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DSHub

DSHub is a hubsoft for the ADC Network. It uses the ADC protocol (the next DC generation). It is multi-platform and has many interesting features.

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Release Notes: ADCS is now available (ADC Secure extension). There are important GUI changes. Old clients are not supported anymore (non ADC 1.0 clients), so for the popular client DC++, only 0.704 or newer based clients (around that version) should be used. The port in use bug in the Linux version should be fixed. Chatcontrol bugs should also be fixed.

  •  25 Jul 2008 10:45

Release Notes: This is a kind of milestone release, with a lot of improvements in stability. It has been tested successfully with 800 users. The most important reported bugs are gone. There is a small known bug on Linux and Solaris in which ports are not released when restarting.

  •  16 May 2008 23:11

Release Notes: This release has more features. Some bugs in the Theta version have been fixed, and preliminary support for Python scripting has been added. Translation into other languages has begun.

Release Notes: This release brings a lot of new stuff. ADC 1.0 is now officially supported, so please note that older clients will have problems. Namely, they wont be able to use passwords and keys will not be visible. All clients should be updated to to Strongdc 2.1x or Apex DC 1.0B5 or DC++ 0.704 or any other client that supports ADC 1.0. A multiport server is now available. You can set up as many ports as you like. The PING extension is now implemented. You can also autoregister on all the hublists that support it via the PingHH plugin.

No changes have been submitted for this release.

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