Hi, I want to setup a torrent tracker server in CentOSCan you tell me some popular torrent tracker in CentOS. :(I want to setup a server to store file and seed it for user d... [by ubungu]
I'm trying to download the Lubuntu 13.10 (lubuntu-13.10-desktop-i386.iso) via torrent (http://cdimages.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/r...86.iso.torrent).
There are no seeders.
It also appears the tracker is offline.
Which torrent client are you using? If it doesn't infringe on your privacy, what is the URL to the torrent to download? Is it a magnet link or a dedicated tracker? Did you install any programs between the time it used to work and now that it doesn't (a newly installed program might have modified MIME types)?
It seams that the standard way of doing p2p[over the internet] is to port forward the router to accept external connections via TCP, or to use an external[hosted] server to relay[peer1 --> server --> peer2] the data, but how exactly[using what methods] does the torrent protocol achive a direct connection to another peer after obtaining the information it needs to do so[ip address, port etc..] from
Continuing on with the theme of measuring the popularity of Linux distros, today we’ll go for another method. Linux Tracker is a website that provides a bit torrent tracker for various Linux distros and related projects.