August 13, 2010 · General · Email This Post

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Torrent Search is a torrent searching application for the Gnome desktop environment. It looks for torrent files on different websites, and allows the user to filter the results, making it very easy to find the torrent you want.
The websites are integrated using plugins, allowing to add new websites or improve the existing plugins very quickly.

Currently look into the following websites

Install Torrent Search in Ubuntu

Download .deb package from here

Install .deb package by double clicking on it or by using the following command from your terminal (you need to make sure you are in correct location where your .deb file located)

sudo dpkg -i torrent-search_0.8.0_all.deb


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5 Comments to “Torrent Search – Torrent searching application for the Gnome desktop environment”

  1. Neil says:

    sudo dpkg -i torrent-search_0.8.0_all.deb
    dpkg: error processing torrent-search_0.8.0_all.deb (–install):
    cannot access archive: No such file or directory
    Errors were encountered while processing:


  2. admin says:


    You can also install this .deb package by double clicking on it


  3. promet says:

    Do the results of the search in some way, i.e. does the first listed search return, roughly, equal the most seeders, or some other result, or are the reults “random”? Do you know?


  4. ethnopunk says:

    Doesn’t appear to display the results. Is there something I’m missing? Do I have to turn off emerald and compiz?


  5. glebihan says:

    @promet : by default, the results are in the order in which they are retrieved from the server; you can change the order by clicking on the header of the columns

    @ethnopunk : shouldn’t have anything to do with emerald nor compiz. Could you post a bug report on, with if possible a console output and your system configuration ?

    PS: I’m the developer of this app


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