Changes between Version 95 and Version 96 of Faq


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02/15/2009 02:04:46 AM (13 years ago)
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    44== Is Deluge Free? Can I get the source? == 
    55 
    6 Yes, Deluge is Free Software, as defined by the Free Software Foundation, and is released under the GPL, giving our users complete freedom. The source code is available on the download section of our site. Our GPL nature allows you to be 100% sure that our program will never “spy” on your activities. Closed-source BitTorrent clients cannot make that same claim. 
     6Yes, Deluge is Free Software, as defined by the Free Software Foundation, and is released under the GPL, giving our users complete freedom. The source code is available on the download section of our site. Our GPL nature allows you to be 100% sure that our program will never “spy” on your activities. Closed-source !BitTorrent clients cannot make that same claim. 
    77 
    88== How to start the various user-interfaces  == 
     
    8585Note: if you do not know your upload speed, you can go to http://speedtest.net and divide the number it says by 8. 
    8686 
    87 * If you have Deluge setup as a [wiki:ThinClient] then this is the OS that the daemon is running on. 
     87* If you have Deluge setup as a [wiki:UserGuide/ThinClient ThinClient] then this is the OS that the daemon is running on. 
    8888 
    8989== Deluge sometimes creates files that I didn't ask it to download. Why? == 
     
    103103== Does Deluge have an embedded tracker? == 
    104104 
    105 No and it probably never will. We want to be the best BitTorrent client around, and to do that we need to focus on just being a client. 
     105No and it probably never will. We want to be the best !BitTorrent client around, and to do that we need to focus on just being a client. 
    106106 
    107107== Does Deluge support multi-tracker torrents? == 
     
    127127Click Apply after changing the port. 
    128128 
    129 Deluge will pick a random port if the chosen port is not availble.  
     129Deluge will pick a random port if the chosen port is not available.  
    130130 
    131131Run "netstat" to check if the port is free. 
    132132 
    133133== What does "Auto Managed" do? == 
    134 An "auto manged" torrent, is a torrent managed by deluge. 
     134 
     135An "auto managed" torrent, is a torrent managed by deluge. 
    135136This means that it obeys deluge's queue settings. 
    136137By disabling "auto managed", a torrent will become active (i.e. start downloading/uploading). 
     
    140141 
    141142== Does Deluge have an equivalent to "Force Start"? == 
     143 
    142144Deluge has "auto managed" torrents which are similar, see above for details. 
    143145 
     
    219221== I can't connect to the daemon from another machine == 
    220222 * Configure the daemon to allow remote connections 
    221  * Configure [wiki:Authentication] 
     223 * Configure [wiki:UserGuide/Authentication Authentication] 
    222224 * Restart the daemon. 
    223225 
    224 See [wiki:ThinClient] for more information on remote GTK UI 
     226See [wiki:UserGuide/ThinClient ThinClient] for more information on remote GTK UI 
    225227 
    226228== How do I make deluge connect to a different daemon? == 
     
    231233 1. Untick "Enable" under "Classic Mode". 
    232234 1. Restart deluge. 
    233 See [wiki:ThinClient] for more information on remote GTK UI 
     235See [wiki:UserGuide/ThinClient ThinClient] for more information on remote GTK UI 
    234236 
    235237== How do I stop deluge from killing the daemon when I quit the GTK UI? == 
     
    256258== How do I install 1.1 ? == 
    257259 
    258 InstallingDeluge 
     260['Installing'] 
    259261 
    260262== How do I install 1.1 SVN ? == 
    261  
    262263 
    263264First you need to install the necessary dependencies. In Ubuntu and Debian, do this: 
     
    290291As this is unofficial, it could at times not have the latest version and the quality cannot be guaranteed. 
    291292 
    292 == How do I set Deluge as my default BitTorrent program? == 
     293== How do I set Deluge as my default !BitTorrent program? == 
    293294 
    294295On Windows, the installer should do this automatically. On Linux/Unix (GNOME), right-click on a torrent file, click on properties, click on the "open with" tab. Is deluge listed there? If so, select it to be your default, if not, click on "add", then click on "use custom command". Insert /usr/bin/deluge and click add.