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    About rtorrent


    Hi folks,


    OpenBSD 4.0

    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?

    TIA


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    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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    Hi Scorpions4ever,


    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

    ^P
    ^N
    ^B
    ^F
    ^f
    etc.

    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


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