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ed2k_gui



SYNOPSIS

       ed2k_gui [OPTIONS] [ED2K-LINK-URL]


DESCRIPTION

       GUI  frontend for the Overnet and eDonkey2000 file-sharing
       command line clients.


REQUIREMENTS

       This GUI requires an Overnet or eDonkey2000  command  line
       client. See http://ed2k-gtk-gui.sourceforge.net/core.shtml
       for the latest versions.

       If you start the  command  line  client  (=core)  manually
       (instead of using the "spawn" option of the GUI), you will
       need to pass the "-" command line argument to the core and
       set  up an admin username and password in the command line
       client with the "pass bob bobpass" command, otherwise  the
       command line client will not listen for GUI connections on
       the admin port (=aport).

       Also, at the time of writing (July 2003) the core does not
       follow  *nix  conventions,  as  it saves its configuration
       files always in the current working directory. That  means
       that  you  should  not  put  the  core  into  /usr/bin  or
       /usr/local/bin, but rather into its own ~/ed2k or  ~/over­
       net directory, and that you should always change into that
       directory before starting the core from the command  line.


OPTIONS

       Usually  you  do  not  need  to  specify  any command line
       options.

       -n NUMBER
              The GUI instance. You can run multiple instances of
              the GUI at the same time. If you use the -n option,
              a separate configuration files  will  be  used  for
              each  instance.  This way you can have several pre-
              defined settings (e.g. for different cores on  dif­
              ferent  machines)  without having to change them in
              the Connect-to dialog  all  the  time.   Note:  The
              Blacklist  file  and the filter list will be shared
              among all instances, unless you additionally  spec­
              ify  separate  configuration  file  paths  for each
              instance with the -p option.

       -p CONFIGPATH
              Specifies the path which should be used for config­
              uration files.  Defaults to ~/.ed2k_gui/

   ED2K-LINK-URL:
              If the GUI is passed a so-called "ed2k-link" on the
              external   tool   like   ed2k_hash    (http://ed2k-
              tools.sourceforge.net).

              ed2k://|file|name.txt|938341|093abfa7ab8b4d1e83bfbf8001aafa1b|/


AUTHOR

       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Tim-Philipp   Müller
       <t.i.m@orange.net>.

ed2k_gui 0.6.2              July 2003                 ED2K_GUI(1)

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