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Steve McIntyre contributed to this post. I’m trying to download debian-edu-10.1.0-amd64-BD-1.iso from the torrent tracker, but it says “torrent not found.” What’s the matter? May I file a bug report for this? How do you do it? Hello, Alan. Due to the scale of our “BD” files, we have traditionally not given either ISO images or matching torrents. It appears that our scripting has been a little jumbled. Since the Debian-edu “BD”image is far smaller, making it accessible as a firect ISO or torrent download makes more sense. Maswan: I’m Maswan, and I’m I suppose we could also add “bd” to the build files in order for torrent seeders to notice? Will they be able to comprehend this? Yes, I had to correct a few lines of code like this: $cd (‘cd’,’dvd’,’hybrid’,’hdd’) for each $cd (‘cd’,’dvd’,’hybrid’,’hdd’) But that should be finished now, and I ran the triggered script, which scrolled through thedebian-edu-10.1.0-amd64-BD-1.iso. It needs to be approved and seeded right now. /Mattias Wadenstein/ /Mattias Wadenstein/ /Mattia
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$cd (‘cd’,’dvd’,’hybrid’,’hdd’) for each $cd (‘cd’,’dvd’,’hybrid’,’hdd’) But that should be finished now, and I ran the triggered script, which scrolled through thedebian-edu-10.1.0-amd64-BD-1.iso. It needs to be approved and seeded right now. Thank you, that’s great. As a result… Is it important for me to update the “create” files? Not for torrent seeding. However, hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm The “build” files are for jigdo-mirror, so they can help speed up mirroring for the debian-cd mirrors, but they are unlikely to have a major effect. /Mattias Wadenstein/ /Mattias Wadenstein/ /Mattia
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BitTorrent is what I use. When I add the magnet link and begin the download, the trackers panel displays “connection closed by peer,” and my IP address does not appear in the Torrent Address detection portion.
It’s possible. For example, qBittorrent currently has a bug: if you allow IPv6 and specifically bind qBittorrent to any interface, the client will not be able to link to trackers or peers. Perhaps other clients are having issues with IPv6 as well. Is it possible to disable it? The forums are a place where you can ask the group questions. You have no right to expect a specific response time. The consistency of the answers can also differ. Please build tickets if you need professional assistance.
How torrenting works
I had the idea that checksums were used to decide whether or not files were legitimate. For obvious reasons, this didn’t make sense… It’s not difficult to get the same amount for different numbers, for example. So all a hacker has to do is create a file with a lower sum and then fill in the rest with garbage, resulting in a file with the same checksum but entirely different content. Later on, I discovered that a checksum isn’t used for this reason at all.
The only thing that happens in BitTorrent is that the chunks (file segments) are checksummed/hashed using the SHA1 algorithm and compared to the values in the.torrent file. Unless there is a SHA1 collision, the file is right if all of the chunks match their hashes.
Finally, many clients support protocol encryption, in which Diffie-Hellman key exchange, SHA1 and ARC4 are used to encrypt traffic between peers. This has little bearing on file integrity; it is mostly intended to prevent ISP throttling and make it more difficult for eavesdroppers to see what you are doing.
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The problem with the most recent torrent, which is 1.5GB in size: In terms of status, 500 MB (300 MB) downloaded, but just 9% improvement. I forced a recheck, at which point it announced that there had been no improvement. To fix this, I deleted the torrent but kept the data, then re-added it, after which Deluge checked it and recorded the more accurate 27 percent progress, and I continued to download.
This isn’t a problem with Windows. This is an issue I’m having with 1.23 on a seedbox with Simfs. I couldn’t use the up-to-date PPA binaries because the server is running Ubuntu 8.04, so I had to compile it from source. I was having it as well with 1.21. I haven’t tried compiling 1.30 yet, so I’m not sure if this is still a problem.