Qnap [ AirDC++ ] [ 2.11.2 ] Peer-to-peer file sharing client


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2 Janvier 2014
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Source : https://www.airdcpp.net ( https://airdcpp-web.github.io/docs/installation/linux-binaries.html )

Download :


Note :

IPv6 must be enable on your NAS will be fixed in next release i hope

user : qnap
pass : qnap

this settings can be change in /opt/AirDCpp/config/WebServer.xml

About :

AirDC++ is a modern, easy to use client for Advanced Direct Connect and Direct Connect networks. You are able to join "hubs" with other users, and chat, perform searches and browse the share of each user. It allows you to share files with friends and other people, for example, in the following scenarios:

With people who have a common interest from all over the world

Within Local/Wide area networks

AirDC++ is extremely high performance with lots of advanced features. It has been tested to operate smoothly even with millions of shared files or hundreds of terabytes of data. The source code is available for everyone and there is no bundled software or advertisements of any kind.

Feature Highlight

An easy to use settings wizard for new users
Allows sharing different directories in different hubs
Real-time monitoring for share changes
Possibility to open multiple per user connections to one user
Full IPv6 support
Grouping of queued files into directories
Possibility to add own searches that will searched for regularly and downloaded automatically when found
Advanced sharing of partially downloaded directories/files and more efficient way of finding alternative sources
Support for NMDC and ADC protocols and encrypted transfers on both


Bandwidth controlling capabilities
Dernière édition:
Il serait possible d'avoir une mise a jour ?
la 1.4.1 semble ne plus nécessiter ipV6 (depuis le 1.4 en fait :
et ca serait mieux :)

Ou la beta de la 2.0 ?

Merci !
Super (je m'étais installé QDKpour voir si je pouvais pas le faire moi même, enfin, pas eu le temps encore de regarder :))

x64 version 2.0.1 online

but to simplify my task i am using the prebuilt binary instead of cross compiling it...

i am not sure it support upgrade from previous version