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AutoNap

Initially intended as a Napster/OpenNap 'robot,' AutoNap can be used like any other console napster client. It retrievs a list of running servers automatically. Beside the interactive-mode there is also the non-interactive mode which is useful for letting AutoNap run overnight or as a cron-job.

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Recent releases

  •  29 May 2001 09:58

    Release Notes: Fixes for ignoring acc_user and acc_pass in the config file, and a new -g switch for specifying a local port to launch multiple instances of AutoNap.

    •  22 May 2001 22:25

      Release Notes: AutoNap can share MP3s, the login procedure has been improved so that AutoNap is no longer depending on the availabity of napigator's server list, and the -S switch has been fixed so logging on to specified single servers works for the first time.

      •  22 Apr 2001 09:49

        Release Notes: This release includes a mechanism to protect AutoNap's daemon against connections from clients whose IP's are not in one or more given ranges, and fixes a parsing error in the automode config file, wrong recognition of linespeed when 'rsearch'ing, and the procedure of registering a new account.

        •  20 Apr 2001 21:10

          Release Notes: A new client/server model allowing to Access AutoNap either remotely or locally via TCP/IP, a client-application which adds some conveniences like command-history, etc., ability to perform a 'whois' on users, and increased verbosity. There are no security mechanisms yet, so AutoNap should never run as root in daemon-mode.

          •  07 Apr 2001 09:41

            Release Notes: Two bugs have been wiped out, one causing AutoNap to ignore the download-directory given to it and the other one making it download each song as often as there were rnd_exclude_patterns.

            Recent comments

            17 Apr 2002 17:24 ProfFalcon

            Re: Source code for peer to peer

            > How are you guys, I need to have some
            > valid information, I've been from site
            > to site, and I never really got what I'm
            > looking for. The thing that I'm looking
            > for is to be honest a "copy" of napster
            > or kazaa. I need it, because I wanna


            How about giFT at gift.sourceforge.net for a FastTrack client/server implementation?

            17 Apr 2002 16:14 boytoy

            Source code for peer to peer
            How are you guys, I need to have some valid information, I've been from site to site, and I never really got what I'm looking for. The thing that I'm looking for is to be honest a "copy" of napster or kazaa. I need it, because I wanna make my own version of it. Not for the big scale that there on. It's for my friends and I, That they use the certain browser and they can share from each other or from me.

            24 Aug 2001 23:18 ubrdude42

            so what about all these other p2p apps?
            i can't even keep track of them all.... everytime i turn around it's gnutella, morpheus, win mx.. whatever the latest p2p someone wrote.... and a million opinions from total crap to ecstacy (most from the first install/download)... scattered on boards everywhere; i can't click without hitting a board these days........wow..... it's time for some good middleware......

            I can't wait. :)

            17 Aug 2001 00:26 zozo2001

            oops .. no more napster for linux users
            I have downloaded many napster programs such as this one .. and lately I have noticed that none of them are working because of the upgrade (for windows and mac only) at www.napster.com .. I am just wandering what is going to happen with all the linux clients for napster??

            27 Mar 2001 16:57 ParkerPine

            Re: Can you read correctly?
            Sure, it is shawn.fanning@hotmail.com after you changed it. Funnily enough, your profile was private for a short period.
            Actually, you should consider a different faked name here since every child knows that Shawn Fanning is the guy who founded Napster. See http://www.napster.com/company for that if you wont believe it.
            Sure, it is a coincidence that you bear the same name...though you were right with one thing, namely that you are not affiliated with Napster, even though your sole action here on freshmeat was commenting AutoNap.


            > Dear Ludwig,
            > dear Tassilo,
            >
            > I have absolutely no idea why you are
            > trying to give the impression that I am
            > affiliated in some way to Napster.com.
            > Of course this is not true. As you can
            > easily verify from my personal personal
            > page my email address is
            > Shawn.Fanning@hotmail.com.
            >
            > My reason for criticising AutoNap is
            > not so much the program itself, rather
            > then the maintaining policy of the
            > author.
            >
            > From my point of view of view it is
            > simply unprofessional to keep a program
            > on Freshmeat's main page by announcing
            > releases in short intervalls. And
            > obviously this is what the author
            > intended.
            >
            > Yours Shawn Fanning


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