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PROGRAM:

NAME


gnome-btdownload - download files using a scatter-gather network

SYNOPSIS


gnome-btdownload [ option ... ] URL
gnome-btdownload [ option ... ] filename

DESCRIPTION


gnome-btdownload is a program to allow a user to download files using bittorrent, a
scatter-gather network.

OPTIONS


These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

--responsefile filename
treat filename as a file which the server reponse was stored in. If this option is
used, no filename or URL should be present on the command line.

--url url
retrieve the torrent info file from url. If this option is used, no filename or
URL should be present on the command line.

-i ip | --ip ip
report ip as your IP to the tracker

--bind ip
bind to ip instead of the default

--minport portnum
set portnum as the minimum port to listen on, counts up if unavailable (default
6881)

--maxport portnum
set portnum as the maximum port to listen on (default 6889)

--saveas filename
store the downloaded file to filename, instead of querying user (gui) or using the
filename stored in the torrent info file

--max_uploads num
Only allow num uploads at once (default 4)

--max_upload_rate kbytes
maximum rate to upload at in kilobytes, 0 means no limit (default 0)

--keepalive_interval secs
pause secs seconds between sending keepalives (default 120.0)

--download_slice_size bytes
query for bytes bytes per request (default 32768)

--request_backlog num
keep num requests in a single pipe at once (default 5)

--max_message_length bytes
set bytes to the maximum length prefix encoding you'll accept over the wire -
larger values get the connection dropped (default 8388608)

--timeout secs
wait secs before closing sockets which nothing has been received on (default 300.0)

--timeout_check_interval secs
check whether connections have timed out every secs seconds (default 60.0)

--max_slice_length bytes
requests from peers larger than bytes bytes are ignored (default 131072)

--max_rate_recalculate_interval secs
connections that pause longer than secs seconds are given reduced rate (default
15.0)

--max_rate_period secs
set secs to the maximum amount of time to guess the current rate estimate
represents (default 20.0)

--upload_rate_fudge secs
set the time equivalent of writing to kernel-level TCP buffer to secs (default 5.0)

--display_interval secs
update displayed information every secs seconds (default 0.1)

--rerequest_interval secs
request more peers every secs seconds (default 300)

--min_peers num
do not rerequest if we have num peers already (default 20)

--http_timeout secs
wait secs seconds before assuming a http connection has timed out (default 60)

--snub_time secs
wait secs seconds for data to come in over a connection before assuming it's semi-
permanently choked (default 30.0)

--spew 1 | 0
whether to display diagnostic info to stdout. This option is not useful when using
btdownloadcurses or btdownloadgui. (default 0) --max_initiate num stop initiating
new connections when we have num peers (default 40)

--check_hashes 1 | 0
whether to check hashes on disk (defaults to 1)

--report_hash_failures 1 | 0
whether to report to the user that hash failuers occur (non-fatal, common error)
(default 0)

--rarest_first_priority_cutoff num
the number of peers which need to have a piece before other partials take priority
over rarest first (default 3)

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