative since it's written in Java:

Now had you been running Slackware you could just get the Slackware packages from me, plus I even have QTorrent. :-) Well maybe someone has made a RPM for it.

crash_zero 04-19-2004 02:38 AM

what exactly does do... i didnt see any mention of it in the documentation... can't you just associate application/x-bittorrent with is the setup better? oh, and also... heh... how would one run the setup? i have no knowledge of python... err... heh...

L_stusek 04-21-2004 04:41 PM

i'm having the same problems. i ran setup but it gave "no commands supplied". what commands do i have to enter?

beejayzed 04-22-2004 12:52 AM

Can't you get it off contrib? If you've setup you urpmi sources then you should be able to type "urpmi bittorrent"

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