Tom Copeland wrote:
>
> On Thu, 2004-09-09 at 13:18, Aredridel wrote:
> > On the ruby-doc.org server, you would upload the file and its
> > corresponding torrent to a private area, then run
> > btdownloadheadless.py on the torrent file.
>
> Right on.  For the RubyForge torrents (http://bt.rubyforge.org/), I run
> a client on a computer on my home network (connected via DSL).  So far -
> in about two weeks - my home network has uploaded about 350 MB of
> traffic in Ruby torrents.  This is good, since that's traffic that
> didn't clog up the RubyForge pipes.

Please excuse my ignorance as I know next-to-nothing about BT...

If I installed the BT client you recommended on the server on my hom network
(also DSL), is that all I need to do? Or do I also need to use that client
to download the files that I want to help serve?

Thanks,
Curt