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Re: DC++ client/server support

Post by Mat3s » Thu May 29, 2014 5:22 am

+1

no DC++ support?.. r u kidding me?

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Re: DC++ client/server support

Post by pwilson » Thu May 29, 2014 10:59 am

samara8609 wrote:It would be convenient if the QNAP's could support either a DC++ client or server software. DC++ is used heavily within LAN's and being able to share the files stored on the QNAP through this would be handy


Awesome idea. :roll:

Where can a Software developer (or QNAP for that matter) access Linux Source code for DC++ as it is presently Windows-only Software?

There are already multiple Torrent clients available on QNAP devices, so I'm at a loss to understand why it needs "yet another software" package on the QNAP that is only compatible with only a single OS. Can't LAN users simply upload files to the "Public" share on the NAS, for other LAN users to download.

I'm trying to understand this request, but I'm not getting very far. Can't Windows clients on your network simply share files on the LAN via DC++ without any NAS involvement whatsoever?

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Re: DC++ client/server support

Post by schumaku » Thu May 29, 2014 6:49 pm

Mat3s wrote:no DC++ support?.. r u kidding me?
The demand for Advanced Direct Connect protocol seems to be limited according to the Forum activity here, on other NAS vendor forums, and the FlexHub (development driven by a team including FlipFlop).

Have read FlipFlop previous reply in this thread? FlexHub (P2P) for Qnap with Intel x86 processor

Finaly it's here: FlexHub for Qnap NAS systems.

This package is suitable for the following models (all containing an Intel x86 processor)...

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Re: DC++ client/server support

Post by Mat3s » Mon Jun 09, 2014 9:50 pm

Thats not so good news for me.. I got TS-412 with ARM :-(

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Re: DC++ client/server support

Post by GregoryTwin » Thu Mar 18, 2021 1:35 am

Hello,
Just like to add my 5 cents) Of course, would be great to get "official" DC++ client. However, Entware package is available for QNAP, after installing Entware you can quite easily install NCDC client from Entware repository. IMHO NCDC is the one of the best DC++/ADC client.

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Re: DC++ client/server support

Post by jaysona » Thu Mar 18, 2021 2:03 am

GregoryTwin wrote:
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Hello,
Just like to add my 5 cents) Of course, would be great to get "official" DC++ client. However, Entware package is available for QNAP, after installing Entware you can quite easily install NCDC client from Entware repository. IMHO NCDC is the one of the best DC++/ADC client.
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Re: DC++ client/server support

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