[Wine]Running DC++ 0.668 with wine-20041201
motub at planet.nl
Tue Jan 4 15:51:49 CST 2005
Charles N Wyble wrote:
> um. yes it will. not natively. but there are ways to access Linux from
Yes, I'm familiar with Explore2fs-- I used to use it myself when I had
Windows on this box.
However, I'm not sure it's relevant in this case.
The OP wants to start a DC++ download in Linux and finish it in Windows.
So the question of whether you can look at the uncompleted files or
check the configuration using yet a third program seems irrelevant to
me, because the issue is whether DC++ itself can do the following:
1) see the configuration that tells it what downloads are in progress
and what their status is;
2) append/complete the partially downloaded files.
Which won't be possible from Windows if the originally started downloads
and the configuration/current status database are on a Linux file system
(which Windows can not natively read or write to, so DC++ Windows can't
read or write to them either).
Unless the Linux version is run from a FAT32 fs, or I'm totally wrong.
> Holly Bostick wrote:
>> Tobias Neumann wrote:
>>> On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 18:31:08 +0100, Cedric wrote:
>>>> Even if it's ported, does it allow me to start a download in linux,
>>>> and then finish it in windows? As i dual boot a lot i don't want a
>>>> DC client that only works in one system, and i doubt one program can
>>>> finish download of another program.
>>> If it is an excact port of DC++ with the same tempfile format it should
>>> The website says that this is so:
>>> "This is a project to port the DC++ direct connect client to Linux"
>> Do you then have to run the Linux port from a FAT32 partition? How is
>> Windows supposed to read the template files otherwise (or whatever
>> files determine the last actual state of the downloads-in-progress
>> when the program was closed)? Windows won't be able to see any of this
>> if it's all on a Linux native filesystem.
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