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Welcome everybody to the new FrostWire forums.

Expect a bit of breakage the following days as we adjust to this new platform.

We thank you for your patience.
-FrostWire Team

I want the last post Here!!!

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  • We peek anywhere from 400 to 600 these days.
    Running UnrealIRCD with Anope Services, on Debian OS (don't recall the version). DCC transfers are disabled.

    I'm not sure what the specs (mem. and bandwidth) of our VPS service are. You could talk to Gummo about that.
  • edited July 2012
    We're Running Debian 6, Humanoid :)

    EDIT:
    Specs: 128 MB RAM
    300 GB Bandwidth
  • Humanoid wrote:
    We peek anywhere from 400 to 600 these days.
    Running UnrealIRCD with Anope Services, on Debian OS (don't recall the version). DCC transfers are disabled.

    I'm not sure what the specs (mem. and bandwidth) of our VPS service are. You could talk to Gummo about that.
    I just logged in and right now:
    There are 35 users and 354 invisible on 2 servers
    9 operator(s) online
    1 unknown connection(s)
    266 channels formed
    I have 353 clients and 0 servers
    -
    Current Local Users: 353 Max: 698
    Current Global Users: 389 Max: 2067

    Now, I'll go get smarter about UnrealIRCD, which is one of the ones I've seen listed.

    Thank you.
  • DCC transfers take place outside of the server's control, so they have no effect on the server itself. For the same reason they are disabled - inadvertently providing your actual IP address has been a problem -- also transfer of viruses.
  • Gummo wrote:
    DCC transfers take place outside of the server's control, so they have no effect on the server itself. For the same reason they are disabled - inadvertently providing your actual IP address has been a problem -- also transfer of viruses.
    Yes, Brain Freeze, there DCC is DIRECT.....
    I can see the justification of disabling DCC. Especially on a chat server for something like FrostWire! If you want to transfer files, USE FrostWire! :mrgreen:

    I've reviewed the site and it seems like a mature, well supported project.
    Rather nice, and to engage in a cliche, with "family" friendly features.
  • :D :o :) :evil: :lol: i don't think so
  • Can't wait to release, can't wait to release, can't wait to release
  • Yes, but will it blend?
  • Here's my smile Aeroforce
  • New FrostWire 5.5.2 out, with over 20 updates (thanks for complaining, keep it coming)
    frostwire (5.5.2) stable; urgency=high
    * Upgrade: Now 'Movies' or 'My Videos' folder is included by default on new
    installs since we now have a built-in video player.
    * Upgrade: The Smart Search engine can now be disabled. No torrents will be
    indexed and no search against the local database will be performed if
    disabled.
    * UI fix: Video Player Window Title now shows the file name being played.
    * UI fix: Library > "Finished Downloads" renamed to "Default Save Folder"
    * UI fix: When browsing another device on the Wi-Fi network newest shared files
    are shown at the top of the table.
    * Bug fix: On first installation FrostWire wasn't able to add 'From Devices' folder
    to the Library.
    * Bug fix: When restoring default settings FrostWire was not restoring default
    library folders.
    * Bug fix: Player remembers volume level from last song played.
    * Bug fix: Sends correct file sizes on HTTP headers for shared files that
    have changed in size after being shared.
    * Bug fix: Repeat media play setting with only one item.
    * Bug fix: New mime detector based on a bigger table.
    * Bug fix: Video player doesn't skip frames when resuming from pause.
    * Bug fix: Video player doesn't move frames when paused and volume slider
    is being moved.
    * Bug fix: Dropping a .torrent starts a download and doesn't ask to send to
    a friend.
    * Bug fix: (Windows) can delete files that are being played or seeded
    from the Library.
    * Bug fix: (Mac) compatibility with Mac OSX 10.5.x restored.
    * Bug fix: (Windows) media player can open files with long paths.
    * Bug fix: prevents NPE when opening a .torrent and trying to show icons when
    the file system chooser wasn't available.

    -- FrostWire Team <contact@frostwire.com> Mon, 10 Dec 2012 20:00:00 -0500
  • oh, and the windows version doesn't require java installed on the computer nor it will download the jre and install it like in the past.

    Now FrostWire doesn't care what java version you have or don't have in your computer, it will run its own java runtime environment to make sure it'll install and run as expected, and this only blew up the installer 6Mbs.
  • OKE! So we can uninstall our Java update11,because FrostWire installs it for us??!
  • we didn't bother upgrading our jre to update 11 since the infamous vulnerability does not affect frostwire in any possible way.
  • gubatron wrote:
    Who likes to code?
    Not me. I did that for 35 years. Now, I'm content to sit back and occasionally(?), but cheerfully (I hope) poke at the mistooks of those that do, hehehe.
  • Zooky wrote:
    gubatron wrote:
    Who likes to code?
    Not me. I did that for 35 years. Now, I'm content to sit back and occasionally(?), but cheerfully (I hope) poke at the mistooks of those that do, hehehe.
    :D Same here! It a lot more fun to watch the errors of others instead of making your own! Isn't the US federal government providing a lot of entertainment value, these days?
  • Scott1x wrote:
    Isn't the US federal government providing a lot of entertainment value, these days?

    BIG grinz!! :mrgreen: What's kind sad about it is that we made those same kinds of mistakes, and corrected them, long before many of the current crop of coders were even born. Another example of "history repeats itself.......".
  • Zooky wrote:
    BIG grinz!! :mrgreen: What's kind sad about it is that we made those same kinds of mistakes, and corrected them, long before many of the current crop of coders were even born. Another example of "history repeats itself.......".
    I heard of a kid who said to his dad, "What does your generation know about the internet and smart phones?"
    Dad replied, "It was my generation that invented them, Son."
  • Greetings sonic_x

    Long time no see!
  • anybody tried the android beta we put out yesterday?

    new audio player needs heavy testing.
  • edited August 2014
    Now I got the last post...haha
  • um.... no longer :) and no spam please
  • Totally missed the spam... sig line? I'll be more careful.
  • birdy wrote:
    This is just getting silly. Everyone knows that a woman always has the last word... so.

    :D

    Hi birdy
    I also agree with you. The last words of women is normally always............so....
  • Still the last post here.
  • And then someone for some meaningless reason places another post.
  • Salutations Everyone :) :shock:

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