>Here is a build of qBittorrent 3.3.0RC sha1 0aaf4d1050e from git master with:
>libtorrent 1.0.7(official release)
>The v3.3.x series have a new saving system for torrent progress. It isn't backwards compatible with pre v3.3.0 versions. You'll be presented with a message box to migrate to the new system. If you continue there is no going back.
>The stable v3.3.0 release will be made this weekend.
does it still not have a speed graphs?
does it still have a retarded delete dialogue? sometimes i want to delete the torrent and sometimes the torrent and the files.. don't force me to go into the settings to change it
pic related, something that makes sense
yeah, that's retarded..
if you check
 also delete files on the hard disk, it'll stay that way and delete all your files any time you remove a torrent.. you have to go back into the settings to change it.. STUPID
so does this thing show me relevant ads and mine buttcoins in the background?
yo /g/ newfag to Linux here, I just installed Ubuntu on my thinkpad, and I was wondering what's generally regarded as the best bittorrent client for GNU/Linux? Probably Deluge for general purposes, right?
Why do you losers care so much about torrent clients?
As long as they don't install freeware they're fine, I use Qbittorrent because it's featured on ninite.com but might as well go back to bittorrent or whatever.
Besides torrent clients only make a real difference if you have 3rd world internet.
Nah it's real. I'm kinda liking the switch from Windows 10. I feel like I got much more freedom now.
There's no evil binding agreements, no mandatory internet connection, it's kinda like moving out from your parents' house.
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>this happens with all torrents you add to qBittorrent
it used to happen with a lot of torrents, even with peers. i think that's where the meme came from, but it's been fixed ages ago.
"Stalled", on /g/, refers chiefly to a phenomenon that occurs when trackers have a whitelist (almost all of them do) of valid torrent clients.
When QBittorrent got it's first major update in forever, everyone who flooded to it got the stalled error, because trackers are slow motherfuckers.
I have about 40 torrents seeding and use it for the occasional movie or game torrent.
Sometimes it would just put a red error on all my torrents and say Disk Read Error IO Error etc, some bullshit like that.
Transmission-Qt works flawlessly and that's what I've been using since.
I installed it on my laptop last night and there were a LOT more pre-checked "sponsor-offer" options on the site/in the installer this time than I remember seeing the last time I installed it. They're getting more like uTorrent every day (in a bad way)
wish i could use utorrent 2.2.1 full time but i use a cheating thing for most of my torrents. Im force to use qbitorrent for a few private trackers since they will ban me instantly. any advice on having "2" utorrent programs up? 1 legit and 1 cheating
This thing still freezing or crashing on big fucking torrents? I mean Touhou lossless music collection big.
Oddly enough, little girls with funny hats seem to be the best test of a torrent client's manhood.