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BitTyrant a hacked version of Azureus 11MB + Java needed
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PostPosted: Thu 05 Jun 2008, 11:59    Post_subject:  BitTyrant a hacked version of Azureus 11MB + Java needed  

Background:
BitTyrant is a BitTorrent client modified from the Java-based Azureus 2.5 code base. BitTyrant is designed to give preference to clients uploading to it fastest and limiting slower uploaders. It is free software and cross-platform, currently available for Windows, OS X, and Linux.[1]

BitTyrant is a result of research projects at University of Washington and University of Massachusetts Amherst,

As a strategic client, it has demonstrated an average increase in download speed by 70% over a standard BitTorrent client. Non-BitTyrant leechers in the swarm generally receive a decrease in download speed. Even so, if all clients are BitTyrant, high capacity peers are more effectively utilized, allowing for an overall increase in download speed. However, there is a caveat. If high capacity peers are involved in many swarms, low capacity peers lose some

Also read "BitTyrant: The “Selfish” BitTorrent Client"
http://torrentfreak.com/bittyrant-the-selfish-bittorrent-client/

Basically you need to have java installed which you can get here, Don't worry about the missing files it still works.
http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/bugs/java-1.6u5.pet

Then download this http://bittyrant.cs.washington.edu/dist_090607/BitTyrant-Linux32.tar.bz2

extract it to a directory and click on azureus
and it will automatically start.Smile
It was that simple so I didn't make a package for it but if people really want a package I could make one. Just ask

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PostPosted: Sun 15 Jun 2008, 19:58    Post_subject: Firewall NAT Issues  

Works like a charm but I have firewall issues. I have looked at numerous posts but they all seem to be WAY beyound my capabilities. I don't remember installing a Puppy firewall and I am behind a router/ADSL modem. I have tried entering the listening port numbers from Opera (NOP 4) and pctorrent form Dingo 4 but azureus's Nat/ Firewall test gives a nat error?

Any EASY beginner suggestions will be greatfully appreciated. Smile

By the way some of the posts said to disable the firewall if installed but NOBODY said how it was done. Sad
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PostPosted: Sun 15 Jun 2008, 23:27    Post_subject: Re: Firewall NAT Issues  

Fishy wrote:
Works like a charm but I have firewall issues. I have looked at numerous posts but they all seem to be WAY beyound my capabilities. I don't remember installing a Puppy firewall and I am behind a router/ADSL modem. I have tried entering the listening port numbers from Opera (NOP 4) and pctorrent form Dingo 4 but azureus's Nat/ Firewall test gives a nat error?

Any EASY beginner suggestions will be greatfully appreciated. Smile

By the way some of the posts said to disable the firewall if installed but NOBODY said how it was done. Sad


Hi Fishy it worked perfect for me with My adsl router but I do have "port forwarding" enabled.
Basically you have to look up your adsl modem and find how to "Port Forward"
Its basically a url you type in depending on the Model and brand of modem. Then a configure screen opens and you follow the instruction.
Actually this site will probably be all that you need. Smile
http://www.fishbowler.net/bt/routers.php

ttuuxxx

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PostPosted: Tue 17 Jun 2008, 17:41    Post_subject:  

The site that you recommended worked like charm!

Thank you ever so much Very Happy .
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Dec 2008, 18:03    Post_subject: Working a Bit?  

The change that you made to java allows it to work but after the initial use a problem occurs. I am using NOP 4.1.2 and when I set up a launcher it starts Bittyrant but after the initial screen it goes away. Using ./azureus in a terminal allows the program to function.

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PostPosted: Tue 30 Dec 2008, 23:48    Post_subject:  

have you tried the latest java?
http://puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/programs/internet/jre1.6.0_11.pet
ttuuxxx
(right click Save Link AS)

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