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accepted Is it possible to download corrupted torrent files, even with a download client builtin checksum verification?
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comment Is it possible to download corrupted torrent files, even with a download client builtin checksum verification?
You sir, hit the nail on the head. Re-checking did the work, it downloaded again a lot of parts. I don't know if your theory about the RAM is correct, but at least solved my problem. It's not the best thing to do (re-check every download since it takes a long time) but at least fixes the problems. Thanks!
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comment Is it possible to download corrupted torrent files, even with a download client builtin checksum verification?
Actually, the option is "Verify Local Data".
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comment Is it possible to download corrupted torrent files, even with a download client builtin checksum verification?
This is an interesting theory. The re-check option exists on transmission. I'll need to redownload the torrent files though and test again. Thanks!
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comment How to start gVim maximized?
@AndresRiofrio For these situations (multiple desktop environments in Linux), I am seriously thinking about using devilspie. It's a third-party solution, I know, but it may work. I've used it in some other applications I wanted to be open maximized.
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comment Transfer exif gps info from one image to another
@grawity and @haimg: exiftool −overwrite_original_in_place -r -tagsFromFile SOURCE.JPG -gps:all . - the -r option recurses into the directory (.), and the -gps:all, well... it's just what I was looking for. I beat you, grawity! :) I think you can edit this post and add this snippet, but remember to warn people to read exiftool --help to understand the other options I gave... thank you all!
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comment Transfer exif gps info from one image to another
@grawity: Does ${@:2} mean multiple arguments? If so, you solved my problem with SIX LINES!!