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  1. Easy Rhino

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    nobody needs abits?

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  2. Solaris17

    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    i think alot of people shut down for the night.
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    I still have mine up and seeding
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  4. Solaris17

    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    REally appreciate everyone helping! :toast: Its nice to see TPU pull together. eventually im sure alot of us if not all will stop seeding. but I cant think of a better way to saturate the torrent then through you guys. Not only that but thanks to the people in this thread you are LITERALLY the base the 1sts in making ABITs stuff available for an incredibly long time for everyone.
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    I can't get the download to connect with the piratebay torrent
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    mine is almost done downloading... for w/e reason my comp has been locking up when i have utorrent and other apps using the web ... sigh.

    when the download is done i'll probably move it over to my laptop and let it seed there since my lappy uses way less power (90w max vs 450ish)
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    D/l'ing. will seed at random times as the wife dictates :laugh:
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    I don't have anything Abit, but i can spare 20GB of capacity to help seed. I love the torrent tech, just wish more people would use it for legitimate purposes.
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    Same here, nothing ABit, just want to preserve the data :)
    This is actually the first torrent I've downloaded in years. I had to install uTorrent just for it :laugh: Does feel good to see someone promoting legit uses for it.
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  10. Chevalr1c

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    Torrenting the Abit website, besides of course torrenting Linux distros, is indeed a legit torrent use. BTW, I am currently DL'ing and will seed occasionally, as long as I can spare the 20 GB of drive space.
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  11. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I may download the full 20GB and store on a spare HD for now incase it randomly gets lost.
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  12. Solaris17

    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    we need mussels in on this. he is always going on about his 6TB of external storage. and we could use a pro on a diff continent. He doesnt have an excuse not to download it.
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    Download is at 40%, seeding what I already DL'ed at ~700 Kb/s.
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    Just as a heads-up: started downloading on the server.
    Currently getting about 4MByte/s download speed, 3.5MB/s of them being from a single person on verizon :eek:

    We'll see how it goes. Current ETA is 1h 30min :toast:
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  15. Solaris17

    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    im pretty sure thats E and thanks for the ups
  16. Easy Rhino

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    lol that is me!
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    Download took about 1h 35mins or so total, mainly due to the insane upload speed of easy rhino :D

    I'm seeding this atm, but OVH seems to be filtering torrent traffic or something. I hardly get any more than 150KB/s (1.2MBit/s) upload speeds for some reason. At least on the abit torrent. Weird.

    I don't yet have anything set up again (webserver, php, ..), so it's currently just on an anonymous ftp, much like the original abit one. I've removed all the index.php's from it though, since they are a bit pointless on FTP. Also edited the readme.txt in the root a bit :p
    I don't have a domain yet (stupid domain parking robots took all the good ones), but I'm working on that. Would be epic if I could grab abit.com.tw when it expires lol

    FTP details:
    ftp://91.121.194.115 (like I said.. no domain yet)
    Anonymous login enabled, max. 15 users simultaneously, max. 2 connections per user/IP, speed is currently hard-limited to 250 KByte/s, which isn't much but already faster than the original FTP :D

    Feel free to test and report any probs. Either in this thread or via PM.

    Edit: put a 10MB test file in the root of the ftp. Gonna remove that later.
    Edit2: within 8 minutes of posting this I already had a google bot taking a look lol
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    Hmm, the uploading speed to the Hungarian peer currently connected is not that good. It is less than 60Kb/s now. Well, I guess that the peer in question needs to be patient. :D
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    my session died on me. im using rtorrent and have to reestablish it. not sure how.
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    Hmm.. in theory, my client should take some of the load, but it hasn't been seeding to anyone for a day or so, apart from the odd 30KB/s for a minute every once in a while :wtf:

    Other torrents seed perfectly fine, with speeds right up to the set global upload limit.
    Using the last build of ĀµTorrent 2.2.1 (25302). IPv6 to blame? *confused* :wtf:

    This definitely doesn't look right considering the time it has been running and the global upload limit (currently 2MByte/s)
    [​IMG]

    edit: BTW.. the google bots have ben spamming my ftp logs since I posted the link to it here, connecting, looking at a folder, disconnecting, reconnecting 3mins later to look at a different folder, rinse and repeat.. :wtf:
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  21. Solaris17

    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    thanks bambooz for the mention and thanks everyone for the DL and seed! :toast:
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    Polaris573 Senior Moderator

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    You're my new best friend for this. :toast:

    I'll leave this in my utorrent to be seeded whenever my computer is on.
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    I really should grab this too considering ALL my previous boards before this are Abit.
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    Just as a heads-up: disabled IPv6 and everything's fine now.
    It was messing up cause both the OS and ĀµTorrent support IPv6, but I don't have an external IPv6 IP, so all that traffic went nowhere.

    Currently seeding to someone in Chicago at way more pleasing speeds than 40KB/s...
    [​IMG]

    Drops down to ~3MB/s a lot but hey.. :D
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  25. Solaris17

    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    I think we need a way to spread this on XS or something. any ABIt fan pages like the old DFI street? Get this more global? Getting some other big tech sites in on it will give it a huge push I think.

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