I also use Acquisition. It's not free, but it does its job very well.Sweetfeld28 said:Acquisition now has support for downloading Bit-Torrent files. I have used it a couple of times and it has worked flawlessly.
It is just an all round good P2P program, and that is why i bought it.
milkdev said:I also use Acquisition. It's not free, but it does its job very well.
You might want to try reinstalling it, or ensuring you have the latest version. As I said, I'm running it on my 1.25 GHz G4 iMac with 1 GB of RAM and have never had any issues whatsoever with it.Melkor said:I use Azerus but I don't really like it tbh. It crashes practicly every time I quit it.
You mean Transmission, right? Transmit is an FTP clientMitthrawnuruodo said:...Thanks! Transmit rules...
I was planning to switch to utorrent from Azereus, but I don't download torrents on my desktop anymore, as I made the much more important switch to Mac.janey said:On Windows, use uTorrent. Can't be beat, smaller and better than Azureus
I think you can turn off file allocation in Azureus if you really need the 7-8gb before the torrent finishes downloading. Beware though, once I was downloading more stuff than I had space for, and things started to go wacky until I got enough free space on the drive.FireArse said:The only delay I have is when it deletes the 7-8GB of filespace if i decide to scrap the download. Other than that, it runs very very well. I agree with what so many ppl say on these forums - run over a GB of RAM on Tiger.