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Old 2012-05-19, 00:31   Link #521
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PD is kind of crappy in how much it biases towards faster connections that way. It will happily download and upload tons of unity files, but it won't let you download what you actually want if your connection is too slow.
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Old 2012-05-19, 09:08   Link #522
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Well that sucks, I'm uploading around 200kb/s and I'm guessing that's not enough still =\
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Old 2012-05-19, 21:23   Link #523
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200 kilobytes/s? That should be plenty fast enough, because my connection is a lot slower and PD is still useable, though generally slow.

It may just be that the file you want isn't very widespread, or that there isn't a complete copy left anymore.
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Old 2012-05-20, 19:42   Link #524
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It goes at 150~200KB/s some times, not all the time though

Though, I heard non-anime stuff is usually slower, so maybe that's why (still seiyuu related though)
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Old 2012-08-04, 06:13   Link #525
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I find interesting russian hash collection http://perfectdark.org
I think it`s good to share films, music and soft (not only anime) ^_^
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Old 2012-08-05, 01:27   Link #526
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Well that sucks, I'm uploading around 200kb/s and I'm guessing that's not enough still =\
It doesn't help the PD userbase is much smaller than the one of winny or share. This program kinda flopped and really has nothing of more value than the other 2 for the Japanese.
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Old 2012-09-04, 15:09   Link #527
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What are the Japanese using nowadays I cant find anything on pd.
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Old 2012-09-04, 18:18   Link #528
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Are you using Japanese kanji for most of your searches?
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Old 2012-09-05, 10:21   Link #529
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^Yes.

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Old 2013-01-22, 05:37   Link #530
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any fix for the japanese coming up as block on mac and wine?
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Old 2013-01-22, 05:42   Link #531
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I like this it is cool. Works good for me.
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Old 2013-01-24, 00:25   Link #532
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any fix for the japanese coming up as block on mac and wine?
Execute the following:
Code:
$ cd /var/lib/locales/supported.d/ 
# touch ja
Now open up the file in a text editor and make certain it contains the following lines.
/var/lib/locales/supported.d/ja
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ja_JP.UTF-8 UTF-8
ja_JP SJIS
ja_JP.EUC-JP EUC-JP
If the lines are there and everything is saved, run:
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# dpkg-reconfigure locales
Then run Wine
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LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 && wine perfect\ dark.exe
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Old 2013-01-24, 06:16   Link #533
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dpkg-reconfigure and /var/lib/locales, on a Mac? Really now, Starks. read > comprehend > post
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Old 2013-01-25, 23:42   Link #534
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He said Wine. I gave the directions.

Unless he runs Darwine or WineBottler, I have no idea what "mac and wine" means.
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Old 2013-03-25, 19:42   Link #535
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The patch to run Share on Windows 8 also lets you run it on Wine.

I was honestly sick of running it in a VM or booting into Windows.
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Old 2013-12-23, 20:19   Link #536
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How do you get more search results? There should clearly be issue 34 here, I doubt they just skipped scanning that issue, but it doesn't appear here. And no it's not capped out at 1000 results either, there is only 148 right now.

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Old 2013-12-27, 00:24   Link #537
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The patch to run Share on Windows 8 also lets you run it on Wine.

I was honestly sick of running it in a VM or booting into Windows.
You run it on VM? Which software? I used VirtualBox but never got it to work. I'm not too sure about the configurations for the vbox port forwarding. Note that I can only use NAT and not bridged (if it's bridged I won't have an issue but unfortunately I only have 1 IP at home).
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Old 2014-08-27, 04:27   Link #538
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someone can please help me with this program? I apreciate

I can't put it to go online... I'm using windows8.1
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Old 2015-04-08, 09:45   Link #539
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It seems that on the PD homepage itself, there's absolutely no mention of what security features or what changelogs the latest patch brings whatsoever...

EDIT: Found some brief changelogs in the @wiki. Only up to 1.08 tho.... (1.22 is the current)


One wonders how secure PD is when you have groups like this crawling for uploader IPs by passing off as nodes

http://web.archive.org/web/201208192.../pd_chosa.html
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Old 2015-04-11, 12:15   Link #540
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Torコネクション
Tor(正確にはonion routing)のアルゴリズムを利用した、perfect darkネットワーク内のコネクションを、Torコネクションと呼ぶ。
一般的なTorとの互換性はない。あくまでも、perfect dark内に実装した、コネクションの一種である。

まず最初に、perfect darkの各々のノードは、Torコネクション用に公開鍵暗号の秘密鍵/公開鍵を持っている。
秘密鍵/公開鍵は、一定時間が経過(1-2時間)、またはIPアドレスが変更された際に、自動的に新しい鍵に更新される。
perfect darkの各ノードは、接続のため、他のノードの情報(IPアドレスと公開鍵)を一定数(今の実装だと約4 000ノード分)保持している。
Torコネクションでは、IPアドレスと公開鍵(以下、ディレクトリリストと呼ぶ)を使用して、他のノード と接続する。
Thoughts?

For those who can't read it,

Basically, PD utilizes onion routing like tor, but is not compatible with the main global tor network

The public pass code's secret and public keys are handled by onion routing.

After a period of 1-2 hrs or a change in IP, a new set of keys is issued automatically

To maintain connection, the IP and public keys of other nodes (up to 4000) are retained by each node. Node to node connection is done by onion routing.



Not sure how the latest patch functions


The question is, are these IPs the real IPs of each user? The whole point of onion routing is to mask your IP on top of encrypting your traffic no? And masking of IP should be a basic requirement in such instances. So how much threat to those copyright enforcement web crawlers pose? They can see all who pass through them but will they see the one sending the download request? And storing 4000 IPs...if they are real on one's PC is kind of...not secure.... But it isn't the point of PD to not retain any such info in the first place?

Also....they really should join it to the global Tor IMO... It may slow DL speeds but it's a worthy trade off for anonymity
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