Torrent Lens – Convenient search for torrents in Ubuntu
The main menu of Ubuntu, the so-called DASH, appeared relatively recently, together with the introduction of the UNITY shell. The main task is to launch installed programs, as well as providing convenient access to all user files. However, on this feature, DASH is far from being exhausted. Today we will tell, how to search and download torrents with it.
By default, the main menu has several tabs, switching between which is performed using the buttons at the bottom of the window. On the first tab, quick access elements are displayed, the second is responsible for searching for applications, then search for disk of documents and music files. With just a few commands in the terminal, we can add another button to this series, which will open the torrent search tab.
In response to the search query instantly, several of the most popular results are displayed, and the type of file, size and quantity of the sides are immediately indicated. If this is not enough for you, then click the link View more results. In order not to get confused in search results, there is a convenient filter system with which you can sort files by type and size. Click on any element will automatically open it in your regular torrent rocking.
For additions of this function in Ubuntu 11.10 Sequentially follow the following commands in the terminal:
- sudo add-apt-repository PPA: Scopes-Packagers / PPA
- Sudo Apt-Get Update && Sudo Apt-Get Install Unity-Scope-Piratebay Python-Lxml
Function Torrent Lens – this is one of those capabilities about which you can safely say: "But this thing in Ubuntu is much cooler than in Windows!"And the deeper you dig in Linux, those such chips are found more and more.
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