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utorrent client for the linux kernel

I have been trying to find a quick and feasible way to access the torrent servers. Using bittorrent/utorrent from Wine is too buggy and does not suit my purpose. I've setup the utorrent client for the linux kernel via the terminal. Does anyone know how to make a single filed program by execution of which the code written in the terminal box bubbled in blue can be executed so that the HTML based port 8080 gets activated? In other words, i just want to save the time writing that code in the terminal every time i boot my Ubuntu. Just an app that i double click and that code gets feeded up into the system in the background. ..

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I think you can put that command into a text file and save it as s .sh file.
Then you can either open a terminal and use $bash file.sh or (maybe) just open the file.

I'll open a VM and check this out for you. ..
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If you right click on the sh file and go to the Permissions tab, you can check the box that says Allow executing file as a program. Click close and then you can double click on the file and it should run. ..

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if u use ubuntu linux then try apt-get install qbitorrent. ..
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