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Which Private Tracker should I use?(Torrent)?

Which Private Tracker should I use?(Torrent)? Topic: Case sites legal
July 17, 2019 / By Chantelle
Question: Hi, I'm looking for some popular private tracker torrents site with ALOT of torrents and ALOTS of good/interesting comments on each torrent. And that doesn't ban us if we re-download a file or ban us for leaving DHT as it is(Torrentleech...) Anyone know some(else than Demonoid and torrenleech)? Thanks in advance! ps: It's for legal purpose =) legal purpose....I mean p2p is legal =)
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Anstey Anstey | 6 days ago
I dont know what legal purposes you intend to use on these site's. I know a way to get around that "banned in us" error message your receiving. If you download an "IP Address Hider" or relocator. If you can trick the torrent site into believeing your not from the US, by changing your IP Address through this software. The RIAA Case versus Jaimme whatever her last name was.... was very unfair. Her defense could of came up with so many other ways to get her out of trouble. The above way is legal.
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Anstey Originally Answered: Servo or stepper for solar tracker?
The design you show uses azimuth elevation mount as far as I can see. The panel rotates and tilts, like a gun on a ship. This means a keyhole is present, a zone of confusion, which would be when the sun is right overhead, which happens anywhere in the tropics. Also to move from any position of the sun to another, both motors move. A calculation may be needed to move to this given position. The first link refers about the calculation A better arrangement is the X,Y mount. Here the Y axis tilts the panels in the EW direction. It has to rotate 180 degrees from dawn to dusk depending on the horizons. The X axis tilts in the north south direction. It sets the angle of the sun each day. The second and third links show this mechanism clearly. Only the Y axis moves most of the time. The sensor can be an X pair and a Y pair (quadrant) that is able to drive an x, y movement directly. No computer, just servo can do this. Servos seem better in that there is a sensor and feedback to indicate where the panel is. Also the motor is smaller for a given torque. However small motors are fast, so huge (lossy) gearing is required. The stepper may seem simple to implement, but it needs to be driven by something that converts position to pulses, and needs a reference position (home switch) to start from in each axis. If wind or other mechanical force causes steps to be lost or added, the position is lost unless it also has feedback. The position of the sun can be calculated, which eliminates problems tracking during rain and clouds. The position is easier to translate to an X,Y mount, considering you may be using a simple microprocessor. Note there needs to be a sun rise algorithm, something that positions the panels ready for the morning sun. This is one advantage of using a microprocessor, it is much easier as this can remember where it was "yesterday" (saving power). The driving torque depends on the motor, gearbox losses and gearbox ratio. The load torque depends on the mounting arrangement of each axis, the worst case angles, the weight, wind loading etc. The motor torque and the holding torque (braking) are separate issues. A servo has the full motor power available to hold it in position, but that is not what you want to save power. The holding torque of a stepping motor is specified (no current situation), but be aware it drops with aging as the magnets weaken. Go for bigger than expected with stepper motors and avoid disappointment. The power required is about how fast the panels move. This is so slow it will mainly be to overcome losses with the likely gear ratios. The sun moves one degree east to west every 4 minutes. An error of 5 degrees in x or y represents a loss of 0.4% from the panels. Torque is in newton meters, 2.5kg has a force (weight) of up to 2.5kg * 9.81m/s/s = 25 newtons. The radius from the axis of rotation gives the torque. The 2.5kg may be distributed evenly or not, depending on the design, but could have 1 meter radius. The whole mass could even be dynamically balanced so the torque applies to acceleration only. Without balancing, the force could be of the order 25Nm or more. A 1W drive has to turn the shaft at maybe 30 degrees a minute maximum (0.0833rpm), so the torque from 1 watt would be 114Nm at such a slow speed (but consider losses in gears). The reduction for a 5000rpm small motor is very high at 60,000 to 1. The torque depends on the gear losses. It could be that 10 watts and more might be used driving the gears.This makes a stepper attractive as it is slower. If high friction gears like a worm drive is used, the holding torque is increased. The stepper motor gears can be some arbitrary ratio like 20:1 that is a trade off with losses, holding torque and driving torque, remembering steppers have maximum torque when stepping at low rpm.

Zach Zach
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Zach Originally Answered: Best.torrent manager?
Try uTorrent. It is small and light and has the important advanced features that Vuze has. It's not as flashy but it's just as good and uses sooo much less system resources. Not to mention it's the most popular bit torrent client in the world. www.uTorrent.com Here's how to make it fast: Problem: uTorrent speeds are slow. There are many factors to consider. Are there many seeders (people sharing the entire torrent)? Are there many leechers (people downloading and sharing parts of the torrent)? Are you a hit-and-run downloader? Some trackers will give preferential treatment to people who share (upload) a larger amount than what they have downloaded. Does your ISP (like Comcast) throttle bittorrent traffic? Check the Azureus Wiki listed at the very bottom of this. Are you running all torrents at the same time? You only have so much bandwidth. It's good karma to share more than you've downloaded, but if you are downloading pause all the other torrents until your current download is complete, then resume uploading the others. You can get SUBSTANTIALLY better speeds if you follow the tweaking guide(s) I will list at the end of this. If you're willing to do a few speed tests, some math, and change some settings, it will be well worth it. You'd be smart to set a system restore point prior to doing all this; Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore and create a restpore point. Or you can save a copy of your registry. Start>run>regedit, then file>export and save that file somewhere safe. If you have XP, you'll want to patch your Max Half-open connections with this file: http://torrentfreak.com/static/EvID4226P... If you have Vista, go here and download/read directions: http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/04/09... Your max half-open is currently 10 (most likely). I have mine patched to 80. Do not go over 100. You can tweak your TCP settings to make the most of your internet connection. This will speed up EVERYTHING you do online (a tiny bit), including web browsing. Download the TCP Optimizer and follow directions. You may need to do some speed tests (as listed below) before you change any settings. http://www.speedguide.net/downloads.php You'll want to pick a "listening port" to forward. Here's a list of what ports are used for different services: http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers You'll want to use a port that out of the way, unassigned, and not blocked by your ISP. I use port 50000 (fifty thousand). In uTorrent, you'll go to options>preferences>connection and put a port number in the "port used for incoming connections" spot. Do not click the "random port" button. You'll need to forward that port on your router. Here's a good guide of how to do that: http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm You'll also need to open that port on your software firewall, here's a guide for that: http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/firewalling/routerindex.htm You can use Peer Guardian 2 to filter IP addresses of people who upload junk file bits and thus increase the amount of time it takes for you to download the full file (your client program has to download the junk, then sort through it and try to again to download the real thing, and possibly again and again): http://phoenixlabs.org/pg2/ If you've chosen a port, forwarded it on your router, opened that port on your firewall, and patched your max half-open connections (tcpip.sys file), you're now ready to do a few speed tests and then follow the guides to change the uTorrent settings. Do a few speed tests and use your average results for upload/download speeds. Speedtests: http://www.speedtest.net/ My favorite guide is the one from Xtreme-source, and if you use uTorrent it's the only guide you'll need. http://www.xtreme-source.com/tutorials-software/409-utorrent-tweaking.html Don't forget to restart your torrents after you've finished downloading and share for a while. It's good to share AT LEAST as much of a torrent as you've downloaded (1to1 ratio). People sharing is what makes torrents work.
Zach Originally Answered: Best.torrent manager?
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