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Thread: Hosting-Ie Seedbox & Fedora

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    HI,
    I know setting up utorrent on fedora is not hard.
    But I want to setup two utorrents running with the two Ip addresses that are available with my seedbox
    I have this with windows but I'm thinking of changing servers at hosting-Ie.
    Thanks

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    It is a little more fun with Linux than Windows you must bind the second IP to the adaptor, but all hosting-ie servers come with Windows2003 Web ed anyway ?

    KFlint however wrote an excellent tutorial on how to bind the second IP address on a fedora core server here:
    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/f-gui...-server-202587

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  3. BitTorrent   -   #3
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    Thanks for the quick response Artemis.
    Hosting-Ie wants to set me up with a dedi server that only has 512 meg of ram.
    More ram can't be put in this one.
    And that's a little small for widows to run.
    So I my go with linux on this one.
    I have been with them for 9 months and they are offering me a good deal to switch.
    Again thanks

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    I have run exactly the same configuration, a Lin581 server with 512mb RAM on Windows2003 web ed with two separate utorrent instances running , it has run faultlessly for the last 6 months

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