I have found the video of Lenas winning at the song contest in a good quality today, but I do not know how to tell the file specific key so others will be able to find that file too. O.o
How to tell a unique key of a file to be found by others?(9 posts) (2 voices)
Select your file in OneSwarm GUI. Then in "Swarm details" / "File Info" you will find the ED2K and SHA1 hashes.
Copy the full link, something like :
and tell to your friends to start OneSwarm and paste either link in their web browser.
I am not sure if the 29615 is always the same number. Can you help me? O.o Here is the link I made with your help. :-)
Your link is ok.
I am downloading your file now, maybe this lenas is cute :)
The video is in HD quality, very good! xD
Okay, I see the file being requested all the time, but there seems to be the strange thing happen again where a requested file never starts to upload even if a lot of peers are available and everything except that one works very well. O.o
what shall I do if I get a direct link with it? copy and paste into the search line including http..?
- start OneSwarm
- paste the link in your web browser
- you are done : this should start a search in OneSwarm network
Well, I said "SHOULD" because actually the hash search is almost not working anymore.
I asked the question one week ago in http://forum.oneswarm.org/topic/1862 , but until now I got absolutely no answer, i mean zero, wala.
ah, now I know why OS never found the specific requested file via the direct link!
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