Discussion in 'Acclaim Project' started by ASSEMbler, Oct 15, 2010.
no one seeding the other discs??
Im seeding them all right now. at a massive 100kb/s
I'm seeding all 10
Number 10 has problems...
Just want to say - superb job on the seeds guys. Thanks. Especially to ElBarto and whoever's on dbnet.dk.. I'm maxing my b/w on disk 1 at 1.1MB down!
I'll make sure to seed indefinately.
Eheh, no problem mate
If you create a free account you should be able to download it all in one go
No need to burn to DVD, just mount them with a virtual drive program like Daemon Tools or PowerISO or whatever.
Sure that works too, it's just that not everyone has 45gb of free space.
Well, I didn't figure people would be nabbing every single disc, that's the reason why we're rummaging as a collective, eh?
Hi, I'm a new member... found out about this place because of the acclaim torrent.
Thank you... :shrug:
Thought I'd get involved instead of lurking and leeching!
I'm seeding disk 11 and in the process of downloading 1-4 which I will leave seeding once completed :nod:.
I'm a believer in digital conservation, can't have this stuff disappearing from existence...
I agree, Im also new and this is so true.
I just remembered I maybe have some nice promo material (dvd and magazines) to share somewhere.
Thanks, downloading and seeding!
Thanks, downloaded and seeding. Will do the same for the other disks
FYI, I'm downloading all 11 discs, but because my ISP sucks:
1) I can only have two torrents running at a time even if one is only seeding or else the connection slows to a crawl;
2) so far I haven't seeded anything. >.>
With this ISP it seems like I have to leave the torrent going for quite a while before it ever begins to seed, but it also doesn't do nicely with running so many at once. So I'm just downloading them all now with 2 running at a time (one leeching, one trying to seed the one I just got), and then I'll leave them going until they finally start seeding.
Just in case anyone noticed that it'll seed eventually, I'll make sure of it >.>
You need to get utorrent
Set it to use encyption so they cannot packet scan.
What about using usenet to distribute the files? Once you upload it anyone can usually download the files at the max speed of their connection. You'd need to create PAR2 files for data integrity to prevent corruption, but the program quickpar can do that.
I get the feeling most of the audience for these files don't use Usenet, plus these files are a considerable amount of data and your average limited plan would eat them up fast.
I myself just got hit with a 250gb cap care of AT&T 4 days ago. Now I feel like less of a man.
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