Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Pseudonym, Apr 24, 2007.
Last time I tried out transmission I wasn't too impressed. Is it really better than azureus? It looks so basic, which can be a good thing, but is it reliable and stable?
my only problem with it is not being able to select what files to d/l, it has to download all of the torrent
still better than azureus, so clean and simple.
Finally something other than azureus
i'll have to give it a try
i want µTorrent on the mac
is it allowed on bitme?
oh praise the lawd
Resource Hog, ecspecially on my g4 powerbook
You people are insane. Any torrent client that forces you to download the entire torrent is fundamentally broken.
any insights into how to make transmission run the best it can with oink?
make sure you are 'clever' = make sure you forward your ports.
crashes so very often when closing it and is very sluggish on mine... piece of garbage. Not to mention the UI is awful and dull
azureus sucks balls, transmission ftw
guide to forwarding ports on my mac?
Port forwarding is done on the router, if your mac is plugged into the modem without a router then you will need to change firewall rules.
Check if your router has UPNP. If it does, enable it, if it's enabled then you don't really have to do anything.
BTW, the new tramission rocks. It starts downloading as soon as I import the file and so much quicker
is it necessary that i use a static ip address?
my ip changes everytime i reset my modem...and with comcrap, that's pretty often
Hmm, I think he's probably talking about static for his computer's IP, not the modem. And yes for port forwarding, you either need a static address or a way for the router to always assign a particular IP address to a particular MAC address via DHCP.
i'd like to know this too