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Thread: Installation of utorrent in the server of hosting ie Linux

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    Hello to all. Like that you saw I need help

    I have server of Hosting and I do not know how to install utorrent

    In my server there is an operating system of Linux. It seems to me debian

    Then those who he knows to install utorrent in the server I am ready to bring him present 3 days of use in the server
    And also I can promise him that this do not finish in this only

    Please from you I must your help already 20 day that I am not a user in the server on account of this

    p.s sorry for my bad english
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    There is a walkthrough for the installation here on fst:
    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/f-gui...through-169620
    the difference between the commands is that you have debian etch installed on your server so instead of yum to install packages you need to use apt : the command line is apt-get install (packagename) the rest of the walk through though should tell you the steps to configure your server.

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    The instructor that gave this of leeware this is not for me

    Who that knows to do and interested to install me that will send me pm and we will talk already on everything

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
    Leeware/FCx and your choice of Hosting-IE installed distro... It's a very similar process. But on Debian you'll use apt-get rather than yum. That, and you'll need to install xorg server to get a gui for xwindow use.

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    The instructions in the walkthrough are for Fedora Core 6, all of the commands listed in the walkthrough are the same, it is the package manager for the distro which is different. Debian distributions use apt (advanced programming tool) Fedora uses yum (yellowdog update manager) so instead of using yum install the command is apt-get install. But as the previous poster said there is an extra step, you need to install the xorg server first:
    apt-get install xorg

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    can someone install utorrent on my server for me ?

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    Honestly, no need to install uTorrent on Linux. GUI & all that other crap just takes up an unnecessary amount of resources.

    I would be happy to install rTorrent & RSSDler for you on Debian/Ubuntu server.

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    is RSSDler a stand-alone apps or a rtorrent plugin? i'd like to give it a try on my box

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    ok thx, i'm not sure i get how those 3 pieces fits together though

    any guide on the net to help?
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