Timothy Murphy hath declared on Tuesday the 18 day of May 2004 :-:
> On Tuesday 18 May 2004 16:29, Rick Moen wrote:
>> > > Old news, I got it on bittorrent yesterday :-)
> > Same here.
> I'm frightened BitTorrent might upset Sir Anthony.
> Can one predict how many bytes will be up/down-loaded?
With the CLI version at least there are options to limit the
the upload bandwith used (--max_upload_rate) in kb/s
So if you set it to sometime like 20, than you know that the
max you will upload is about 72M per hour...
Of course, restricting your upload rate with (probably) also reduce
your download rate... (share and share alike :)
The download ammount is going to be whatever size the thing is
that you want to download, surprisingly... :)
Unless for some strange reason a large ammount of the downloaded
blocks are "damaged", but that rarely happens, most I've seen is
two or three....
Mr. Rogers could explain shoe-tying and make it seem like the coolest
thing in the world. He was our Uncle and older brother. He told us we
were special, and we knew he'd be there for us.
A cult leader, right down to the sneakers.
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