MLDonkey introduced a method to connect to several servers simultaneously, thereby increasing search efficiency greatly. This was at a time when servers were quite small, and already strained (mainly by bots). Too many users, a few servers, new solutions needed.
Later on, certain pretentious server admins became more and more interested in the numbers of users assigned to their servers, rather than in the efficiency of the network. This meant that a client connecting to more than one server was a threat to their internal “high score” competition of served users.
Complaints started to come in from eDonkey users about MLDonkey being too efficient, i.e. utilizing an unfair amount of network resources.
This probably has to do with the extreme reluctance of the developers of eDonkey2000 to improve their product, which led to larger and larger servers, instead of following the approach MLDonkey stood for: increasing the connectivity of the network as a whole.
MLDonkey also features a way to exchange file sources between clients, thereby making the servers less important.
MLDonkey Free Download is a free e-donkey protocol based on a client-server architecture. The servers are located on the Internet using standard web hosting or IRC hosting services. Each time a new file is released to the internet, an e-mail is sent to the eDonkey users informing them of the file’s availability and the location of the servers that have copies of the file.
For more information, please read the “Finders & Connectors” section on EqD.
MLDonkey uses XML to communicate with the clients. Therefore it is highly recommended that you have an XML-based editor such as MS Expression Web or Frontpage available for editing files.
A very basic XML editor is available. Please use it when configuring MLDonkey. The information contained within XML-based files, and the configuration of MLDonkey, can be easily viewed and edited using many editors, including Notepad, MS Expression Web, or Frontpage.
The file format which holds the information of the MLDonkey servers and the XML-based configuration is:
Don’t forget to set the permissions of the XML file to.r and.w (see your editor).
The configuration file contains information such as the server IP, port, MLDonkey password, and so on.
**Note that all paths and files are absolute as they are on the server.
This is important, especially when replacing old files.
Do not overwrite existing files!
Finders are users who find files on the Internet. Connectors are users that connect (download) to servers from which MLDonkey users can download files. Both finders and connectors can also send files. Therefore they are often included in “packages.”
Files found and uploaded to MLDonkey are grouped in “packs.” It is possible to specify the file source and file name in the pack description. If no source is given, MLDonkey uses the description from the description file.
When using MLDonkey, the search can take several minutes or several hours. Upon completion, you can easily search for a file.
If your Internet connection is good and your computer is powerful, you can even connect to 5 servers simultaneously. If you do, you are saving network resources.
If you have problems finding a server which contains the file you want, chances are that the description and/or the file source of
MLDonkey Cracked Accounts is a peer-to-peer file sharing network with built-in support for multi-server use. With MLDonkey, the network will grow with the users, providing a rather stable and reliable client/server communication. MLDonkey is also designed to take a minimalistic approach, and its design should be very simple to change, in order to provide the community with a good framework for further development, and new features as required.
* High Efficiency: Running a MLDonkey node (which acts as a reliable proxy server) usually causes far less overhead in the network than having all clients connect to one server, as many servers can be placed behind a single MLDonkey proxy. A reliable MLDonkey node can even be placed on public hosting service such as GForge or GNUnet, making it the ideal node for serving NNTP newsgroups, and other such sources of downloads.
* Multi-Server Use: MLDonkey allows users to connect to several servers at the same time, thereby increasing the search efficiency of the network greatly.
* Multihoming: MLDonkey is designed to use a network of any kind (in terms of technology) to make connections, allowing this to be taken advantage of both publicly, and in an encrypted fashion.Q:
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MLDonkey is a stand-alone file sharing application, mainly for use on the eDonkey network. It does a very good job of connecting to many servers, and of allowing users to search for files to download without relying on a central server. It also has an API, making it easy to write your own programs with similar functionality.
MLDonkey was originally part of eDonkey2000, until the developers of eDonkey2000 decided to move away from the development of eDonkey2000, after which it was renamed to MLDonkey. The MLDonkey developers parted ways with the eDonkey2000 developers sometime in 2003, but that’s just a myth, it was a long and fruitless discussion over a long time between the developers of eDonkey2000 and the MLDonkey developers, none of whom had any decision making power over each other. For the most part the developers of MLDonkey were never involved with eDonkey2000, and the other way round the developers of eDonkey2000 never even heard of MLDonkey.
The eDonkey2000 developers decided to pay more attention to the DoS (Denial of Service) problem, with their new client. The MLDonkey team, on the other hand, decided that a client for eDonkey2000 to take the hard work out of sharing files.
Number of Clients: ~6 million
Number of Servers: ~10 million
Number of Files: ~10 million
P2Pnet is a french website, which also has an IRC channel.
P2Pnet was founded in 1999, as an alternative to eDonkey2000’s client. The GUI was very “kiddy”, in my opinion, and the P2Pnet developers have chosen a course of rehabilitation of this product and have made it a more well-finished product.
P2Pnet was the first truly decentralized server, making it the first peer-to-peer website.
Number of Clients: unknown
Number of Servers: unknown
Number of Files: unknown
Cnet is a Dutch website, founded in 1999.
Cnet was founded in 1999. At this point the developers had not yet committed to the P2P
MLDonkey is an early implementation of a peer-to-peer file sharing network, and was originally developed as the p2p counterpart to eDonkey, the most popular eDonkey client. MLDonkey is not only compatible with the eDonkey protocol, it is an extension of it. MLDonkey was originally released on December 8, 1999.
MLDonkey was a client originally developed for Linux and BSD platforms, but it was ported to other platforms later on (Windows). It was also the first client to bring out a peer-to-peer network that was not run by a company.
MLDonkey was written by a group of developers associated with the German hackers’ community, that was known as p2p-community. Development stopped in July 2000, and soon after it’s creators left MLDonkey behind. The last release was on November 1, 2000.
MLDonkey is released under the GNU General Public License. This is the same license as that of eDonkey.
MLDonkey is built on top of the eDonkey protocol, and can be easily used with existing eDonkey clients.
“MLDonkey-Client” is available for free from the website of the eDonkey2000.org project.
MLDonkey was developed by Krotzsch. Censorship: MLDonkey is not censored, as is eDonkey, but has been under considerable pressure from the German ISPs not to release the source code.
Contrary to previous “p2p” networks, MLDonkey does not need any central server. The clients “talk” to each other, discovering each other, and keeping track of each other. If you want to retrieve a file, it’s simply reached out to you. The servers are no more necessary for the sharing of files.
MLDonkey, unlike the previous “p2p” networks, does not depend on the “tax collectors” of the Internet. While every single client can connect to other clients, there is no “master list” of where to connect to. Downloading on MLDonkey is not dependent on a centralized server, and you do not need to “register” with someone in order to download a file.
On top of this, MLDonkey allows you to download on one server while uploading on another, thus providing a different experience than other “p2p” networks.
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