On 1 Feb 2002 at 11:00, Declan Moriarty wrote:
>> Is there a way of running a very slow download in Windoze (e.g. d/l a
> kernel tarball or an iso image with that connection at 300 baud),
> leaving him with the bandwidth for the game and keeping the line
> alive? Maybe even browsing to an animated gif or something that will
> give a tiny regular feed of info. FTP to the slowest site in the
> world; that's what I need. I remind all still reading this is under
> windoze, not a versatile os like linux.
Getright is able to set the download rate as low as bytes/s. I don't
know how much of a load it puts on the system if you are trying to
play a game at the same time, the program is about 2MB.
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