anime on DC ++

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Bodhi

Bodhi

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was jsut wondering if annyone who used DC++ knew of a decent anime hub... abd or a movie hub... Ive looked for one for a while... but never end up sticking with one...


thank you for annyones help

  • Nov 20, 2005
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Try looking at the built in hub list of DC++. Just look at the short description of each, there are a lot there. Basically, no hub is really a stable source for anime. Downloading through DC depends on a single user and each of that "user" uploads to as much as 10 people so speeds can be really slow. I suggest using BT or IRC for your anime needs. heh

  • Nov 20, 2005

chingetscook

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I have had some luck on the Total Anime Network (tAn) hubs, mainly I look for otherwise impossible to find OSTs on DC++ only when I really want something since I don't like the way the hub system works, and I absolutely hate the OPs and admins attitudes. But if you are willing to put up with the people who think just because they OP a hub means they are god of the internet and you have a big enough share you shoudn't have a problem.

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  • Nov 20, 2005
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DC++ is very effective however when you are on a network that doesn't allow outside connections for BT. At my university, we set up a DC hub on the internal dorm network, with hyper-fast speeds and a pretty good share amount.

  • Nov 20, 2005
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as for hubs give Rhasberry Heaven a shot "//removed, EternalParadox"
as well as the "Otaku" network "//removed, EternalParadox" thats the public addy, you'll be able to get addys for the other hubs in the main chat with the welcome message

  • Nov 21, 2005

EternalParadox

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Please remember that it is against MT rules to ask or provide where to download anime. This would include links to p2p, torrents, irc channels, or dc++ hubs.

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  • Nov 25, 2005

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