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Old 2nd June 2008
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Red face Client torrent !

Bonjour a tous !

Voila je voulais savoir si vous connaissiez des clients bittorrent sous OpenBSD 4.2 sans GUI ?

J'ai cherché un peu et je n'ai rien trouvé de convaincant.

Merci d'avance.
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While I don't believe it's a forum rule here, (Curiously so..), this is an English speaking community.

Translating your question may allow for faster response..

EDIT: I went on Google Translate, This user is looking for a console torrent client... btpd/rtorrent/unworkable and transmission are possible candidates, others exist not in ports, ctorrent.. and few other clients based on libbt/libtorrent.

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While I don't believe it's a forum rule here, (Curiously so..), this is an English speaking community.

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He's asking for a torrent client wihout a GUI (command-line), if i recall my french lessons correctly,

Personally i like rtorrent a lot for all torrent purposes.
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You might want to tell him that in french LOL
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I think the "I don't want to google" guys take over the forum.
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You can never get rid of the random user that is a non-Googler-just-fix-it-for-me-i-dont-want-to-fix-it-myself-kinda-guy. As regulars to this forum, we just need to have thick skin and stick to our principles.
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Sorry for beeing rude... But that reminds me of seeing the same question asked again and again like on bsdforums.com
I'm not innocent but the question was asked two times again as far as I can recall.
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Je te conseille d'utiliser rtorrent: c'est très léger ; il faut juste apprendre l'utilisation de quelques touches qui permettent par exemple de paramétrer la limite de téléchargement -> lit le manuel...

Le point for de rtorrent c'est qu'il marche parfaitement dans une session screen.

Essaie d'écrire tes post en anglais la prochaine fois.

Just talked about soccer...
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Regarde dans ports/net-p2p, il y a un certain nombre de clients avec toutes les interfaces possibles.
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Wow, excuse me guys, I just made a search yesterday but I did not see that was an english community...

Like Inty said, I'm looking for a torrent client wihout a GUI running on OpenBSD!

I'v already try to install ctorrent but it doesn't work on OpenBSD, only on FreeBSD.

Tuck, we don't see a lot of documents for Bittorrent/OpenBSD in french, and I don't understand everything in English...

Moreover, I just wanted to know if someone had any experience of bittorent client...

I'll try with rtorrent.

Thanks and sorry for my english.
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As I wrote above: sorry for being a bad forum member

Without english I think it's hard to use *BSD.

transmission is a nice torrent client.
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