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A couple of days I downloaden 'Kubuntu' and 'ubuntu' with the same torrent client. I only 
downloaded the neccessary amount (size) of packets as mentioned on the website (+/-740mb I think).

I don't know if this is usable information, but I have this problem only with libreoffice-torrents.

Kind regards,

webmaster-Kracked_P_P <> schreef:

On 08/25/2012 06:42 PM, Joren DC wrote:

I just downloaded LO 3.6.1 RC2 via torrent (torrent client = Transmission (Mac OSX 10.8.1)). On the 
download page the file is only 168MB big (=good estimation; file is actually 175,8 MB. But when I 
actually download the whole file, I just downloaded up to 519,7 MB. This is not a 'statistic' bug 
in Transmission. My Mac's build in activity monitor has registered the same amount of bandwidth... 
That's 3x the actual file size?! 

This also occurred with previous versions I download with Transmission/torrent. 

Kind regards, 

Had a torrent do that before, but not one from LO.  I was told there were a lot of "errors" in the 
packets of the torrent and the constant re-downloading of the packets to get ones that are 
error-free added to my file size the system stated I downloaded was almost 90% more than the actual 
file I ended up with.

I wonder if you had a bad "torrent connection" so the system kept asking for data packets over 

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