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u2load
2008-08-21, 01:19 AM
What is the problem for this one?

U2 1987-12-18 Arizona (KUPD Radio) Interview + music (SHN)
http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=52635

It is on Inactive Audio Torrents, and I am still seeding it,
But My uTorrent 1.7.7 says under tracker status ' tracker sending invalid data: <null>'

And shows 0 seeds & 0 Leeches :(:(

Five
2008-08-24, 11:47 PM
it is inactive... if you want to seed it again you have to copy the information over to a new thread and add the same link you posted above in the 'this is a reseed' section. its a small hassle but you will also get a lot more interest if you re-launch it than if you've got a window open on a torrent listed on page 40.

if you do seed it again, you HAVE to include st5 checksums... they still aren't there, the OP never responded :disbelief:

u2load
2008-08-25, 10:25 AM
it is inactive... if you want to seed it again you have to copy the information over to a new thread and add the same link you posted above in the 'this is a reseed' section. its a small hassle but you will also get a lot more interest if you re-launch it than if you've got a window open on a torrent listed on page 40.

if you do seed it again, you HAVE to include st5 checksums... they still aren't there, the OP never responded :disbelief:

I don't know about that st5 thing,
The original uploader has a fingerprint file at the end of the description.

Karst
2008-08-26, 06:18 PM
http://www.kfs.oeaw.ac.at/stx/manual/3.8/html/userguide/1632.htm

Five
2008-08-27, 04:01 AM
ummm... no, that's not the one I'm talking about

st5 checksums are audio-specific. they are similar to md5 (the kind that is there) except they calculate their hash from the audio content only. since shn is disappearing, being converted to flac, we need a checksum that can verify correct lossless transcoding. the hash that st5 checks will match ffp or st5 from a flac, ape or even wav set exactly. with md5 you would have to re-encode it back to shn with all of the correct compression and seek settings and also the correct version of the codec and after 10 tries you might know if a set is identical or not.

anyhow, the way to generate st5 is written here:
http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=17951

its a requirement at TTD