It lets me know that I helped you guys out which is awesome. If utorrent were to force me to keep a torrent active until i reach 1:1, i would never be able to delete it, even on some popular trackers. As stated earlier, this method applies to the uTorrent client, but you may be able to apply a similar method with one of the many other torrent clients available. I would rather try to explain what torrents are and what seeding actually means. The client is simple to use otherwise. You should now exit Transmission completely using the File Menu and choosing Exit, then reload it. Personally, I use a couple of public trackers and one private tracker primarily.
Since you just don't seem to grasp the idea that P2P networks either require 1:1 or very altruistic individuals with high amounts of bandwidth to subsidise stupid leeches, that is exactly why I said more should have enforced 0. Some people say you should seed until at least 1. The guy thinks that 50% ratio is a good thing and we must all use it. A ratio is set as a percentage and depends on the downloaded file. Do not increase the Max active torrents to too high compared to your internet connections upload bandwidth.
The micro torrent client is lightweight and can be installed very easily. If everyone just seed to share ratio 100%, seeds will disappear quickly. Edit, I found the file, loaded it into Notepad, changed what needed to be changed, hit save, and said Access Is Denied. Well, as much as I hate leechers, there are some cases when leeching is justifiable. For those using uTorrent, I can highly recommend switching to.
You are probably not using an internet access with a Download+Upload cap of 60 gigs, lucky you. I understand people are against people not seeding, but I would just very much rather not seed, at all, so how do I put a complete stop to it with Deluge? Our populaton density cant and wont economically support infrastructure like europes, japans, and taiwans. You will probably be surpirsed by my ratio. Thus putting the torrent into standby, waiting for another torrent to complete it's sharing ratio? That means, some Deluge developer has chosen on behalf of the users how much we must seed. I guess if the port of your config is not configured on your router inbound port in the config you won't be able to seed but well to download.
I wonder what I am doing wrong except being nasty purely in test purposes that is :. But honestly, if you feel you should seed, do it, if other people choose not to, don't hassle them, its their choice and not your place to judge them. A leech is a leech no matter how you rationalise it. So you seed for the time the file is in Deluge but not afterward. The settings seem to be in the logical places I'd look. If you are on private trackers do not use this technique as it will count as a hit n run and you will probably get in trouble. You can also force the upload to be as low as possible so you will be just a leecher this is frowned upon.
It's no secret Australia lags behind the rest of the world in terms of internet speed, majority of out broadband connections are assymetric, we have just a handful that have symetrical broadband connections. If you can't afford the upload, then you shouldn't download, or you should find a leech-oriented distribution system. If you have found a method not listed here, feel free to leave us a comment in the comments section below! And if someone has a ratio of 1:1 in general, that is they upload as much as they download that's also fine, atleast they are putting as much into the community as they are taking out. But guess what, if I choose not to, I don't have to. However, if I want to seed a specific file to a ratio of.
Sound nice but is not alway possible. Now after I give access to 2 files on my computer, anyone can download those files. You may also encounter some usability issues with the software. Seeding only increases that exposure. Consider reading for a complete guilt-free leecher experience.
I do agree in some case seeding to share ratio 100% or lower is justifiable. Check the settings on your preferred torrent client to see whether similar setting options exist. Make sure you are downloading good torrents, too. Hi all, currently using the Azureus Bit Torrent Client and in the past when I'd uploaded and entire torrent it would stop seeding when i'd uploaded 100% of the file. Download a torrent internationally then ideas like not letting you download the full file until you have uploaded 0. Uploading the same amount that you download is certainly not leeching. The entire subject, however, is hotly debated even now.