Re: Using bittorrent on FC4

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Well, I seldom use this.
I find Azureus (http://azureus.sourceforge.net/) more easier to use and manage.

It's just my personal opinion

Sandeep

On 2/26/06, magicus <[email protected]> wrote:
> Michael Yep wrote:
>
> > [[email protected] ~]# yum install bittorrent-curses
> > Setting up Install Process
> > Setting up repositories
> > updates-released          100% |=========================|  951 B
> > 00:00
> > extras                    100% |=========================| 1.1 kB
> > 00:00
> > base                      100% |=========================| 1.1 kB
> > 00:00
> > Reading repository metadata in from local files
> > primary.xml.gz            100% |=========================| 440 kB
> > 00:07
> > updates-re: ################################################## 1162/1162
> > Added 37 new packages, deleted 41 old in 7.59 seconds
> > Parsing package install arguments
> > No Match for argument: bittorrent-curses
> > Nothing to do
>
> What does "yum install bittorrent.noarch" do?
>
> $ rpm -q -l  bittorrent.noarch | grep bittorrent-curses
> /usr/bin/bittorrent-curses
>
> bittorrent-curses appears to be in the bittorrent.noarch rpm.
>
> $ yum list | grep bittorrent
> bittorrent.noarch   4.4.0-1.2.fc4.rf   installed
>
> ciao,
> furlan
>
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