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    Re: Tools for tracking downloads in debian? (Score: 1)
    by Anonymous on Saturday, October 27 @ 19:22:52 BST

    Have you tried ipfm?

    Package: ipfm

    Priority: optional

    Section: net

    Installed-Size: 144

    Maintainer: Samuel Hocevar

    Architecture: i386

    Version: 0.11.4-1

    Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.3-1), libpcap0 (= 0.6.1-1)

    Filename: pool/main/i/ipfm/ipfm_0.11.4-1_i386.deb

    Size: 24894

    MD5sum: 31bedc01f36a5509fa0491295b9dc356

    Description: A bandwidth analysis tool

    IPFM counts how much data was sent and received by specified hosts through

    an Internet link.

    – Thomas Munro

    Your Name: Anonymous [ New User ]



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