Steps to Install qBittorrent on Ubuntu Using PPA


Steps to Install qBittorrent on Ubuntu Using PPA
qBittorrent software is used to download torrent files. Torrent file itself is a file used to store metadata that is used for BitTorrent.

In contrast to conventional Internet downloads, where a file is transferred from one computer (usually a server) to another computer (client computer). In the conventional internet download, data is stored in a central computer and retrieved on demand client. While in the torrent, various pieces of data stored in many different computers. Each of the computers communicates with each other to exchange data chunks.

With the rapid development of the torrent file, there are so many BitTorrent client softwares to download torrent files. This software is running on Windows and Linux platforms. One of the newest BitTorrent software is qBitTorrent.


qBittorrent runs on many platforms (Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, FreeBSD, etc). The features of qBittorrent V.2 are:
1. Has a user interface similar to ╬╝Torrent
2. Well integrated with search engines.
3. Simultaneous search on the most popular BitTorrent search sites, and many more.

qBittorrent v2.8.1 to v2.8.2 changelog:
Bugfix: Fix tracker exchange advanced settings
Bugfix: Fix Proxy authentication settings
Bugfix: Fix possible filters status widget height problem
FEATURE: Show tracker tier (order) in tracker list

Bellows are steps to install qBittorrent 2.8.2 on Ubuntu
Open a terminal and run the following commands:
sudo add- apt - repository ppa: hydr0g3n/ppa
sudo apt- get update
sudo apt- get install qbittorrent
Once, installed on your Ubuntu, please try to download torrent files of your choice.

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