Open source Bittorrent clients for Linux computers and Android
Using torrents is a great choice to promote decentralized and cooperative file sharing. I will show you several Bittorrent clients that you can use on your Linux computer or your Android device.
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A clean and elegant design with all the info you need. It has a CLI version included.
Similar to Deluge (maybe with a more clunky design, but as useful as Deluge). Includes an easily accesible traffic speed chart.
A very simple Bittorrent client for those who don’t need more than the basic features. It has a CLI version (
An ad-free and open-source Bittorrent client for Android. Clean design, compatible with different screen sizes, includes a dark theme, with a lot of info about the downloading/seeding process.
In Debian/Ubuntu systems, you can use
dpkg-reconfigureto reconfigure an installed package using intuitive dialogs. I will show you how to use this command to change some system settings.
If you have a scanned PDF and you want to be able to search and copy text from it, in this tutorial I will show you how to do it.
If you want to do X11 forwarding from your container to your host, you can type these simple commands.
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A comprehensive list of Linux-related websites sorted by categories.