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name a flaw
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Slow
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it's shit
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>>61872394
it's only 400px2
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>>61872394
python
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It's not qbittorrent
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>>61872394
doesn't have sequential download
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For me nothing, it just works. But i'm not a hardcore torrent user so my opinion shouldn't matter much.
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I love it
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>>61873742
this
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Console version is good, and it has a neat WebUI, but qBittorrent is better.
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the only useable client
>inb4 qbittorrent
can't be used remotely without using the shitty webinterface

>>61873742
>>61875620
can be added with a plugin called pieces
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It will hog your network like mexico city in the rush hour.
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>>61873496
he said "flaw"
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>cant run as a service
>its almost impossible to connect to local daemon
>cant add multiple torrents or magnets in one click
>sluggish as fuck
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>>61875708
works on my machine
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>>61875702
ye
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>>61872394
To all the people crapping on it, please recommend another open-source option that works better.
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>>61876175
See >>61873737
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Uses like 40% of my cpu idle
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it's a huge pile of shit. All of it.
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>>61872394
bad gui
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>>61872394
Uses 100% RAM and CPU
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Can't change the language.
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No proper magnet implementation.
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>>61872394
Too useful.
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>>61872394
>literally can't handle a big number of torrents
>python
>gtk
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It fucking wipes out your torrent list if it crashes just right.
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>>61872394
Shit UI
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Good if you plan to hit and run or seed A torrent for a few days

For anything else, just use qbittorrent (not that qbittorrent doesn't have a shitload of bugs, but at least you can seed 2000 torrents for over a week before it is kill)
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>>61875708
>cant run as a service
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fuck this horrible pile of garbage dump. qBittorrent be declared client of the century.

>mfw qB is as close it comes to matching the simplicity and comfyness of utorrent
>mfw qB is the undisputable king of torrent clients on linux
>mfw qB keeps it simple and gets it right
>mfw fuck deluge
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>>61877095
>>mfw qB is the undisputable king of torrent clients on linux
I think you mean windows. rtorrent is better in literally every way
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ram hungry
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what about transmission? :^(
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>>61872394
the logo sucks i could do better
>pic relate
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it used to be pretty good for a while and then something happened where it just stopped working for me. like it just wouldn't dl torrents anymore, not sure what happened. qbit was getting popular around that time, gave it a shot, i didn't like the ui that much but it worked 100% right away and i've been with it ever since, haven't had a single issue since.
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>>61877095
dasq is that you?
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>>61877095
Kek. The king of torrent clients is rtorrent.
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>>61872394
the logo is kinda gay
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>>61877793
>rtorrent
It's pronounced "retarded"
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>>61872394
It's not rtorrent
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>>61875708

lol what

almost every once of those points is something i use all the time

>systemctl start deluged
>I've been using deluge for 5+ years and never had a problem with local mode?
>i frequently shift+click .torrent files to open and it just does it.
>I have 500ish torrents and it seems perfectly responsive

I don't know how large numbers of torrents works in local mode though, I almost exclusively run it with a client/server split.
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>>61872394
did not perform file recheck after crash and started downloading all torrents from 0 % (a lot of files got overwritten with pretty much empty files, that are download-in-progress)
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>>61879813
update your shit
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>>61873737
Ok I just installed qb to control it remotely on my server.

How the fuck do you add an IP filter?

It requires a .dat everywhere else its like .zip and shit???
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>>61872394

It keeps crashing.
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>>61876629
>>61876914
Must suck having hardware from the 90's.
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>>61877119
>>61877793
rtorrent is for autistic kids that like to see the terminal light up.
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>>61872394
Can't automatically separate torrents into folders by category
Only one that was able to do it in my research is Vuze with plugins and (I believe) BitTorrent/uTorrent
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>>61880973
Unused RAM and CPU is wasted.
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>>61872394
the user
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>>61872394
Unicode Filenames
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>>61872394
looks like na'vi precum drop
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>>61872394
no path mapping in server client mode
shit scheduler
server client is literally impossible to use with 1000+ torrents
there was something else but i cant remember it now
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>>61872394
it cant into disk caching
Literally every time i have used this shitty program i have to re re re re check the download and it still misses chunks despite saying its complete

Tixati may be some brony shit but it actually works 100% of the time unlike this garbage
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>>61872394
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/deluge-torrent/deluge/develop/LICENSE
GPL.

I'm sick and tired of people using this Stallman-cock-sucking retarded cucked license. Pick a real license that real people use and just get over your communist fandom. BSD/MIT or GTFO.
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>>61873737
My niqqa
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>>61872394
>name a flaw
OP's EYELIDS
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>>61872394
it is not r/rutorrent
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>>61875708
>cant run as a service
>its almost impossible to connect to local daemon
Anon...




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