new TalkingArch is here
albert.e.sten_clanton at verizon.net
Tue Aug 6 15:26:42 EDT 2013
I wonder if I'm missing something, but I got no message to that effect.
I started a bittorrent download at around 8:30 this morning. When I
checked over five hours later, the .bittorrent file in Downloads
appeared to have 22,464 (or 22,646) bytes, and didn't grow a single byte
as I checked several times. I got rid of that file and downloaded the
usual way, and I doubt that took much more than 30 minutes.
I seemed to have a similar problem yesterday when using bittorrent to
bring down a couple of Debian live CD images. I used bittorrent a few
years ago, and it worked fine, though I don't remember how long it took.
Can you tell me what I may have done wrong? Thanks!
On 08/05/2013 01:17 PM, Chris Brannon wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm happy to announce the latest edition of TalkingArch, my speech (and
> braille) enabled install / rescue image for use with Arch Linux.
> The full announcement is available from my blog:
> I'm also providing a .torrent file, and BitTorrent is now the
> recommended way to download. Get it from here:
> -- Chris
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