gcc wrote:if you're familiar with it, azureus is available, but if you have no preference, ktorrent is pretty simple and a solid client, and its pretty conformant to boot. just my two bits.
That doesn't matter. KDE programs work under GNOME and vice versa. I personally use Azureus, it has all the nifty features I want (like traffic encryption and such stuff ...)Capricornxs wrote:can ktorrent work with gnome? it's for KDE right?
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