On downloading files with "rtorrent", I suppose pressing ^d ([Ctrl]+d) to stop download. What command shall I run to resume download on next boot of the PC?
You can resume by simply running rtorrent with the same arguments you used when starting the download. It should pick up right where it left off. Otherwise, use a session directory for better performance:
rtorrent -s session_directory file.torrent
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Tks for your advice.
I have been searching around and read "man rtorren". I can't resolve the function of;
up | down | left | right arrow keys
a | s | d
Increase the upload throttle by 1/5/50 KB.
A | S | D
Increase the download throttle by 1/5/50 KB.
z | x | c
Decrease the upload throttle by 1/5/50 KB.
Any advice? TIA