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    I used to have DC on this computer. Ive tried to get it working again and im getting the following message when i try to hash my files. (BTW ive not been able to get any files hashed)


    [21:46] TLS disabled, failed to generate certificate: The system cannot find the file specified.
    [21:46] Failed to load certificate file
    [21:46] File list refresh initiated
    [21:46] File list refresh finished


    Any help on this is appreciated..

    Once again thanks for your words of wisdom (in advance of course)

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    Hallo sasslife, the best advice I can give you is, forget DCC, and try a SlavaNap server. This advice is based on experienced wisdom ...lol

    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/every...-server-163745 (OpenNap)

    If you insist on DCC, then keep your eye on this thread, I shall see if I can glean some information from our, semi-intelligent, always obstreperous, house bot, Obscene_Messiah...

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    He's talking about DC (Direct Connect) not DCC (Direct Client-to-Client protocol in IRC).

    I wouldn't forget about DC, it's still the best if you get into good hubs. It's very good when you are interested in something very specific, like a certain sub-genre in music etc.

    Can't help with the problem itself though, one would think that TLS is not essential but if you can't get your files hashed I suppose it is then. Try an older version perhaps?

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    of yes..I hit one C to many...my DC can take up to two hours to hash all my files...maybe it was still busy hashing them?

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