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Last release before 4.4

If you're still on 4.2.x it's time to upgrade.
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>>81436806
>2021
>still having to go to the web site to download the exe for a minor update
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>>81436806
>Stalled
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>>81436823
>waiting for a repo to update
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>>81436832
I hate windows anon
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>>81436837
>using loonix
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>>81436806
>still no libtorrent v2 in sight
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utorrent 2.2.1 still works for me
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>>81436849
that's coming in 4.4
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>>81436849
Already happening in the 4.4 alpha you dumb nigger
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I haven't updated in years
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>>81436905
retard
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Did they finally bring back the clickable buttons in the search engine tab or do you still have to right click to get a context menu like a retard?
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>>81436806
Transmission
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>>81436806
Can someone explain what qbittorrent updates actually do? It keeps pestering me about updates but my current version works fine.
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>>81437016
>Can someone explain what qbittorrent updates actually do?
Same as your OS updates.
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>>81436972
This, transmission is all I need/ all (You) need.
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>>81436806
Post the changelog next time OP
BUGFIX: Move cursor to the end when autofilling URL/hash in "Download from URLs" dialog (Chocobo1)
BUGFIX: Sort invalid QDateTime values after valid values (Chocobo1)
BUGFIX: Fix tabChangesFocus attribute in "Edit trackers" dialog (Christoph Rackwitz)
BUGFIX: Update DynDNS register url (zhuangzi926)
BUGFIX: Handle "not enough disk space" error more graciously (glassez)
BUGFIX: Correctly draw progress background with stylesheet (jagannatharjun)
WEBUI: Fix magnet url from the search facility (Chocobo1)
WEBUI: Revise folder monitoring functions (Chocobo1)
WEBUI: Fix magnet url from the browser (brvphoenix)
WEBUI: Allow to specify file indexes in torrents/files API (glassez)
WINDOWS: NSIS: Allow more strings to translated (bovirus, Chocobo1)
WINDOWS: NSIS: Update Italian, German, Estonian, Russian, PortugueseBR translations (bovirus, Henry Water, PriitUring, Дoлмaтoв Aлeкceй, Felipe)
LINUX: Fix D-Bus Notification desktop-entry field (Chocobo1)
MACOS: Don't use executable name as CFBundleName value (Nick Korotysh)
OTHER: Lower Qt requirement to 5.11 (sledgehammer999)
OTHER: Clarify that the license is GPLv2+ (sledgehammer999)
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>>81437026
But OS updates add extra functionality. I only need qbit to do one thing and it already does that fine? Why should I update?
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>>81437115
>But OS updates add extra functionality.
So do torrent client updates.
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>>81437115
>see >>81437107
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>>81436941
Elaborate
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>>81436823
Just use choco or winget
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Thanks, updated.
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>>81437200
No
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Dude what the fuck is up with people who don't update their torrent client or anything else?

Do they even like technology? I fucking love reading the changelogs and seeing if there's anything worth updating for. I don't update every single time but when I see something I need like libtorrent v2 or fixing the search engine I do the update and I'm on 4.3.3 right now. Getting 4.4 for muh v2.
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>>81436972
what is the difference between that and qbit?
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>>81436899
>still no openssl 3
they're not even trying anymore
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>>81437418
If it ain't broke don't fix it.
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>>81437418
I have a cronjob that automatically updates everything once every couple of hours. Newer packages have security patches, bugfixes and sometimes even new features so I don't get the boomer stance on not updating your shit, sometimes for years.
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>>81437418
>Do they even like technology?
if anything, /g/ has made me despise technology
unironically: everything tracks you, everything violates your privacy, everything is planned obsolesce
i used to enjoy reading about whatever new cool shit was coming out, now i cannot be even bothered
a good example of this is 5G, the average person is probably amazed by the high speeds, to me it's a more accurate way for the government to track your location
by using triangulation due to higher density, it is now spot-on up to 2 meters
fuck this board why do i even come here
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>>81437651
>everything tracks you, everything violates your privacy, everything is planned obsolesce
this is qbit, not facebook. get a grip.
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>>81436806
what's special about this update
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>>81436972
i like being able to search for torrents with qbitt though
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Why would I need to upgrade when my client works fine
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>>81436806
Just did that today. Got the update dialog box.
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>>81437932
DONT THINK JUST CONSOOM
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https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/12846
I will not update until this gets fixed
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>>81436823
what is this guy talking about? Just update your repo
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>>81437932
>>81438040
>consoom
>an open source client
you people need therapy
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>>81436806
hello mr qbittorrent dev
can you tell me the last version of your software that runs on 64 bit vista?
thanks in advance
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>>81437798
he was talking in general
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>>81438030
no one cares
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>>81438443
he's dumb in general
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Did they finally add a search function to torrent management mode?
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>>81439984
no
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>>81436806
>remove the ubotnet today
i have been a deluge user for years already
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>>81436849
What tracker uses v2?
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>>81440908
Deluge is complete shit.
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>>81436806
Does it still not have bandwidth allocation/dynamic throttle management? I just want to be able to give certain torrents upload priority over others.
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>>81441499
>Does it still not have bandwidth allocation/dynamic throttle management? I just want to be able to give certain torrents upload priority over others.
It does
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>>81442492
Where are they hiding it in the settings? Guessing it isn't automatic torrent management or super seeding mode.
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>>81436823
show me your incemental updates in the freefag world then.
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>>81441203
Not the 2.x ones tho
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>>81436823
> not using the qbittorrent debian repo on Debian Stable with pin-priority 1200
bruh
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>>81436823
>not using scoop
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>>81442755
BiglyBT is open source and updates itself over BitTorrent just fine.
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Hold the phone. There are STILL people using (You)Torrent in 2021?
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>>81437418
I ran into that rare GPU bug on the github after updating and now I can't even run the damn thing without it freezing my toaster and from the looks of it, it still isn't fixed. This has been going on for a few years now. Only zoomers and pajeets think #alwaysupdate is good.
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>>81444272
>Only zoomers and pajeets think #alwaysupdate is good.
Always? No. When it makes sense? Yes.
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>>81437577
Good luck doing that on servers.
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>>81436806
Haven't updated since 2017, don't plan to do it now.
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>>81443586
>hold the phone
not so fast glowie
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>>81436899
Qt6 nice.

I am waiting for the stable release on pacman
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>>81436806
>REMOVE THE UBOTNET TODAY!

As if people on /g/ are using a 10 year old version of utorrent
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>>81442781
Which version are u using?
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>>81436806
im still on 4.1
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>>81446482
>>81443586
Sadly yes, there's still people using utorrent to this day and claiming using the older version before the botnet is good enough, and on the very site that shills qbittorrent to death no doubt. This also mean people are keeping that older version of utorrent available to download for more idiots to download, this shit is so surreal.
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all I care about are mutable torrents.
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>>81446998
coming
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>>81436806
>If you're still on 4.2.x it's time to upgrade.
why
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>stalled
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>>81436972
fell in love with Transmission recently. just wish the "Open Folder" function on a completed download would work for me
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>>81437418
I'm still on 4.1.5, it just werks
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If it had a daemon/thinclient mode I would switch back in a heartbeat
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>>81436806
>Torrenting
>Not botnet
Anon......you
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>>81443586
>chinese-man-laughing.jpg
Kek
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>>81442755
sudo pacman -Syu
>keep doing your thing while entire system updates in background, don't need to restart either, nor wait "while windows 10 is setting up"
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>>81436806
>If you're still on 4.2.x it's time to upgrade.
Why? Does it download torrents faster?
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>>81450383
>I'm still on 4.1.
sad
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Nice.
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>>81453243
>not wanting bugfixes
>not wanting performance fixes
>not wanting security fixes
your funeral
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>>81436806
why when transmission works great
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>>81453411
you're fine if you're open source, anon
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still using 4.1.5 :)
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>>81436806
>still no peertube support
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>>81453386
>>81446628
>>81444371
>>81437026
>>81436899
sledgehammer999 take your pills you spastic
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>>81453282
I'm still on 3.3.15
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>>81436806
About the stalled meme: if it happens can you understand if the fault is in the program or the torrent?
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>>81453542
Take your own advice schizo
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waiting for v2
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>>81437404
Then he's not a retard.
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>>81443586
R.I.P.
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Somebody explain to me why a piece of software that released 15 years ago and serves exactly one purpose still needs regular updates.
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>>81455582
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>>81455595
>unable to formulate any arguments
sad
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>>81455582
>why does software need updates
why are you even on /g/?
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>>81455642
To think about technology and not just blindly accept what incompetent devs try to shove down my throat.
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>>81455680
who says you have to accept it all? surely at least some of the updates are worth using and if you think qBit 1.0 is as good as 4.3 you're basically retarded. do you stop your Linux updates, too? Good luck with that.
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>>81455701
No, but I would expect single-purpose software to reach maturity after a few years at most and not need any updates after that.
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>>81455728
You're stupid to expect that. Every piece of software we use gets updated for way more than a few years. I bet you don't have a job and you think updates will ruin your shitty hardware that you can't replace because you have no money. All you guys are the same. It's always NEETs that have the "I hate updates" mentality.
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>>81455766
>resorts to ad-hominem
sad

btw I'm running Arch on a high-end PC and am not a NEET
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>>81455795
>btw I'm running Arch on a high-end PC
Arch? So you're all about bleeding edge updates? Why aren't you running Debian if you hate using updated software? Why are you using a high end PC when even an old Thinkpad can suffice? You don't make any fucking sense so you're probably lying.

You're definitely a neet. You're all the same. If you weren't a NEET you'd update your software to a reasonable degree because you're not worried about what updates will do to your system.
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>>81436853
This
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thanks, but the tixati life is for me
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>>81455832
>Why aren't you running Debian if you hate using updated software?
I NEED recent drivers for my 2020 graphics card.

>Why are you using a high end PC when even an old Thinkpad can suffice?
How does this have anything to do with updates?

You're a projecting retard. I never said updates are all bad. I just think if a program that does one thing still needs updates after so many years it makes me doubt the developers' competence.

>You're definitely a neet. You're all the same. If you weren't a NEET you'd update your software to a reasonable degree because you're not worried about what updates will do to your system.
This is basically the same level of "argument" as "if you weren't a schizo you wouldn't care about telemetry".

stay mad and retarded
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>>81455926
>I NEED recent drivers for my 2020 graphics card.
Sounds up to date to me. Why aren't you playing simple games that don't need updates? Like emulators?

> I never said updates are all bad
Yes you did. You said simple software doesn't need update after a few years. I bet you're using an audio player that has been updated on Arch way more than just a few years since it was created. And way more.

>I just think if a program that does one thing still needs updates after so many years it makes me doubt the developers' competence.
That's not how software works, especially when it connects to the internet, you dumb nigger.
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>>81436806
>Stalled
Why. I fucking hate this. The same torrent which works on deluge does not work on Qbittorent. What the fuck am I doing wrong?
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>>81437418
bakabt hasn't even approved the last version of qbittorent.
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>>81456148
I just force resume everything and have yet to have this issue.
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>>81456349
I try to force resume the ones which are stalled, they just stay stalled forever.
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>>81456148
>The same torrent which works on deluge does not work on Qbittorent. What the fuck am I doing wrong?
Deluge has saner default settings, while qBittorrent needs to be tweaked out of the box. I change 7 or so settings whenever I install qBittorrent on a new PC. Once I tweak it, it works perfectly fine.
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>>81456163
>bakabt hasn't even approved the last version of qbittorent.
I don't give a fuck about weeb trackers.
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>>81456714
Bakabt is just one example. Who knows what other trackers are still not approving.
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>>81457099
All of my good trackers just approve it as 4.3.x so they don't have to approve every single update.
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>>81456700
What are some examples of what you change? I have been reading suggestions from a variety of sources that advise to do things like
>disable DHT
>Disable Peer exchange
>disable Local peer discovery
And vice versa but I just have no luck.
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>>81437244
>winget to install a torrent client
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>>81437418
The premise of free shit draws in shit eating retards.
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>>81443528
anyone using scoop is running as local admin, which instantly outs them as being massively fucking retarded
I've got ur number massive fucking retard
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>>81436806
Is there a eta for 4.4?
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>>81457128
1) change port to one between 49160-65534 and forward it on your router
2) disable uTP (it's meant to slow down your download if it thinks you're using something else on your network
3) make your upload 80% of your total upload speed
4) Use about 20 connections per torrent if you use private trackers, 50-100 if you use public. Your router might choke on too many connections if you bought a shit router.
5) give yourself 4 upload slots per torrent
6) disable torrent queuing.
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>>81458498
>Is there a eta for 4.4?
nope
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>>81436806
Some niggers were were spamming this board saying qbittorrent destroys storage drives, how true was that? I use Picotorrent, i was using Transmission before and both worked fine for me.
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>>81458740
How could it destroy drives?
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>>81458740
>Some niggers were were spamming this board saying qbittorrent destroys storage drives,
No more than any torrent client.



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