+ Reply to Thread
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 31 to 38 of 38

Thread: Using GreedyTorrent Strategically & Other Things

  1. #31
    Retired Seal Freaky Fun Champion, Christmas Shooting Gallery Champion, Christmas Party Champion, Christmas Zombie Defence Champion, Cyberclasm Champion
    SealLion's Avatar
    Join Date
    03.05.08
    Location
    The Arctic--Believe it!!
    Posts
    2,081
    Activity Longevity
    0/20 19/20
    Today Posts
    0/5 sssss2081
    Having to stop RF is only an inconvenience.

    I say that even in my tutorial in the Disadvantage Section.

    Just having to stop the thing is really no big deal. It's common for people to stop and start thier client. I've seen it lot's of times in uT. I'm sure you have too.

    Thiers tonnes of reasons why this happens:

    a computer update has occured and so it was necessary to stop other software actions;

    software was downloaded and it was prudent to stop all other traffic so that other downloads take precedence;

    computer restart;
    etc..etc...

    It's no big deal. Only an inconvenience.

    Seriously....how much time does it take for you to move your mouse from one button to another and then back again after having made adjustments?...
    ...2-3 secs??
    Last edited by SealLion; 08.11.09 at 19:30.
    "God, from the mount Sinai
    whose grey top shall tremble,
    He descending, will Himself,
    in thunder, lightning, and loud trumpet’s sound,
    ordain them laws".


    John Milton (1608-1674) in Paradise Lost


    Ripley's SealLion's Believe it or Not! ~ NASCAR car crashes and Windows have just one thing in common.
    Oh, oh. Better use LINUX.
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  2. #32

    Join Date
    10.09.09
    Posts
    57
    Activity Longevity
    0/20 16/20
    Today Posts
    0/5 sssssss57
    Quote Originally Posted by SealLion
    In my personal experience, the program doesn't record your amounts correctly unless you do so.
    What SealLion means is that the changes are not well recorded?

    Maybe himself can answer this xD
    Last edited by Pingu; 08.11.09 at 19:32.
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  3. #33
    Moderator anon's Avatar
    Join Date
    01.02.08
    Posts
    35,482
    Activity Longevity
    12/20 19/20
    Today Posts
    2/5 ssss35482
    I guess he means the stats on the tracker...
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  4. #34

    Join Date
    10.09.09
    Posts
    57
    Activity Longevity
    0/20 16/20
    Today Posts
    0/5 sssssss57
    Guess i'll just try an open signup site and check the updates sent...
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  5. #35
    Retired Seal Freaky Fun Champion, Christmas Shooting Gallery Champion, Christmas Party Champion, Christmas Zombie Defence Champion, Cyberclasm Champion
    SealLion's Avatar
    Join Date
    03.05.08
    Location
    The Arctic--Believe it!!
    Posts
    2,081
    Activity Longevity
    0/20 19/20
    Today Posts
    0/5 sssss2081
    Since this discussion is here about RF now, rather than GT which is what I intended this thread-tutorial to be about (RF has it's own discussion thread and I don't like having the 2 mixed together as they are 2 completely different tools that each deserve separate discussions) , I'll answer this here, then

    When I say what you've quoted above, anon is correct: On the tracker side.

    you need to:
    stop
    Make adjustments.
    Restart

    If you don't...as I 've plainly made mention in the other post in the other thread
    which by rights should be discussed there, not here as this tutorial is about a different tool, in my own personal experience, you'll have different recordings of ratio on the tracker side.

    It's invariably impossible to have incorrect ratio recordings within the tool. Not unless there's some Houdini magic going on.
    Last edited by SealLion; 08.11.09 at 19:50.
    "God, from the mount Sinai
    whose grey top shall tremble,
    He descending, will Himself,
    in thunder, lightning, and loud trumpet’s sound,
    ordain them laws".


    John Milton (1608-1674) in Paradise Lost


    Ripley's SealLion's Believe it or Not! ~ NASCAR car crashes and Windows have just one thing in common.
    Oh, oh. Better use LINUX.
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  6. #36

    Join Date
    07.04.19
    Location
    USA
    P2P Client
    rutorrent deluge qbitorrent utorrent tried them all
    Posts
    11
    Activity Longevity
    0/20 1/20
    Today Posts
    0/5 sssssss11
    are these tools still relevant although this thread is so old? I assume the tool "ratio ghost" is the same idea as these here?

    It seems like most people have moved to more advanced methods/tools right? (im going through the list of tutorials and havent got to ratiomaster and the others yet..)
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  7. #37
    Member coolio256's Avatar
    Join Date
    21.08.08
    Location
    germany
    P2P Client
    utorrent; RM+
    Posts
    778
    Activity Longevity
    3/20 18/20
    Today Posts
    0/5 ssssss778
    Quote Originally Posted by Blankshot7655 View Post
    are these tools still relevant although this thread is so old? I assume the tool "ratio ghost" is the same idea as these here?

    It seems like most people have moved to more advanced methods/tools right? (im going through the list of tutorials and havent got to ratiomaster and the others yet..)
    The last post is 10 years old. You have to use latest releases to be safe.
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

  8. #38
    Moderator anon's Avatar
    Join Date
    01.02.08
    Posts
    35,482
    Activity Longevity
    12/20 19/20
    Today Posts
    2/5 ssss35482
    Quote Originally Posted by Blankshot7655 View Post
    are these tools still relevant although this thread is so old? I assume the tool "ratio ghost" is the same idea as these here?

    It seems like most people have moved to more advanced methods/tools right? (im going through the list of tutorials and havent got to ratiomaster and the others yet..)
    I've never used Ratio Ghost myself, but it seems to follow the same principle as GreedyTorrent, and thus share the same weakness: the inability to work on HTTPS and UDP trackers, which are enforced by most private trackers and some semi-private ones respectively.
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."
    Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
    Thanks

+ Reply to Thread
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •