Five years after uTorrent was released for the Windows platform the development team has announced that it's working on a Linux version of the torrent client. The massive demand from users is cited as one of the main reasons why Linux users will have a native uTorrent application this coming summer.
I have utorrent running on wine without issue. I click on the utorrent.exe and it opens and runs great. My problem is that even after setting .torrent files to open with utorrent (instead of transmission which is the defualt) and then try to open them NOTHING happens. I have to go into utorrent and open the torrent files.
Downloading times have been cut short and shorter, but we are a typically impatient lot. There’s been a historical trade-off between streaming your films and series, and mustering up the patience for a decent download.
i just wanna ask guys how can i put a torrent file in my utorrent app in my samsung galaxy Y
the thing is i already download an utorrent app. in my galaxy Y and i already download a torrent file in my pc then transfer it in my sd card now i cant put it in my utorrent coz it always ask for a url...
hope u could explain to me the details in a brief way thx :confused:
I'm building Atom based very small computer with priority to low power consumption and 24/7 up time.
It will have 512M-1G RAM and 1TB disk.
I'll use it as NAS and torrent client so it will also download some content and share it.
I'll share my drive with SAMBA for Windows clients and NFS for Linux.
I had a Windows 7 operating system, I then wrote over that OS with Ubuntu 11.10.
This heavily increased my disk space, but since i installed a 32bit version of Ubuntu onto my once 64bit OS my RAM was cut in half.
How exactly do you uninstall the 32bit and install the 64bit when you have no Windows to go back to and no CD-ROM drive?
(I installed Ubuntu with a flash drive)