Best BT client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 9, 2010
I just installed ubuntu 10.10 64 Bit. I am new to linux.
I tried transmission, which comes by default, but its not that appealing as i have used utorrent a lot in windows.
What do you people suggest, utorrent in wine or some other alternative ?
My main priority is tweaking like upload speed etc.
Is it true that utorrent doesnt work to its best performance in wine ?
Any help would be appreciated.
best email client (read outlook replacement)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 7, 2005
I am looking to move entirely to linux (currently using thunderbird -Lin-/lockout, imean outlook -Win-), but first I need to be able to do something. That something is us .pst file, or something of the sort. Is there a linux mail client that can store local files for copying email to and organize however I wish? What's the best choice or is it just a matter of personal taste?
Best DLNA client?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 7, 2012
I've been trying to install XBMC with no luck, so I am looking for another DLNA client. Vlc seems to be broken for DLNA. Does anyone have a suggestion?
Tribler : the best bittorrent client for linux ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 12, 2006
BIG IMPORTANT EDIT
this is OOOOOOOLLLLLLDDD
Tribler now has changed a lot,
they have their own repos and make debs themeselves
so intead of losing your time here, read this :
Originally Posted by synctext
A message from the Tribler developers.
Tribler 3.6.0 is released now and tested to work on Ubuntu.
Download link : Source code
Ubuntu repository; add to /etc/apt/sources.list the line :
deb http://debian.tribler.org/debian testing main #or unstable
digg.com news article link
Please post a message here if you run into problems.
Dr. Ir. J.A. Pouwelse
Assistant Professor, P2P specialist
Delft University of Technology
END OF THE BIG IMPORTANT EDIT
After looking for and trying all (native+gtk) bittorrent clients I could find (and get to compile), I found tribler (http://www.tribler.org/) witch seems to do all I need from it, and , well, I like it better than the others.
It seems to do more
[SOLVED] Best email client for Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 18, 2008
Hi,not sure if it has been asked already,but can anyone recommend me a good e-mail client for ubuntu? (I'm using Windows Live Hotmail)
[SOLVED] Best email client for moderate to large email database (Evolution, thunderbird, kmail, Claws mail)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 18, 2011
Hi, I am currently using evolution under Mint (XFCE) on a dell latitude E6500 laptop. I have tried Kmail, Thunderbird and actually giving Claws Mail a test run. I have to frequently consult a local copy of past emails (my work brings me to remote area without internet). Over time the email database has grown rather big (4 Gb) and it seem to be making evolution slow to start and search through message. Is there an alternative that would be able to manage a large numbrer of mails or a way to improve the speed?
which is the best torrent client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 6, 2011
I have been using u torrent in windows and i am not able to find a similar torrent client in ubuntu 10.10, i was using transmission bittorrent client, but it is not able to look for peers and seeds as utorrent does and even the download speed is very slow when compared to utorrent.
Which is the best torrent client as powerful as utorrent?
best bittorrent client?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 30, 2009
is Utorrent available on linux? if not whats the best alternative
best Bittorrent client?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 8, 2006
i'm sure it has been asked a million times, but i cant seem to find a good btclient for me.
When I used windows I used uTorrent..which was excellent.
However, no linux uTorrent yet so...
What do you all consider to be good btclients?
- Nova Torrent,
- Old editions of Bitlord
- Azureus (unless YOU REALLY THINK THIS ONE IS AMAZING!!)
- Mainline (vanilla bittorrent client)
- Any non-linux clients
Best torrent client
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 3, 2009
Im new to linux...just installed Fedora 11 and getting used to things. I was wondering what is the best torrent client i can use? i know i can use utorrent with wine but id rather try something new..any suggestions
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