On 03/01/2011 10:45 AM, Jeff Chimene wrote:
On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 4:35 AM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions<
On 02/28/2011 10:09 PM, Jeff Chimene wrote:
On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 8:02 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions<
On 02/28/2011 08:25 PM, Rob Cummings wrote:
7 to 10 hours to upload the file at max upload speeds is not my idea
P2P files, but could work one-to-one maybe.
True. The initial seed (n = 1) will be slow. When n> 1, there will be a
shorter duration. We want to ensure that n> 0. I expect that TDF will
in that regard.
I still do not know "what" you are saying. I do not know about .torrent
Holycrap. I had a whole reply that had links to wikimedia about this, but I
cannot find it now. Of course you don't know all this stuff. I'll try to
figure out what happened to that post. Damn. It took quite some time to
If you wish, you can send the info to me of the list at
"email@example.com". I do not remember seeing the wiki links
either. I do not want to host the ISO file here [if I can use .torrent
with my system and/or hosting account], plus how long would it take for
someone to download a 4+GB file through .torrent?
Personally the big problem is the limited upload speed from my computers
because of the 120 KB/s for Time Warner Road Runner Cable Modem
broadband Internet access. It is great downloads but the slow upload
speed and the file size limit [not stated as far as I can find] of under
1 GB uploaded and/or stored on my hosting account with GoDaddy.com.
They want me to not have a repository type of account. So not ISO
files, but I can have the same folders/files as a web site. So at least
people can test drive the demo version of the DVD. Now I need a way to
get the ISO file, when it is ready to comes out, to a hosting account so
people can download it at their leisure and others to take the ISO file
and make DVDs to be mailed to those who either cannot download the ISO
file or their their access speed is to slow for a 4+ gig file size.
If it comes down to it, I may have to take the folders and archive each
and then have them listed on a web page with instructions on where those
folders go in the DVD file/folder structure. Then the person will need
to download all the archives, unarchive them. Build the DVD and "burn"
it into an ISO. Then that person with their FTP access can upload it to
their system so we all have access to it. Of course, it may be easier
for me to have temporary FTP account access to upload the DVD myself, or
snail mail the DVD to the proper access person. It would be a long
snail mail trip to go from New York State in the USA to Germany, or any
city in Europe.
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