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Thread: wine utorrent vs tflux-b4rt

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    Does anyone know which one is more resource friendly?
    Guess this country:
    -Child porn is legal to possess.
    -Home of lolicon & enjo kosai
    -Subways are littered with "Warning: Perverts lurking" signs
    -Has women only subway cars because of the high sexual assault rates
    -Cartoon child porn is a $6 billion industry
    -90% of child porn on the internet is from this country
    -Ranked equally with Cambodia and Ethiopia for prostitution

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    if you compared those two, there'll be torrentflux, because it's native, while utorrent via wine emulates win environment, takes up more resources
    but if you wanna something that lighter, that would be rtorrent

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    yeah but i can't get rtorrent ui to install

    its a god damn bitch.

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    Haven't tried Tflux, but uTorrent 1.6.1 on Wine worked flawlessly for me with only 512MB of RAM.


    Have you tried Transmission?











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    Wine + Utorrent + Web ui works perfect with me with only 256MB of RAM, on Fedora.

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    really ? wow I thought wine+utorrent will consume so much resources, because it's not native

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    Hm. I can't believe wine utorrent is the best.

    Tflux b4rt uses an old transmission version
    rtorrent ui sucks
    btg sucks
    clutch sucks too

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    uTorrent is a little complicated, and Torrent Flux is so slow, consumes a lot of Ram, and if the Pc is not god it crashes a lot. I recommend Wine+Utorrent+Web Ui.

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