On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 3:35 AM, Sebastian Günther
> * Umarzuki Mochlis (firstname.lastname@example.org) [27.01.09 04:27]:
>> I tried making boot-time script for deluge like below
>> Then I ran update-rc.d to the deluge script hat I saved in /etc/init.d
>> # update-rc.d deluge defaults
>> But when I rebooted my PC, it didn't start. Please tell me where I got it
> What exactly are you trying to achieve?
> If want to autostart deluge when you login, this is the wrong way to do
> If you are searching for system service, which runs even if you are not
> logged in: stick with bittorent, since it does not require X to run...
rtorrent is another command-line client:
I think it has more features than the bittorrent client.
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