Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by kronik85, Apr 24, 2007.
[anyone wanna host? ]
get this guy a host!
How are you ripping it?? I have an empty host . . .
i downloaded it, it's not on any public trackers. chanced upon it at a private tracker of mine. it's a 700meg avi. excellent quality.
i sent you a pm
hmmm... I dunno if I can let this go on
o snap ! get this man a host stat
in for this
I would recommend keeping all talk about links and downloads to PMs. That stands for both requesting and giving.
i expected this.. KNEW i shoulda said "ibtl"
I think you just did... and where did you see me saying I was going to lock it? go back to cool Skeletor, you're getting all San Francisco (with its high gay population (only about 5 of you are going to get that one)) on us again.
want a smack in the mouth before or after i throw you on my back and squat you?
see... no, that doesn't work. "that stands for both requesting and giving"
SEND A PM!!!!
in for this
holy crap, in.
but we always upload our music playlists and whatnot
didn't mike upload one of the ronnie movies?
NM. Just saw.
Why don't we set up a OTFN torrent tracker?
Edit: I want a PM with link if this gets moving. Or someone can post who to send PM's to.
I'd like a PM if it gets going please.
That shit is over my head (or atleast over my effort)
Make a Torrent
If you've got a large amount of data to transfer from one place to another, we all know BitTorrent is an extremely efficient way of doing it.
But sometimes you may want to transfer data which you don't want to (or can't) upload to a tracker on the internet.
This is where uTorrent comes in handy, because it can act as your own private tracker.
You'll need a few things before you begin:
1. A recent copy of uTorrent. 1.6 is the latest version, there's no excuse not to use it.
2. Your external IP address. You can use http://www.whatismyipaddress.com to find this.
3. Your listen port in uTorrent. You can find this in uTorrent's Options > Preferences > Connection > Port used for incoming connections.
4. You must be clever/connectable! This won't work if you don't have port forwarding correctly configured.
Here's what you need to do. Open up uTorrent and go Options > Preferences > Advanced. Scroll down to find bt.enable_tracker and set it to True.
Restart uTorrent for this to take effect.
Now, create a new torrent. As usual, browse to find the file or folder you wish to share.
For the tracker url, use the following information:
So, for example, if your IP address is 184.108.40.206 and your listen port is 54321 then you would put this as your tracker url:
Remember to tick 'Start Seeding'. Tick 'Private Torrent' to disable DHT and Peer Exchange for this torrent if you want to.
Now press 'Create and save as..' and save the .torrent file somewhere. uTorrent should now connect (to itself) and the tracker status should be 'working'. You'll note it has a 10 minute announce interval.
Want something more fancy than an IP address? Get yourself a domain name from somewhere like http://www.dyndns.com/services/dns/dyndns/
Troubleshooting: If the connect times out and can't find the tracker, you've done something wrong. Ensure you've got the correct IP address, port, and that uTorrent is definiately connectable from the outside. You can run uTorrent's test for that by going to Options > Speed Guide and clicking Test if port is forwarded properly. Also, ensure you have a colon separating the IP address and port number!
lol i knew that...but from my knowledge, we'd have to put the torrent file up on demonoid or something like that...and that's not cool