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- To: slug <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [SLUG] btlaunch...
- From: Ken Foskey <foskey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2006 01:16:18 +1100
OK so I want to use BT efficiently. I want to keep seeding the files
that I download (Ubuntu anyone :-) but I also want to give priority to
my new downloads.
a) I am on Optus and I get huge bandwidth 12:15am -> 11:45am so I want
to throttle at other times.
b) the man pages talks about download priorities but the doco is vague
as and I cannot find a decent howto. Best pointer I have was was to
slug with a dead link
Has anyone got a decent description on how to set this up and what
happens when you run this program. For example:
Old torrents have been downloaded with btdownloadgui does the new
process 'know' where they were sent to.
How does it know where 'new' torrents are to be sent?
Interesting is that Suse clearly describes how to seed their
distribution in BT, Ubuntu does not.