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Hannah's_Knight 2003-12-30 12:29

Direct Connect
 
I'm interested in this service after Forse mentioned it in the "Where did K++ go" thread.
Could anybody give me some information on it, please? ^^
I've heard you can connect to it and download things from other peopole...me be verrrry interested ^^ lol :heh:

Flash_Squirrel 2003-12-30 12:44

Its a normal P2P service, the only difference is that its divided into Hubs.

Its like putting together a normal P2P, like winmx emule kazaa etc.. with IRC, where you can join themed channels.

You should try it, be warned though that you need some "share" to join bigger channels. Try DC++ first, its a lot better than DC.

Once you get the hang of you, you will bless its usefulness. :)

ZeroKun 2003-12-30 13:00

While still in developement DC:Pro is the best client out by far. Not only does it support multible hubs, but also multible source downloading with chunks. The interface is good, just like DC++, but more customizeable like having wallpaper in the main chat and background. Get it or........DIE!

Hannah's_Knight 2003-12-30 20:47

I'm very confused...using DCpro and it's searching for Anime...but nothing at all is coming up...I'm sharing near 40GB...am I doing something wrong? :confused:

Mcgreag 2003-12-30 23:15

You need to join a hub first, the search you do is only in the hubs you are on. One hub you could try is apn-online.com (Anime Planet)

Weirdanzeige 2003-12-31 00:25

you don't so much need to join. You can just stay there and hang out and talk if you like. Just make sure you're following the rules and not sharing something you shouldn't be sharing

ZeroKun 2003-12-31 06:18

you might need to switch to passive mode if youre behind a router or on a big network.

Forse 2003-12-31 06:27

I myself use DC_qui_qt (*NIX client) and it's by far better then ANY windows client coz it can download same file from many ppl at the same time. I almost always get full speed when downloading file that is popular and many ppl have it.

I suggest joining Swedish hubs since they're REALLY fast and have up to 3000-4000 ppl ;) PM me if u want hubs address

Flash_Squirrel 2003-12-31 06:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by Forse
I myself use DC_qui_qt (*NIX client) and it's by far better then ANY windows client coz it can download same file from many ppl at the same time. I almost always get full speed when downloading file that is popular and many ppl have it.

I suggest joining Swedish hubs since they're REALLY fast and have up to 3000-4000 ppl ;) PM me if u want hubs address

If you cared about what Zerokun wrote, you would have noticed that there is a similar client that allows you to DL from different sources too.

OT. I need a hub with RAWs :innocent:

Forse 2003-12-31 06:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flash_Squirrel
If you cared about what Zerokun wrote, you would have noticed that there is a similar client that allows you to DL from different sources too.

OT. I need a hub with RAWs :innocent:

Well aren't u nice ;) Anyway I missed that...still *nix had support for it long ago, but it's nice that windows users now can enjoy same feature.

P.S. I just went to get DC:PRo to test if it worked under VMware, but their download sections is empty as decert and I couldn't find any place to download it from...nvm back to *nix client for me ;) Found it here

BME 2004-01-03 19:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by Forse
I suggest joining Swedish hubs since they're REALLY fast and have up to 3000-4000 ppl ;) PM me if u want hubs address


Yes, our hubs rock, thatīs what you get when the goverment makes it a priority of giving its citizens broadband.

But use DC++, most hubs seems to demand it, NMDC clients usually gets kicked.

Forse 2004-01-03 20:02

Linux client can fake itself to look like DC++ or whatever you want ;)

Shii 2004-01-03 20:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by BME
But use DC++, most hubs seems to demand it, NMDC clients usually gets kicked.

Who remembers when it was the other way around? Oh, I'm an oldbie ;)

I hate how the Linux client (QT) gets kicked for being "fake". Once I even got banned from a Linux hub because I was a "DC++ hack"!

ZeroKun 2004-01-03 20:54

Forse, check the news at http://btpro.altervista.org/ their new site. Ive used Qt gui under windows and it was buggy, not their fault, but it looked good.


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