Consider this … the stupidest example of law. From the blog post:
French record labels have received the green light to sue four US-based companies that develop P2P applications, including the BitTorrent client Vuze, Limewire and Morpheus. Shareaza is the fourth application, for which the labels are going after the open source development platform SourceForge.
This test suite creates a BitTorrent-like transfer between your machine and our server, and determines whether or not your ISP is limiting such traffic. This is a first step towards making traffic manipulation by ISPs more transparent to their customers.
A long time ago I wrote about Linux command line bittorrent client. Recently I switched from command line client to a GUI based client called Deluge. Deluge is a lightweight, open source free software and cross-platform BitTorrent client (bt client). A Bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK which offers following benefits: [a] Full Encryption – To […]
I already wrote about Linux command line bittorrent client. However, I received few more queries regarding firewall issues. Basically you need to open ports using iptables. Bittorrent client by default uses tcp 6881 to 6889 ports only. In order to work with Bittorrent client you need to open these ports on firewall. Remember, if you […]
BitTorrent is the name of a peer-to-peer (P2P) file distribution protocol, and of a free software implementation of that protocol. The BitTorrent client is a computer program developed by BitTorrent, Inc. used to download and upload files via the BitTorrent protocol. You can download python based command line BitTorrent client download for Linux/BSD/Mac OS X/UNIX […]