“HE WHO DIES WITH HIS ART ON THE MOST HARD DRIVES, WINS.” –Michael W. Dean
So you want to get all of the many many BipTunia albums free? In lossless 24-bit FLAC glory? AND earn your nerd merit badge, keep BipTunia drone proof and get on the Golden Floppy Disc of Redemption? (Not a real list, just really is people we like.)
You can do it one album at a time. Or you can do it all albums at once, and automatically get all future BipTunia album going forth. The first way is easy, but involves more work each time. The second way requires more work up front, but then you get all the albums with less effort per album.
The first way is just to go through all our albums and download each one with a torrent program. The list of pages with all the individual torrents is here.
The second, more automated way, is below.
It works automatically, it’s completely legal (for now), and seeding will get you on the Golden Floppy Disc of Redemption by helping make BipTunia’s media drone proof when it BECOMES illegal, which could be any day now, the way the Central Scrutinizer is stepping up its tyranny. Seed if you want, but at least have them. So if we get droned, or the site gets CISPAed, you can turn the torrents back on and start sharing.
(Yes, it says “FeensTorrents”, but it’s the BipTunia albums. Because y’all are Feens for BipTunia. You know, Fiends.)
You can just download without sharing (leech), but if you really want to help keep us drone proof, you can seed them at home. This is free, but involves keeping a computer on while you sleep. Directions below.
WHAT DO I DO WITH THIS?
You insert it into uTorrent and it will AUTOMATICALLY download all the albums , and new ones as they go up.
HOW DO I DO IT?
You copy the torrent link to your clipboard. Then open uTorrent, and over on the left, single left click on “Feeds.” Then Right Click on Feeds, and choose “Add RSS Feed.”
The feed URL should already be in there if it’s on your clipboard. If not, paste it in to the Feed URL space (after deleting the http:// that shows up automatically). Then in the same dialogue box, under “Subscriptions”, change it to “Automatically download all items published in feed”, and click the OK button.
If you’ve never downloaded our albums with uTorrent before, it will start downloading all of them. It may queue some for after the first bunch are done. If you’ve downloaded before, and have some of them, it will only download the ones you don’t have. And when we add new episodes to our Torrent RSS feed, uTorrent will automatically download the new episodes. Easy, fun and breezy!
It will look like this in the program (but the titles will be BipTunia albums):
If you plan to seed, DO NOT remove the completed torrent listings from your downloads list, or people cannot download these files from you anymore, unless you re-download all of them and then leave the torrent listings intact. I didn’t include this fact in the original post, because I thought it was obvious. But we had one fan write us who deleted them and wondered why no one was connecting to him, so I added this part.
WHAT IF I WANT TO HELP, BUT DON’T KNOW WHAT A TORRENT IS, OR HOW TO USE ONE?
Want to contribute to liberty but short on cash? You can help BipTunia without even spending a post-1964 dime.
Download uTorrent (free) and start seeding BipTunia. When you install uTorrent, chose the option NOT accept the add-ons and toolbar when it asks you. Leave your computer on seeding the torrents, while you’re at work or asleep. Make sure if you leave your computer on 24/7 that you reboot it every few days. It will run better than if you leave it on for weeks.
GETTING RID OF THE ADS ON utorrent
uTorrent adds cheesy ads. Some look confusing, like this one (if you see this one or anything like it, do NOT click on it, it won’t likely do what it says it does):
There’s an article on removing ALL the ads from uTorrent, HERE.
I do torrent seeding on two seedboxes, that I rent. I used to do it at home free using an old XP laptop on a table in the corner of the living room. I had it outside of my bedroom so the fan didn’t keep me up at night. I had the screen timeout set up to shut off after two minutes of not using the mouse, to save power. I also had it set up to NOT shut off or hibernate when the lid is shut. (Settings for all this: right click desktop, go to properties/power. Or go to Power from the Control Panel.)
Then access the options in uTorrent from Options/Preferences:
Click Install IPv6 / Teredo:
Change the rest of the settings as shown in these images:
Change the settings to what you see here:
(These directions are for the program ruTorrent, used in many Linux seedboxes. But there is an equivalent similar operation in almost all Torrent programs. In uTorrent it’s under Options/Preferences/BitTorrent.)
Click on the little gear icon at the top of the program. Then go into sittings/BitTorrent, and click the Enable DHT Network tick box, and the Peer Exchange tick bock. Hit “OK.”
I set up the scheduler to NOT upload during times I need my full pipe, like when I’m doing my shows:
Here’s a YouTube video on using the scheduler.
If you have torrent throtteling on your ISP, you can get around it by using Boleh VPN, and setting it to one of the Fully Routed servers. Using Boleh on one computer will not affect the IP and settings of other computers on the same router.
WHAT IF I HAVE A TORRENT PROGRAM OTHER THAN uTORRENT?
Here is a list of torrent programs and their features. Find yours on there and check the column called “Broadcatching (RSS).” It will say if that feature is supported for your program. If it is and you can’t figure out where to insert the RSS feed, a quick Google search of “RSS” plus “(the name of your torrent program)” will usually lead you to a page that will show you how. (Note: Transmission, the default torrent client in most GNU/Linux installations, does NOT have the RSS feature at this time. If you have Transmission and don’t want to install a different torrent program, you should be able to add the feed into the Live Bookmarks of your browser, and click on new items to manually download…When you click on an item, it will open up Transmission automatically and begin downloading.)
TROUBLESHOOTING: If the feeds don’t work for you,…. It works on Boleh seedbox and on home servers. May have been because some of our torrents have trackers and some seedboxes forbid that. Or could be because some of them do NOT have trackers, and that requires DHT, most seedboxes turn it off by default. Try the Bad Quaker ones, they do not have trackers. If that works, you have your answer. Worms.
Thank you folks, and you’re doing a very good thing by spreading BipTunia media to the world.