steve at holmesgrown.com
Wed Feb 9 21:12:08 EST 2005
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Yeah, and I also noticed that once my downloads were all completed
early this morning, I had no more network hangs and people could still
keep getting stuff from me. I would think that if only one downloader
was running at a time that the outside could only get the one file and
since there's 4 different main files, that's why I was trying to have
them all going at once. Perhaps I could startup the four btdownloads
in four separate consoles and see how that goes. It's so painless to
do my part in making the files available for other downloaders.
On Wed, Feb 09, 2005 at 05:22:20PM -0600, Adam Myrow wrote:
> I used btdownloadcurses.py and passed the name of each .torrent file one
> at a time. In other words, I downloaded the ISOS one by one, rather than
> trying to get them all in one shot. Maybe, it isn't the most efficient
> way to do it, but it worked, and I never had any problems.
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