Re: A way to automatically share latest Debian CD/DVD images via torrent
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Nicolas BERCHER wrote:
> I'm looking for a way to automatically share the latest Debian CD/DVD
> images via torrent.
> Before thinking about how to implement it myself, I'd like to know if
> anyone has developped something like this yet.
> In France where I live, a new stupid law (HADOPI) about the control of
> file transfers over Internet is about to be validated.
> There are two goals behind my question:
> (1) share Debian ISOs (easy for me because my computer is a 24/7 server)
> (2) share my upload bandwidth with Debian users & hope to get a huge
> traffic (relative to my ADSL connexion as well !).
> I want to show that "yes, we can" exchange a lot and do this in a pure
> legal way.
> Thanks in advance for suggestions.
I'm in the UK, but I have a server in Atlanta, GA, USA with approx.
270GB of bandwidth per month. I'm not sure what the upload speed is, but
the download speed (when downloading from Cachefly) is about 11.15M/s.
That's with wget, and it doesn't say whether it's MB (Megabytes/sec) or
Mb (Megabits/sec). As I say, I'd been interested in doing it, but may
have to limit it to using only 200GB of my bandwidth per month or something.
Harry Rickards (a.k.a l33tmyst)
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