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#1 2004-08-28 20:26:56

Luis Q. R.
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ed2k links

Hi, I want to know how to make the ed2k links work in Mozilla, so I don't get wrong files or fakes. I've searched and asked in other forums but I couldn't find a solution. Could anyone tell me how to do this? Thanks in advance.

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#2 2004-09-01 23:08:23

Luis Q. R.
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Re: ed2k links

Still need to use Win2k, mmmm hhmmm.

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#3 2004-09-01 23:13:06

dp
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Re: ed2k links

Luis Q. R. wrote:

Still need to use Win2k, mmmm hhmmm.

sorry to hear that

(i cannot help, as i have no idea what ed2k is)


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#4 2004-09-02 00:39:14

Luis Q. R.
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Re: ed2k links

Talk about being sorry, my Win2k OS is infected and is crashing like hell, and about to lose 4 Gb of unfinished downloads in Emule.

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#5 2004-09-02 00:47:59

dp
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Re: ed2k links

Luis Q. R. wrote:

Talk about being sorry, my Win2k OS is infected and is crashing like hell, and about to lose 4 Gb of unfinished downloads in Emule.

i'm always sorry for everyone in need to use any mswindows ;-)

if they are downloads, maybe you can recover them - with wget you can use the -c flag to continue a .part file that do not completed the downloading - i don't know ed2k, but it must be simmilar


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#6 2004-09-02 00:50:16

kakabaratruskia
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From: Santiago, Chile
Registered: 2003-08-24
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Re: ed2k links

dp wrote:
Luis Q. R. wrote:

Talk about being sorry, my Win2k OS is infected and is crashing like hell, and about to lose 4 Gb of unfinished downloads in Emule.

i'm always sorry for everyone in need to use any mswindows ;-)

if they are downloads, maybe you can recover them - with wget you can use the -c flag to continue a .part file that do not completed the downloading - i don't know ed2k, but it must be simmilar

I don't think that will work, as ed2k files are (as far as I know) used for downloading files with emule/edonkey. I think they're like .torrents for bittorrent.


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#7 2004-09-02 01:31:31

jsutnoni
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Registered: 2004-02-07
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Re: ed2k links

Luis Q. R.: you should be able to jsut copy that link and use the direct download feature in ed2k. I gave up on mozilla opening ed2k links a long time ago in linux.


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#8 2004-09-12 08:56:51

mitya
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Registered: 2004-08-03
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Re: ed2k links

Why giving up on opening ed2k links in Mozilla, when there is a great extension called Mozex!? It allows you to handle tons of protocols, incuding ed2k. wink

Good luck, fellow p2p'ers! smile

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