G-Serve is a file serving bot for people who wish to share files on IRC. It does not require any other IRC chat program to run and has most of the usual f-serve features such as searches using @find and send queues. It runs as a daemon and maintains logs of connections and transfers.
KDX is a powerful cross-platform BBS-style encrypted Internet communications system that provides messaging, news, file and folder transfer, voice chat (Internet Telephone), text chat, remote access, trackers, and more. It uses strong encryption to protect communications for security and privacy. It is useful for groups that need to collaborate on a project via the Internet. It is also very useful for remote administration of a computer. It uses a client/server architecture.
jIRleeCh is a Java IRC client that is mainly used to ease the acquisition of XDCC packs. It relieves the user from the need to know and type IRC commands to get XDCC Bot files or to use multiple tools and plugins to do so. It has an easy-to-use GUI interface with all the basic IRC client features. It parses packetnews.com to search for packs. No IRC knowledge is needed to use it, as it automatically connects to a network, channel, and queues a pack.
Leverlåda is an X-Chat script to retrieve files from FSERVE bots running on IRC. This script is useful when lots of fserves are offering something and you get bored of waiting and hitting a zillion triggers. In addition, fserves tend to come and go capriciously, and their queues are usually full. Leverlåda tries to automate the processes of locating and receiving files, enabling you to spend your time on something more useful.
MetalServe is a standalone DCC file server that can be used to share files on Internet Relay Chat (IRC) networks such as EFNet and Undernet. Unlike the only available similar Unix program, iroffer, which offers "packs" of files, MetalServe offers single files similar to the way the SDFind, SPRJukebox, and OmenServe scripts for mIRC, a Windows IRC client, work.