is there any recomended settings?
is dropping ok to use.?..
steven, 3 questions:
1. why don't you work together with the guys who try to port apexdc to linux?
joined forces could speed up things, no? uhm...
2. why do right-click commands not work?
I enabled the "accept commands" option and I also get a message...
freshstuff - http://lawmaker.no-ip.org/forum/forum.php?id=11 - sends me like 175 right-click commands when I connect to our hub, but then, when I right-click on the user "fresh" (the bot) no menu appears...on windows dc++ this works just fine!
3. will the remaining right-click menus ever be implemented?
(dc++ on windows has way more options when you right-click on something)
Last edited by stokedfish; January 17th, 2007 at 11:04 PM.
tons of hubs use bots with right-click commands out there and you don't want to support them?
so linuxdc++ will just be another poor and incomplete dc client for linux.
I thought we had enough of them already, no need for one more - guess I'll pass then...
Last edited by stokedfish; January 19th, 2007 at 12:50 PM.
A word of support, Stephen. Your port of DC++ is the best I've found fpr *nix (stokedfish, if you know of something better, I'm all ears).
Yes, it remains a work in progress, in particular I can't connect to older-cored clients in the 0.698 cored versions (a DC++ core bug/feature, I suspect), however, keep up the good work, fellas!
Yeah, sorry. Yesterday definitely wasn't my day...didn't mean! :\
sorry if this question is duplicated - have no time to read all pages;
Can I create .deb package somehow? Something like checkinstall with make?