How to download torrent files from command line(Linux Terminal)

On October 17, 2009, in command line, Download, rtorrent, by Dipin Krishna

This can be achieved by using the ultra-lightweight text-based BitTorrent client “rTorrent”.If you are using Ubuntu, you can install rTorrent via Synaptic Package Manager, or with this command: $ sudo apt-get install rtorrent You can also get rTorrent HERE. Now, we will start using rTorrent. But first, download a ‘.torrent’ file. You can download it […]

 

FTP In Linux Via Command-Line

On September 19, 2009, in command line, ftp, by Dipin Krishna

You can connect to a FTP server from linux through command line with ease.Just open a terminal and type: ftp example.com now you will be asked for name and password if present.Then, here is a list of commands to useCommands may be abbreviated. Commands are: ! debug mdir qc send$ dir mget sendport siteaccount disconnect […]

 

Find details about your ISO images from the Linux command line

On September 8, 2009, in command line, details, iso file, isoinfo, by Dipin Krishna

If you want to find the details of an iso image before burning or using it, you can get that by just typing this at terminal: isoinfo -d -i filename.iso You’ll be show the details of the iso file, such as volume size, whether the image file is a bootable one, and many other valuable […]

 

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