Posted by Ahmed Kamal // September 12th, 2011 // Uncategorized
I’ve found another solution that I’ve been using for about a year and a half. It’s called turrentflux-b4rt. http://bit.ly/qHISWT And also someone is currently working on a new release called Torrentflux-NG. http://bit.ly/mTJbHu I use the b4rt release and has worked perfectly.
Nice! Would be cool if you wanted to hack the provided ensemble formula to make it use that one instead
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This is why I love Open-source community, cause the community believes in sharing rather than credit seeking and making money out of every single program they code.
I’m the author of rtGui, and it’s great to see someone making use of my code.
Nice article – I’ve not given cloud based stuff much though before but now I’m tempted to investigate further.
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I suggest admin can set up a forum, so that we can talk and communicate.
You can communicate over comments on every articles if you wish. If you’d like to talk to me directly, please do shoot me an email on kim0 AT ubuntu.com or ping me (kim0) on irc freenode
Glad you found this article interesting and thanks for the great piece of software that’s rtGui. If you’re interested in improving this cloud appliance, please do ping me (kim0) on IRC freenode. I’m definitely interested in helping things move forward.
You can find the scripts used here: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~kim0/+junk/rtgui/files/head:/
it should be pretty simple for you to hack on, since it’s basically a bash script. However if you have any questions, please do ping me or drop by at #ubuntu-ensemble. And we can definitely help
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