I am trying to install utorrent instead of using the torrent apps and I just came off windows seven can someone help me?
This brief tutorial shows you how to install and use uTorrent in Ubuntu 11.10.
Next, run the commands below to extract uTorrent files to the /opt directory.
Then run the commands below to change the permission on uTorrent-server folder.
Next, run the commands below to link uTorrent server to the /user/bin directory.
Finally, run the commands below to start uTorrent.
If you get an error about libssl.so package missing, run the commands below to install it, then try starting it again.
Now that uTorrent server is started, open your web browser (Firefox) and type the address below.
The username is admin and leave the password field empty.
The first thing you will want to do is specify the download folder. To do that, click ‘Settings’ button.
Then scroll down to ‘Directories’ and specify the download folder.
This is been verified & checked . Working properly
uTorrent isn't designed for Linux OS from what I've read either that or it isn't well-supported/simple to install, however, you can import it using wine. If you haven't got wine you can install it by copying and pasting the following commands into terminal:
Then go to /home/username/ and click on the executable windows file and open with wine. Honestly, however, since wine has a tendency to use a fair amount of RAM I'd just stick with Transmission.
without the -z function.
any time you don't know what a command does you can always check the help function. ex:
This could also be a problem attempting to run 32bit executable on 64bit architecture.
Try installing ia32-libs
This will install the 32bit libraries and hopefully allow you to run the executable.
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