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leigh123linux
4th July 2007, 05:00 PM
They released a new version today with loads of new features.
It looked so good I built a rpm for it . (F7 only )

http://ktorrent.org/

for ktorrent 64 bit

http://media9.filewind.com/g.php?filepath=15737

for ktorrent src.rpm

http://media9.filewind.com/g.php?filepath=15740

for ktorrent 32 bit (i686 only )

http://media1.filewind.com/g.php?filepath=8608




Reducing Fedora Core 7 - i386 - Updates to included packages only
Finished
75 packages excluded due to repository protections
Installed Packages
ktorrent.x86_64 2.2-1.fc7 installed
Available Packages
ktorrent.x86_64 2.1.4-1.fc7 fedora
[leigh@localhost ~]$

ramasees
4th July 2007, 05:14 PM
WoW thanks Leigh my favourite torrent downloader just got better btw have you seen the new devede

leigh123linux
4th July 2007, 05:26 PM
WoW thanks Leigh my favourite torrent downloader just got better btw have you seen the new devede

Have you installed it yet ? , I agree it has got a lot better. :cool:



P.S I have now add a i686 rpm to post # 1

ramasees
4th July 2007, 05:57 PM
yes, it definately starts alot faster and the tabs are better with search etc though i havent downloaded on it yet

1jackjack
5th July 2007, 09:08 AM
This is brilliant news; when no-one can get Azureus working, and they don't want to use wine and uTorrent, I think they look to kTorrent. Then they think *****; is this all I'm left with? But now, I think it will become a popular choice! Can I just ask;

(1) how do i tell if im i686?
(2) why on the other one, have *.src.rpm? Do you just run like a normal rpm?

Many Thanks

leigh123linux
5th July 2007, 11:21 AM
This is brilliant news; when no-one can get Azureus working, and they don't want to use wine and uTorrent, I think they look to kTorrent. Then they think *****; is this all I'm left with? But now, I think it will become a popular choice! Can I just ask;

(1) how do i tell if im i686?
(2) why on the other one, have *.src.rpm? Do you just run like a normal rpm?

Many Thanks

Try ( i686 is the same as i386 but more optimized for newer machines )


uname -m

ainojin
6th July 2007, 12:33 PM
Thank you very much... Since I'm a week old fedora user i appreciate the effort of making a rpm. Thanks again I think I will stick with Ktorrent from now on. It looks pretty nice!

1jackjack
6th July 2007, 01:18 PM
Yer, it's kinda like a less-streamlined, uglier, slower version of uTorrent (with a lot, but not all of it's features), but it's easy to get up and running, and it works!

Thanks

1jackjack
10th July 2007, 10:39 AM
Also note: really annoying, but some private trackers ( BitMeTV) don't allow kTorrent...