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 Post subject: Zzap Stuff on eMule
PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2004 3:20 pm 
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As you may now, I have started putting full issue scans on eMule.

Up to now it was a little hard to get them since I had a lot of other shared files available, but now I have finished downloading everything I was trying to get (for the moment) and basically all I am sharing are the zzap scans, so it should take no time at all for you all to get them.

Remember, when you have downloaded them, keep them shared so other people can get them faster and use less of my bandwidth. It's nice to be nice! :-D

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2004 2:30 am 
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Great stuff, the files are starting to spread a bit more, there are now about 5 different sources for the scan files, which means people will get them a lot faster and not just be relying on my computer being switched on! :)


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For the love of....

Please don't use emule. It has to be the most difficult to understand and impossible to configure p2p i've ever seen.

I've gone so far as to completely disable my firewall and forward all the correct ports on my router (as stated in ther docs) and it still can't make any connections with anything.

emule is the worst p2p I've ever seen.


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White Demon wrote:
For the love of....

Please don't use emule. It has to be the most difficult to understand and impossible to configure p2p i've ever seen.

I've gone so far as to completely disable my firewall and forward all the correct ports on my router (as stated in ther docs) and it still can't make any connections with anything.

emule is the worst p2p I've ever seen.


Are you sure? I find emule to be pretty good, when the likes of Kazaa now have tons of fake files. DC++ is a pretty good file sharing system too, but you have to enter hubs to share.

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I found it quite easy to set up, and the port forwarding on my firewall/router worked fine.


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I still think emule's not all that good. It seems that whenever I am having a problem with any program and emule is running, 90% of the time I can guarantee that I shut down emule and the problem with the other program disappears.

I've removed all the port forwarding I'm supposed to do and turned my firewall back into full stealth mode, and the CU scans actually download? (I don't need the zzap ones that are available at the moment). This program is very strange.

So, for now it appears OK. I really don't think I'd use this program to download music with (I've got other mp3 only p2ps that are far better), but if it's gonna get me some scans quick, for now I'll join 'em and say bring it on. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2005 8:12 pm 
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I have added the PDF's of Zzap 107 to eMule, both the low res and high res versions.

http://www.zzap64.co.uk/emule.html


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Yup, EMule is a pain in the arse indeed, but usually it does the job, although I would prefer torrents to be used.


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I noticed some were downloading the copies of ZZAP!107 I had when I was running Emule a few weeks back.

Any more issues planned to go up? I personally would like issue 104 please :D


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there's a decent spread of the issue up there already so I will get around to adding more. 104 will be top of my list :)


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Add more issues to the eMule page.

Zips of issues 6,7,8,9 and 104 are now there!

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Just an update.

I only have the zzap issues to share at the moment so you'll get to download them via eMule straight away. There's zero people in the queue as I type.


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Added issue 10 and 11 of Zzap and issue 2 of Commodore User to the eMule page :)

http://www.zzap64.co.uk/emule.html


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