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Torrent client for Ubuntu similar to uTorrent

What is a good bittorent client for Linux?

So far I used uTorrent on Windows, but recently I moved to Fedora and I saw that uTorrent doesn't support Linux.

BTW: If there's any way to run uTorrent on Linux without Wine it would be awesome :)


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marked as duplicate by Sathya, Troggy Sep 25 '10 at 10:01

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Related… – Sathya Sep 25 '10 at 0:30
If there is some way this question is different from the linked duplicate, please flag and let us know. Otherwise, this is closed as a duplicate question. – Troggy Sep 25 '10 at 10:04

Transmission. Very nice interface, cross platform. And it's free and open-source.

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I find transmission to be a good torrent client. Simple but effective.

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uTorrent works quite perfectly in combination with WINE (Transparant Windows environment on Linux). Furthermore, if you must use uTorrent, a Linux version is announced here:

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Comparison of BitTorrent clients

This is a question for google, not for superuser.

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-1 because of Google. This question IS for SuperUser, as agreed here – AndrejaKo Sep 25 '10 at 9:06

Give Deluge a try. IMO its the closest to uTorrent for Windows.

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