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Using the Pi as a Torrentbox is an excellent way to save on power, especially if you want to run it 24/7. It also helps separate your downloads from your main PC and help protect you against malicious files.
1.) The bittorrent package is from the company BitTorrent, Inc., which is a legal endeavour. I would avoid.... even if you're just downloading Linux distros. The media companies have been known to get jumpy. I don't think the official BitTorrent Linux client is rebranded uTorrent, though, only their Windows client is rebranded uTorrent (maybe Mac too) - and since the original official BitTorrent client SUCKED, even more reason to stay away.2.) uTorrent is tiny, fast, and works perfect in Wine, but BitTorrent Inc. bought it and made it their official client, so I would still avoid.3.) Vuze/Azureus is packed chock-full of features, including sick plugins and media capabilities (you can change the interface back to the no-nonsense Azureus 2.5x style), but it's Java and eats system resources for breakfast - even more so than most Java apps.4.) rTorrent is great if you don't need a ton of features, the absolute tiniest client, and works splendidly for having a dropbox dedicated PC just for downloading torrents.5.) Deluge is in rapid development and is being quickly adopted by both Windows and Linux users. It's quite light, but not as much as uTorrent. Plugins available.6.) kTorrent seems to be a fairly solid client with KDE integration. qBittorrent is another, which is not aimed specifically at KDE, but uses the Qt widget toolkit so it should have a similar look and feel to KDE.7.) Transmission is very popular on Mac, and works in Linux (though it seems to be fairly basic).
If you need a simple client with not much config, Transmission is ideal. For a little more tweaking, Deluge is recommended. Else if you are feeling adventurous and diving into the console, rtorrent is magnificient.
@kbaker765 You can not choose the format you want to download a video in Stream. It downloads the format you or the tool has uploaded. You have to do the conversion on your computer with a tool to mp4!
Among its many features are a polished µTorrent-like UI, category-specific search, support for many BitTorrent extensions, a built-in torrent creation tool, IP filtering, sequential downloading, etc.
Tixati is a 100% free, lightweight torrent client for GNU/Linux and Windows. Its features include an intuitive User interface, RSS, IP filtering, event scheduling, and support for DHT, PEX, and magnet links.
FrostWire is a free, multi-platform, open-source BitTorrent client and cloud downloader for speedy torrenting. Its features include a neat UI, a built-in media player, in-app search, media preview, and a media library.
The sway bar link is a suspension component that connects the sway bar to the suspension and chassis. When sway bar links go bad or the bushings tear they can cause everything from rattles and clunks when going over bumps to excessive leaning of the vehicle during turns.
There are some vehicles that have sway bar links in both the front and rear suspension. There is one sway bar link that connects each side, so if your vehicle has two sway bars, you will have four sway bar links total. While the is some variance in sway bar link design, the steps for replacement are very similar. An important thing to remember is that if no other suspension components are removed, replacing the sway bar links will not require you to realign the vehicle.
Step 4. Secure the vehicle. Once the vehicle is raised, place a jack stand in a secure position on the suspension arm where the sway bar link is attached and lower the vehicle onto it.
Step 7: Remove the lug nuts. Two lug nuts hold the sway bar link in place. Start by removing the upper nut first. This nut holds the most weight when the sway bar is at normal rest, so it tends to be the most problematic.
If none of that bothers you then you'll be pleased to hear that the 1.3 patch fixes a number of minor issues - from a slow update problem with the server list and misreported pings to sway animation bugs and improved auto-balancing - not to mention a few exploits - like the prone/jump bunny-hopping technique and the way prone players can see round corners when before they're visible to their enemies. Activision also asks that any new bugs your encounter or any feedback on balance or gameplay be sent to codbugs@activision. They'll take note through that address, although they won't actually answer you.
What a stunningly hospitable bunch Activision are these days, eh? Anyway - you can download the 1.3 beta patch, which weighs in at a pretty minor 3.8MB, from all the usual suspects including torrent-equipped favourites 3D Gamers. 2b1af7f3a8