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Guest tanya stawicki

multple seed, single port

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I want to seed about 200 files from a "console only" Centos 5 host. Therefore I installed bittorrent-4.4.0-1.el5. Now I want to seed a whole directory over a single port.(or less then 10 ports). The normal command: "bittorrent-console --save_in /data/tgz-files /data/tor-files/JAN.TORRENT > /dev/null &", must be excecuted 200 times and thus uses 200 ports :-(

Is single command & single port seeding possible? (with bittorrent4 or another console-bittorrent client?)

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I'm sorry, but we don't provide support for legacy bittorrent versions anymore. There ARE clients that support what you want to do.

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