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10 BitTorrent Client for Linux

Feb 26, 2010, 01:33 (0 Talkback[s])


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"BitTornado - 0.3.18
BitTornado uses average 30mb ram. It's written with Python. Super seeding and web seeding were developed by BitTornado group. The torrent files which were newly added, open in separate windows. When the program has started each time, you must add torrent files again. Program doesn't automatically add and doesn't continue where it left off. While torrent were adding, you can't choose the files which will download. However after the adding of torrent, you can do this procedure. You can give priority to the file which you choose(want). http://bittornado.com/

"Deluge - 1.2.0
Deluge which is written by PyGTK uses average 35 mb ram. Deluge has plugin support. Super(initial) seeding support will be done with libtorrent library's 0.15 version. You can give priority to the file which you choose. You can give priority to any pieces of a file which was in torrent with pieces extension. http://deluge-torrent.org/"

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