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  2. DISREGARD PLEASE. Turned out to be a problem with the file list file itself. I'm on version 1.6.4. Subtract list doesn't seem to be working properly for me. When another user does it, they get an accurate result. When I do it, there are thousands more files that don't subtract. Any idea what may be going on? Thanks!
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  4. I think you could use the "IP" field of favorite hub, fill your external IP there, it overrides global setting (that one in Settings - Connection settings).
  5. Hello, the DC hub tells me: "Your reported IP: 10.8.0.2 does not match your real IP: mypubliciphere" The 10.8.0.2 is the "local" IP of the "tun"(?) - OpenVPN interface on my Windows 10 PC How can i make ApexDC to not report this IP or how to simply overcome this (and connect that hub) while continue using VPN?
  6. Pruning obsolete entries from HashIndex.xml

    I'm bummed out to read this as well. ApexDC is a great program. Hopefully, the community can keep it going for a while longer.
  7. Pruning obsolete entries from HashIndex.xml

    Too bad to see that confirmed. So clearly there'll be no bug fix, nor will the long-awaited version 2.0 ever be released. Since I've also been experiencing another bug of late that is making Apex near unusable, do you or anyone else have any suggestions regarding actively supported DC++ clients?
  8. Pruning obsolete entries from HashIndex.xml

    Well, I would think that /rebuild would fix that and if not than it is a bug. And yes, development is dead
  9. Pruning obsolete entries from HashIndex.xml

    Huh, so it seems development, support etc. for this client are all dead...
  10. As the subject states, I want to prune all the obsolete entries from HashIndex.xml. It seems old paths, old file names (renamed or deleted files) etc. are all retained for some strange reason in the XML. I have refreshed the file list several times, and also tried issuing /rebuild in chat and restarting the client, but nothing seems to help and the XML keeps getting bloated over time with useless entries. Surely there's an easy way via the client itself to clear the Hash Index of non-existent entries? (Would be unbelievable if not.) Note that I do NOT under any circumstances wish to resort to the crude method of deleting the XML and HashData.dat and then subjecting my HDD to hours worth of unnecessary grinding to re-index my entire share.
  11. blog 2.0 Development: Mac OS X

    Can I have an invite too... Please
  12. Hi Mek, I've started getting this error after a windows update the other day. Those two things might not be connected, but that's when I started to get the error. Tried running Apex as admin, it didn't fix it. Any other suggestions?
  13. I used once unicode character swimmer in main chat and since that apex stopped to show me main chat history. Other friend with linux dc klient hasn't problem to see all chat history.
  14. Owner internal ip

    I think you are posting to incorrect forum. This forum is about ApexDC++, a client, not Lua DCH. Generally, you, as an owner, connect to the hub server's LAN address if it is on the same LAN as your client PC, or localhost if it is on the same PC. And in your client, you should set Active or Passive connection as usual. If you use one of the "firewall" (manual port forwarding etc.), fill your external IP, not the internal one.
  15. Owner internal ip

    Hello! I have setup: luadch-2.19-win-x86_64 And the hub works, but me as owner, only connect to internal ip, but i have external on adress! Tried to copy server folder to friend, same thing happens to him. And thene owner cant get filelist, and people cant get from owner. If i use vpn, it works. Whats wrong?
  16. This looks like an error while saving the hash database (not error sharing files) so possibly the files will be hashed again and again after you restart Apex. I would say, try to run Apex as administrator, and second, you can try checking your fillesystem (use the chkdsk utility).
  17. I have had a look around the faq's. There are a couple of threads about this but I can't seem to find an answer. "error saving hash data- system could not find the path specified" As in the other threads, all the files are there and being able to be shared. HELP!!! Please
  18. Help Please

    Just copy the whole ApexDC++ folder from AppData over to the new PC to same path and Apex should pick up the settings when it starts.
  19. Help Please

    Well I downloaded the latest version from the Sourceforge website. I assume that it was the installer since I do not know what the "slim package" is :-) What do I do when I find the folder? Which file do I need for settings and what do I do with it?
  20. Help Please

    Sure, it depends on whether you used the installer or slim package. For installer, all settings can be found in the folder C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\ApexDC++ and for the slim package, you can copy the whole folder of ApexDC++ and it will preserve its settings.
  21. Help Please

    I just bought a new computer and re-downloaded DC++ I was wondering if it would be possible to migrate all my hub and user favorites and queu, etc. or if I need to start all over again? Can someone advise please?
  22. Problems in windows 10

    Hi apexdc crashes in windows10 this is the error messages i get Code: e06d7363 (Unknown) Version: 1.6.4 (Feb 6 2017) Major: 6 Minor: 2 Build: 9200 SP: 0 Type: 1 Time: 2017-11-01 22:09:15 TTH: J76UH47HWJDIVR6E45MZEZBYCAQR7B72BWEZIDI KERNELBASE!0xD2413FB8: RaiseException f:\dd\vctools\crt\vcruntime\src\eh\throw.cpp(136): _CxxThrowException d:\development\dcdev\apexdc\trunk\client\adccommand.cpp(65): dcpp::AdcCommand::parse d:\development\dcdev\apexdc\trunk\client\adccommand.cpp(39): dcpp::AdcCommand::AdcCommand d:\development\dcdev\apexdc\trunk\client\searchmanager.cpp(330): dcpp::SearchManager::UdpQueue::run d:\development\dcdev\apexdc\trunk\client\thread.h(109): dcpp::Thread::starter KERNEL32!0xD4CA1FE4: BaseThreadInitThunk ntdll!0xD606EF91: RtlUserThreadStart exceptioninfo.txt
  23. Hello, on Windows 10 i have ApexDC 1.6.4++ 64bit in my firewall (Comodo Internet Security) i have ApexDC set to allow all incoming and outgoing requests. Strange is that the firewall is loging many thousands of outgoing connections to following IPs: IP port protocol 208.103.122.166 16000 UDP 208.103.122.165 16000 UDP 208.103.249.115 16000 UDP These log entries are made by the firewall rule called "Windows Operating System", this rule sets blocking all outgoing traffic to any IP. In SystemExplorer app i see these IP connections to be made by ApexDC and sometimes also by Shareaza Example this is what i see at a time ESTABLISHED: 208.103.122.163, TCP/IP, destination port 7001, app Shareaza, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.164, TCP/IP, destination port 7001, app Shareaza, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.165, TCP/IP, destination port 16000, app ApexDC, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.165, TCP/IP, destination port 16000, app ApexDC, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.165, TCP/IP, destination port 16000, app ApexDC, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.166, TCP/IP, destination port 16000, app ApexDC, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.166, TCP/IP, destination port 16000, app ApexDC, source port 49000-52000approx. 208.103.122.166, TCP/IP, destination port 16000, app ApexDC, source port 49000-52000approx. ApexDC is working but these connections makes me wonder what are these and why these are not allowed because are from ApexDC, but are blocked CIS assuming them from Windows Operating System.
  24. I always have Windows set to put the system to sleep in half an hour if there's no user activity. Every other downloader I use, including uTorrent, JDownloader and so on, has the ability to prevent the system going to sleep while downloading is underway. Once all (or running) downloads are completed, the app can be set to shutdown the system (where shutdown can be substituted with sleep, hibernate etc.) Now Apex has no problem with the shutting down part, but in all these years it lacks the very basic ability to prevent Windows from going to sleep till the job's done. This means my system goes to sleep half an hour after I stop using it, no matter if Apex still has GBs of data in the download queue. I request people here to kindly refrain from posting unhelpful 'advice', including lecturing me about why I'm turning off my PC in the first place, why don't I just turn off the sleep setting completely, why don't I use external script/EXE/<insert solution here> and so on. The fact of the matter is that all decent downloaders and heck even my media player apps have had the "prevent standby while doing X" option for ages now, and I'd highly appreciate it if Apex added the same. Thank you.
  25. Getting TTH for directory

    Where is it implemented? Looked into sources of FlyLink and StrongDC for several hours already. Everything is so asynchronous, and folders indeed eventually get TTH somehow, but I have no clue how does it happen with them. Wiki with "Hash set extension" description is dead, and my attempts to recalculate hash completely independently in Ada (using XMLAda, AdaCF and Adagio's Tiger Tree implementation). TTH for files works fine. Can't make it work for folders. I always thought that it's just TTH of sorted concatenated hashes, and I can reimplement it at any time, but time has come, and I just can't get through. I tried to sort or not sort hashes. I tried to reverse endianness or not reverse endianness. I tried to reverse endianness before or after sorting. I tried raw TIGER or TTH. I just can't make it match. I'm totally destroyed.
  26. Today in "Windows Defender Antivirus" it finds a threat in Apex 1.6.4. The reported Trojan is " Win32/Clavior.G!cl" Windows Defender wants to delete it. Please advice what to do! have attached a picture from Windows Defender. It says that the program (ApexDc++ 16.4) is dangerous.
  27. Did Team Elite win?

    Hello Old Friends, It seems Team Elite won as they own now the biggest hublist and are developing three hubsofts and have more alive DC++ related projects than the DC++ devs themselves. Why are you allowing these hackers to stay on-line? I am so glad I left DC++ a long time ago. An Old Friend Of DC++
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