XNap and Drumbeat are on the same network - so same files, same users. They both use OpenNap... which is Napster but with 3rd party servers.Originally posted by King Cobra
Just shy of a Petabyte. Impressive.
Have you tried out Drumbeat? The website says it can gather multiple Petabytes of data, sort of like XNap. On the downside, however,
It crashes quite often, and
It costs $30.
I've give XNap a go, probably sometime later in the week. Are there a lot of fake songs on XNap? (Test out about 10 files of Sum 41 - Still Waiting...you'll know right away if it's a fake) Drumbeat seems to have no fakes, but I'm just asking.
I think it connects automatically.. I think some servers block people who don't share enough files. That's about all I know.Originally posted by MacAztec
Can you help me set this up? I dont know how to connect to a lot of servers. And alot of my files are not downloading, but some are. Can someone help me out?
now whatever gave you that idea?Originally posted by mnkeybsness
i got a feeling it's java....
KDX works great. You don't need an instruction manual, you just need to poke around a bit and use some common sense and street smarts (and be polite!).Originally posted by King Cobra
I don't even understand how to get KDX to work. I downloaded
but I don't understand a thing. ^2
i meant that the java programming on it is bad like limewire used to be...even though limewire's interface is still kinda slow and gets stuck sometimesOriginally posted by Royal Pineapple
now whatever gave you that idea?
was it the big "JAVA FILESHARING CLIENT" at the top of the screen
just givin ya a little sh*t no hard feelings