Initially intended as a Napster/OpenNap 'robot,' AutoNap can be used like any other console napster client. It retrievs a list of running servers automatically. Beside the interactive-mode there is also the non-interactive mode which is useful for letting AutoNap run overnight or as a cron-job.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Napster|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Fixes for ignoring acc_user and acc_pass in the config file, and a new -g switch for specifying a local port to launch multiple instances of AutoNap.
Release Notes: AutoNap can share MP3s, the login procedure has been improved so that AutoNap is no longer depending on the availabity of napigator's server list, and the -S switch has been fixed so logging on to specified single servers works for the first time.
Release Notes: This release includes a mechanism to protect AutoNap's daemon against connections from clients whose IP's are not in one or more given ranges, and fixes a parsing error in the automode config file, wrong recognition of linespeed when 'rsearch'ing, and the procedure of registering a new account.
Release Notes: A new client/server model allowing to Access AutoNap either remotely or locally via TCP/IP, a client-application which adds some conveniences like command-history, etc., ability to perform a 'whois' on users, and increased verbosity. There are no security mechanisms yet, so AutoNap should never run as root in daemon-mode.
Release Notes: Two bugs have been wiped out, one causing AutoNap to ignore the download-directory given to it and the other one making it download each song as often as there were rnd_exclude_patterns.