Slackware 14.1 Torrents! Please seed to relieve slackware.com and mirrors.
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Just doing my share for the community!
I have a few raspberry-pi! One of them is doing a few things, one of them is seeding this torrents with rtorrent.
It's using SlackwareARM of course!
Just giving a little of my bandwidth to support this idea!
The files are in a 16 GB USB PEN connected to raspberry-pi!
Thank you all for working on this amazing project named Slackware!
I am still seeding Slackware 14 64 bit. I have seeded almost 30GB so far.
The ratio of seeders to downloaders must still be pretty good, since there does not seem to be much demand on my uploading. Many times it just sits idle.
Of course, there are probably fewer people downloading Slack 14 now than when it was first released.
Either way, I will happily keep seeding Slack!
The ratio for slackware64-14.0-iso is obviously a display bug in transmission
Looks like people are downloading the 64bit version more than the 32bit one...
I have similar results... the 32-bit version has a ratio of 323 while the 64-bit version has 173. Reason my 64-bit version is lower is because the drive crashed and it re-downloaded for some reason even though it verified completely. Regardless, before the crash the 64-bit version was always slightly higher so if you do the calculations, 173 turns out to be much higher than the 32-bit version.