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- Multiple downloads
- IPv6 Support
- Designed to run as a daemon/No GUI: You can connect to the client via telnet and/or http (AJAX)
- Security: The client can chroot itself and drop privileges
- Bandwidth shaping (upload+download)
- Crash-Proof design: Crashes or a full filesystem will never corrupt your downloads again :-)
- Non-Threading/Non-Forking: All connections are handled in non-blocking state using epoll (or kqueue on *BSD)
Even so, Bitflu seems to be largely unknown, reportedly commanding only 0.000025% of the total BitTorrent traffic. According to one reviewer, this could be due to its non-automated, relatively elaborated install procedure, which could be putting off a "majority of users who can't do anything more complicated than a click-next-until-finish install".
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