Problem with downloading the .iso as a torrent

I’m trying to download the .iso image through Vuze and it is not connecting and downloading, any suggestions?

Try down them all through firefox.

Ok I’ll do that I was going through chrome.

If CLI doesn’t scare you, aria2c works fine for BT. And you need port 6881 open and if necessary forwarded to by your browser for BT.

Firefox cannot connect to it either, reroutes to vuze can I disable this?

i don’t know, i’ve never seen that happen, is this under windows or linux.

Windows, it came with the laptop, and I guess I selected to open with Vuze, but I’ve downloaded the .iso and I was told through another thread to use a torrent to corrrect this how could I do that.

Lets assume Firefox works for normal browsing

But how is Firefox doing this: reroutes to vuze?
You don’t download the torrent the .iso!

Did you configure Vuze?
A Quick Bittorrent Guide (with screenshots) - openSUSE Forums

This is a direct link to the 2 main .iso’s

http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.2/iso/openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586.iso

and 64 bit
http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.2/iso/openSUSE-11.2-DVD-x86_64.iso

Well I have the .iso’s from the hard link but the md5sum says they’re no good but I’m under the impression that a bit torrent can go and correct them bit by bit how can I do that.

For firefox you use the actual .iso not the torrent, i should have mentioned that.

It may be beyond you to do this.

Start the SAME file as a torrent, then stop it.
Bring in the fully downloded .iso to replace the incomplete temp .iso in vuze
then force a re-check

igriego wrote:
> Well I have the .iso’s from the hard link but the md5sum says they’re no
> good but I’m under the impression that a bit torrent can go and correct
> them bit by bit how can I do that.

i believe this reference has the answers you seek:
http://en.opensuse.org/Download_Help


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