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1answer
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How to download torrents from the command line?

I want to download a large file through bittorrent on my server. For doing this, I downloaded the transmission command line client and the relevant .torrent file on the server, and then I run the ...
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1answer
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Using apt-fast to download torrents

While surfing the net I came across a command called apt-fast which speeds up downloading packages. I'm not familiar with this command. Can that command be used to download torrents faster like an ...
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Which torrent client has command line arguments to start/stop downloads?

first of all, I want to create shell script to start/stop downloads in torrent client. I don't need CLI but if you know how I can do that with CLI using shell script then it is okay. I use ...
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How to start/stop downloads in Azureus (Vuze) via terminal?

I need to stop/start download through shell script in Azureus(Vuze). I know there is CLI and I can invoke it as java -jar Azureus2-XXX.jar --ui=console The ? will show a list of commands I can use. ...
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1answer
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Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it

I've tried many torrent clients available in the repositories, but haven't found any that support the multi-tracker extension (BEP-012) the way it is implemented in uTorrent. That is, when there is a ...
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8answers
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Is there bittorrent software that runs in a terminal?

I want to deploy it on my vps server, so I can download resource quickly. I want this function a lot, because some resource are in foreign country, so use this could reduce my time.
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How to create a .torrent using the command line?

I'm using mktorrent, but I'm having problems with it since it doesn't hash the files in the directory for some weird reason... I'm looking for a replacement specifically for command line
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Torrent client for the command-line?

Yesterday one of my friends asked me, if there is some torrent client, that runs on the command-line. I have no answer for him, but I think that you have it.