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EzerchE
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3.2 ftp download

Post by EzerchE » Mon Nov 27, 2006 12:26

Ftp resource askin for user/pass

ftp://mirror.cs.vt.edu/pub/SabayonLinux/

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Post by cvill64 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 16:02

its annoyn. login but people pounded it before I could finish uploaded the 64bit.....

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Post by EzerchE » Mon Nov 27, 2006 17:59

downloading via torrent ~25kb/s :(

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Post by mars » Mon Nov 27, 2006 18:37

seeding with some 30 kilobytes here :lol:

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Post by fog » Mon Nov 27, 2006 18:58

Downloading from the morning with ~25Kb/s and still 85%
:cry:

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Post by Norbert » Mon Nov 27, 2006 19:46

ftp servers overloaded :evil:
BitTorrent download stalled :evil: :evil:

But I want to try new Sabayon. I shall wait for normal download.

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Post by senofed » Mon Nov 27, 2006 20:08

i'm going at 34kbps on torrents and i'm at 89%. i'm uploading around 50kbps and i will seed as long as possible. when i first started downloading it was about 40% seeds and 60% leechers then when i woke up this morning it was 9% seeds (according to linuxtracker).. people need to stop deleting torrents after downloading when there's a high demand and a low number of seeds.

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Post by mars » Mon Nov 27, 2006 21:52

senofed are you using azureus? You can adapt your upload traffic to less than you downloadtraffic.
There is a settings menu somewhere, and a help section that says useful things about available bandwidth.

Kind regards
Mars

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Post by wolfden » Mon Nov 27, 2006 22:37

Azureus - you can just right click on the torrent and adjust the speeds of download and upload. People have to seed and share, at least share what you download for a 1:1 ratio. Between the x86 and 64 I have uploaded over 10 GBs. Every seed counts.

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Post by evm » Mon Nov 27, 2006 23:45

i'm uploading at max (1.2mb/sec) for the last 2-3 days

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