slightly off: bittorrent client

Julian Fondren ayrnieu@REDACTED
Sun Jun 11 13:08:23 CEST 2006

You can find docs on , as on-line HTML, as an HTML
tarball, and as a manpage tarball.  I normally untar HTML and man pages
under /usr/local/lib/erlang , where Erlang installs, and then edit MANPATH
and add bookmarks as appropriate.

I haven't looked very hard, but it doesn't seem that an Erlang bittorrent
/client/ exists.  You might find it instructive to write one.

Anyway, you suggest that you do in fact have an Erlang bittorrent client and
just don't know how to set it up.  Well, ask questions.  "I don't know how to
set it up" only forces us to try and drag the question you should have asked
out of you.

On 6/10/06, Gergely Kontra <kgergely@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi!
> A week ago I was told about erlang, and I was impressed the speed of
> the code, and finding another ML.
> But for now, I just want to replace my CPU eater bittorrent client to
> replace with an erlang one (I've found a message about that on this
> ML's archive), but I couldn't find any guide how to set it up.
> I have installed erlang and yaws from package under debian, and don't
> know where to hunt for docs.
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