Is it possible to move a 100% torrent with files elsewhere and seed it again somehow?

Asked by r4wMUnt34q on 2008-02-26

Hello guys,

I download torrents which will have bigger capacity in 100% than my HDD. I would like to know if it is possible to move a (100% and/or less %) torrent somewhere else (e.g. on a usb), wait till others are completed (and moved) or more space is available and than move it back and continue downloading/seeding again.

Thanks a lot...

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Ubuntu ktorrent Edit question
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Solved by:
Vojtěch Trefný
Solved:
2008-02-27
Last query:
2008-02-27
Last reply:
2008-02-27

Yes, you can.

r4wMUnt34q (r4wmunt34q) said : #2

So I stopped my 100% torrent and moved it away. My question now is, if I accidentally delete a torrent (only the torrent, not the data) from KTorrent, if I am able to continue that torrent somehow. Am I ?

Yes, just download the torrent file again, then open it in KTorrent. You will be asked where to save the downloaded file -- choose the same place where you have it saved (from previous downloading) and KTorrent will recognize taht you have allredy this file...

r4wMUnt34q (r4wmunt34q) said : #4

Thanks Vojtěch Trefný, that solved my question.

Jan Girke (jangirke) said : #5

Is there an AddOn for kTorrent that searches .torrent files for data?
Or a Hash viewer?