As taken from the Audiogalaxy website...The Audiogalaxy Satellite is a small and simple program that allows you to share your music with friends and other users on Audiogalaxy. You must download [...] and run the Audiogalaxy Satellite for the system to work correctly.
This RISC OS version supports MP3 downloading, resuming and uploading. There is information how creating Audiogalaxy Satellites for other platforms here.
|First version Allows receiving of MP3s
|Fixed bug in !Run file Updated !Help file with details on the RISC OS Projects Initiative
|Tells Audiogalaxy if a file transfer problem occurs so it can try and setup a new transfer Supports 'Stop File Transfer' command which is sent by the Audiogalaxy servers (NB: untested)
|Closes connection to initial server after the redirection details are found Solves strange problem where it would try to connect to port instead of port 21
|Automaticially reconnects if there are connection problems Able to launch homepage/queue URLs and see the main MP3 directory Sends proper IP adddress to Audiogalaxy (still does not provide hostname) Accepts 'Play' commands from the server Supports new Audiogalaxy 0.608W protocol Many bugfixes
|Supports file sending (server and client) Supports passive file receiving Database which holds song information for fast share sending MP3 playing routine abstracted Detects if a file is open when receiving Supports ImageNFS properly Transfers are stopped if master server connection is lost Properly supports concurrent connections More bugfixes
|Main pane is now resizable Share speed improved by around 600% Obsolete shares database entries are expired Simple configurator Active file tracking Bugfixes
|Allows connections behind a firewall again and sends the correct IP address to Audiogalaxy
|Search button added to main window Conforms more accurately to the official protocol More efficient use of processor time Many more configuration options Miscellaneous bugfixes and small enhancements
The main Audiogalaxy Satellite program for RISC OS was written by Marc Warne. Some help was also provided by Justin Fletcher including finding out how the new Audiogalaxy protocol works. It is based on the Windows/Linux Audiogalaxy Satellite program written by people at Audiogalaxy itself.
© 2008 Alpha Programming - Design by Marc Warne, GigaTux and Twofo