>there are literal retards on /g/ who actually got trolled into switching to qStalledmeme, the absolute buggiest torrent client ever made, by freetards who spouted FUD over "MPAA Botnets" and "freedum"
Are you enjoying your stalled torrents, poor seeding performance, disk overloading, settings being lost on shutdown, and torrents being lost if you close the client abruptly, /g/?
Works perfectly fine for me. Sounds like you have a case of the retards OP.
I have never had this stalling shit happen to me.
you can't download without seeds, retard
you can't download without seeds and blame the client for it, retard
you can't download without seeds and blame the second best client for it, retard
the best is rtorrent of course
>Are you enjoying your stalled torrents, poor seeding performance, disk overloading, settings being lost on shutdown, and torrents being lost if you close the client abruptly, /g/?
I don't usually frogpost, but this is the only correct answer I can give for you, fucking paid uPenis shill.
If the torrent has no active seeders, it will become stalled. Stalled is very close to dead, but not quite the same, since the torrent still has seeders, but they are just not seeding it. Some people blame their torrent clients for finding stalled or dead torrents, hence you see these threads. Just move along and report the thread.
The problem is every torrent file that failed on qB run perfectly on my uTorrent classic, but if i pause it and try it again on qB it stalled again.
This happen a lot of time, shame that i really like qB interface.
I don't know what kind of fucking retarded you're having, but none of that has ever happened to me when using qBT on both Windows and GNU/Linux.
If you use magnet links, qbittorrent won't load trackers and will use dht to find them instead, here it takes half an hour. If you download and open the torrent file, trackers load and it works fine.