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Thread: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

  1. #11
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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Quote Originally Posted by nickblame View Post
    can I join more than one hubs? I though using different config files for each hub but no option is available in microdc2 --help
    The syntax to load another config file is:
    Code:
    microdc2 --config=configfileyouwanttoload
    Have a look at man microdc

    Best regards

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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Thank you very much for that easy-to-use installation guide.
    Worked for me !

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    Smile Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Hello guys!

    This is the most helpful and very very simpel tutorial to understand, and I relly thankey for that I did everything in 10 minutes.... it is awesome and I am happy for that. Anyway I have to test how to load a second config so the client can connect in more hubs and another thing I couldnt do is to run the client out of my ssh screen, that daemon thing I dont know. I really need this because If I have to download all night, my PC will stay on too... Can you please just do another simple tut like that just to explain how to run microdc2 in another screen or like daemon I dont know because I have never done that. I have a dedicated server and I can access only with ssh and webim.

    Thankey!

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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Hi, I am new to microdc2 ... I could install the microdc2 client on my linux machine. But when I try to connect to a hub for example, it says

    microdc2> connect 204.16.252.108
    Connecting to hub on 204.16.252.108:411

    and when I check on the status, it says

    microdc2> status
    Hub state: Waiting for complete connection
    Hub users: (not logged in)
    ...............
    ...............
    Cannot connect - Connection timed out
    Shutting down hub connection.

    The thing is I am able to connect to that hub and several others using my DC++ client, but I can't seem to connect to ANY hub using microdc2. Can you please suggest what I might need to configure to get this to work ?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    How do you share 2 folders with the same name from two different harddrives? No support for virtual names?
    Please don't hurt the web, use open standards.

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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    is there some worthy alternative for microdc2 ?

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    Smile Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Hi, i had problems with installing this but got some help here.


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    Talking Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Quote Originally Posted by Hund View Post
    How do you share 2 folders with the same name from two different harddrives? No support for virtual names?
    maybe, "ln" is designed for "virtual names"?

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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    The developer's site seems to have vanished. Any idea where I can get it now?

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    Re: Howto: Install and use microdc2, the command line dc++ client

    Whenever I try to make this, I get the following errors before it quits:

    Code:
    collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
    make[2]: *** [microdc2] Error 1
    make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/microdc2/microdc2-0.15.6/src'
    make[1]: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/microdc2/microdc2-0.15.6/src'
    make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
    
    ****  Installation failed.  Aborting package creation.
    Any ideas? This is on the most recent stable release of Ubuntu Server.

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