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Epicea - FastTrack, Edonkey & Overnet !

PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2004 3:37 pm
by SharedHolder
Epicea - FastTrack, Edonkey & Overnet !

Epicea is a peer-to-peer application allowing you to share files on Internet.

Features:

# Simple interface
# Fast and Network wide Searches
# Download files of any type: Audio, Video...
# File Preview: Preview files as you are downloading them
# Files checked for corruption while downloading to ensure error free files
# Downloads are automatically continued from session to session
# Completely distributed and self organizing network. No central servers.
# Biggest Peer-To-Peer Network: Epicea supports FastTrack, Edonkey and Overnet. This means millions of simultaneous users.# Multiple source downloads. Download a file from several different users at once.
# Simultaneous uploading and downloading of the same file. Providing the fastest distribution of files possible
# Weblinks
# Dynamic ports. Epicea generates random listening port numbers when it first starts to avoid detection by ISPs and can be configured to run over any port.
# Minibrowser with Google integration and Popup blocker
# Spyware Free

http://epicea.philix.net/

PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2004 6:25 am
by DaBlade
Does it have the functions that K-Lite has? And it's not the first or best of it's kind if anyone thought so. You should check ouy [url=xnap.sourceforge.net]Xnap. It can acees opennap, gnutella, fasttrack, IRC and a lot more...

PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2004 12:07 pm
by Trev0r269
the new xnap 3 beta is pretty slick. its buggy right now (duh, its a beta release). when 3.0 final comes out xnap may be the new hawt thing. and this epicea, ill try it out.

PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2004 6:37 pm
by Trev0r269
Epicea uses the gift daemon to access Fasttrack, and the ml donkey daemon to access the eDonkey and Overnet networks. Interesting. These are also points I thought people should know, along with the ones up the page.
In my experience, the gift daemon does get better fasttrack results, and ml donkey does get very good edonkey results. still seems weird to use both though. it would seem then that this client can also access gnutella, opennap and openft if the propper plug ins are present. the same goes for ml donkey and its capabilities. weeeeiird.

PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2004 6:42 pm
by DaBlade
Maybe they were just too lazy to put in the plugins... LOL

PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2004 7:21 pm
by tomy
Who made that thing?Any other place to get more info?

PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 4:50 pm
by Allied
Isn't mlDonkey's ed2k daemon a bandwith hog on ed2k servers? I know mlDonkey isn't well liked by meta machine people.

You could just get the fasttrack plugin for eDonkey and have the same results.

PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 5:35 pm
by Unbiased_Opinion
@Halo - Xnap runs on Java and is buggy as shit. Plus, correct me if I am wrong, but only the new 3.0 beta version will work with plugins, and I think they discontinued plugins for FastCrap or Edonkey. The only plugins I have seen are LimeWire & Opennap & IRC.

PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 11:10 pm
by j_dogg
Great another mutli-network disaster.

Allied makes a verygood point, why sue this, the eD2K client has much better support for the eDonkey and Overnet networks, and with the FT plugin, then it mirrors whatthis prgram is trying to do.

Epicea - FastTrack, Edonkey & Overnet !

PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 11:45 pm
by SlyckChuck
It looks like anothe leecher network folks. I wont touch it! :idea:

PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 11:49 pm
by Unbiased_Opinion
Hell, almost all multi-network programs are a leech of some sort. There are a few that provides uploads to all networks, but stil aren't the best implemation. I have never touched a multi-network program besides Shareaza and it was ditched after a few tests. I say stick with the original apps that were created for one specific network.

Epicea - FastTrack, Edonkey & Overnet !

PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 11:58 pm
by SlyckChuck
Sorry I did not finish, U-O you nail the point I stress precisely!!

PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2004 11:26 pm
by Dann
Hello all!

Any news about epicea???
I can't find out much about it...
...I installed it (epicea 0.15m) and seems to be the easyest of use p2p ever seen, but I can't get it work. After installing I can run it only once because the 2nd time it won't startup anymore :cry: at least for me... I can get many search results, but the download of anything won't start. It is so buggy or what? (...maybe I have to reinstall win xp - my pc is slowing down...)
Anyone tryed it?? Please tell me your experiences about it.

Bye! :wink:

PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2004 10:31 am
by red duck
I installed it (epicea 0.15m) and seems to be the easyest of use p2p ever seen


try ares

PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2004 9:16 am
by Dann
Yet tryed...ok not ares, but filecroc - almost the same thing. It was a litle slow (movie dl 4kb/s) and I couldn't get much search results (ok - 50 users with the same file, but couldn't download from more than 4 or 5 at once - different settings didnt affect that...)
With epicea I can get much more results, but what can I do if I can't get it work. Anyway, I'm not looking for a easy of use p2p client with all the teletubbies shit in, I'm looking for that one, with whic I can get many search results and also decent download speeds!
Since now I tried sharezza, filecroc and many new bittorent clients (about speed - nothing can compete with azureus)... I will NOT try edonkey or emule - too slow for my nerves (checked out at a friend)... couldn't get to work mldonkey and epicea... now i'm using azureus (realy good) and strongDC++ (best of dc++)... epicea is that kind of client whic I miss in my "collection"

So... any news about epicea???

PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2004 12:30 am
by Dann
I think that Xolox is something like Epicea "reloaded"... it has multinetwork support, is based on MLdonkey and it has even the same startup crash bug :D :lol: :D
I installed it (xolox) an run it... pretty fast downloading (40 - 100kb/s) - this is just my first impression, because I could't have a chanse of a second one :D ...the sturtup crash bug was back :D :lol: ...just like at epicea :lol:

PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2004 1:00 am
by SlyckChuck
This thread remained quiet for over 2 months, it is a dead subject. Use it as reference and not to invoke future conversations. Some may think it is a new program when looking back it is in reality old. :idea:

PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2004 12:22 pm
by Trev0r269
Dann,
They are so similar because under the paint job its the same thing...both mlDonkey