This is the command btcheck that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
btcheck - Bittorrent downloaded data checker
btcheck [ -h ] [ -V ] [ -v ] [ -q ] [ -n ] [ -z ] [ -i ] [ -l ] file.torrent
btcheck(1) is a tool to list torrent file content (torrent hash value, tracker announce,
comments, files list with sizes) and to check hashes of downloaded data associated with
this torrent file.
-h Show summary of options and exit.
-V Show the current version number and exit.
-v Verbose output (can be used many times to increase verbosity level).
-q Quiet output, check success or failure is set in return code.
-n Do not check data (useful whith -i option and default with -l).
-z Fill missing data with zeros when checking (this forces hash computation).
-i Show the content of the given torrent file. This includes the files list with their
size, the tracker announce, the torrent hash value.
-l List filenames with size of the given torrent file and don't check data.
The torrent file to use.
Here is some examples.
DEFAULT USAGE (CHECKING MODE)
LIST FILES DECLARED
btcheck -l bar.torrent
This program tries to check data in the directory declared in torrent file. If this
directory doesn't exist, check is done in the current directory.
Use btcheck online using onworks.net services