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messiah
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t0n3 escribió:
messiah escribió:¿soy el unico que aun sigue bajando por descarga directa?


No. Ya te hemos contestado varios xD

Hay muchas alternativas y poco a poco los uploaders se irán unificando hacia los mismos servidores.

Yo de momento no tengo problema con la DD con lo que hay actualmente, es un poco más tedioso en algunos casos, pero sigo + o - igual que antes de lo de MU.

Saludos.


vale vale xD como veía a tanta gente con emule y torrent me imagine que ya nadie bajaba por DD

Cody_Travers
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se me han bajado antes 6 GB de mediafire que 239 MB de letbit... la gente por sacar dos perras
una de las pocas razones por las que me alegraria si la DD se fuese al carajo ( o que al menos no paguen)

elde
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alguien utiliza tribler??

xusclis
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BAZINGA!!!
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Buenas! recomendáis una cuenta real debrid? es cierto que soporta todos los servidores que dice que soporta en su página? esto cómo es posible? cómo lo configuráis con el jd para tener premium en todos esos servidores?
Un saludo! gracias.

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Yo he estado 3 meses con RealDebrid y todo perfecto, recomendado. Si es cierto, aunque ojo, porque algunos tienen límite diario...
Te tienes que bajar el JDownloader Nightly (lo ponen en su web) para que vaya fino...

Saludos

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لحم الخنزير لذيذ
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Carpathia seeks help with Megaupload data

The company looking after the data of closed file-sharing site Megaupload has appealed for help managing the giant pile of information.

US hosting firm Carpathia said maintenance on the 25 petabytes of data was costing it $9,000 (£5,700) a day.

It has filed a court motion to find out what it can do with the data left behind when Megaupload was shuttered.

It suggests getting help paying for the maintenance or starting a programme to give data back to former users.

Data burden
File-sharing site Megaupload was raided and shut down on 20 January in an operation co-ordinated by US authorities who alleged the site was aiding the pirating of copyrighted works.

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (formerly Schmitz) and the firm's senior managers arrested in the raid deny the charges.

When Megaupload was active it signed a deal with Carpathia to act as the hosting firm for all the data members wanted to store.

At the time of the raid, Carpathia was overseeing 25 petabytes of data for Megaupload stored on servers worth about $1.25m (£780,000).

Since the raid, Carpathia has spent about $567,000 maintaining this data even though Megaupload is no longer paying its bills. It cannot delete the data and use the servers for other customers because of the ongoing legal action.

In a statement Carpathia said it had tried in vain for weeks to get permission to start returning data to former customers of Megaupload. With no agreement forthcoming it has filed legal action to force a decision.

Carpathia said one solution would be to briefly restore the Megaupload site and let users retrieve their data. Alternatively it would like someone else to take control of the data or pay to keep the information intact.

The US government and the Motion Picture Association of America, which helped co-ordinate the raid, have said they would not take custody of the data.

"Requiring a third-party like Carpathia to bear the costs of preservation of 25 petabytes — a historically and mind-bogglingly large amount of data — is unduly burdensome," said the hosting firm in its court filing.

Carpathia said one petabyte (one million gigabytes) is big enough to store 13.3 years worth of high definition TV).


Fuente: BBC News
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-17 ... WEET112097

Basicamente Carpathia tiene 25 petabites de datos de MU que le estan costando 9000USD / Dia con todo lo que conlleva, congelados, y primero pidio ayuda economica para mantener esto, ahora directamente ha pasado a la via legal para pedir apoyo economico.

Alberkin
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Areos escribió:Carpathia seeks help with Megaupload data

The company looking after the data of closed file-sharing site Megaupload has appealed for help managing the giant pile of information.

US hosting firm Carpathia said maintenance on the 25 petabytes of data was costing it $9,000 (£5,700) a day.

It has filed a court motion to find out what it can do with the data left behind when Megaupload was shuttered.

It suggests getting help paying for the maintenance or starting a programme to give data back to former users.

Data burden
File-sharing site Megaupload was raided and shut down on 20 January in an operation co-ordinated by US authorities who alleged the site was aiding the pirating of copyrighted works.

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (formerly Schmitz) and the firm's senior managers arrested in the raid deny the charges.

When Megaupload was active it signed a deal with Carpathia to act as the hosting firm for all the data members wanted to store.

At the time of the raid, Carpathia was overseeing 25 petabytes of data for Megaupload stored on servers worth about $1.25m (£780,000).

Since the raid, Carpathia has spent about $567,000 maintaining this data even though Megaupload is no longer paying its bills. It cannot delete the data and use the servers for other customers because of the ongoing legal action.

In a statement Carpathia said it had tried in vain for weeks to get permission to start returning data to former customers of Megaupload. With no agreement forthcoming it has filed legal action to force a decision.

Carpathia said one solution would be to briefly restore the Megaupload site and let users retrieve their data. Alternatively it would like someone else to take control of the data or pay to keep the information intact.

The US government and the Motion Picture Association of America, which helped co-ordinate the raid, have said they would not take custody of the data.

"Requiring a third-party like Carpathia to bear the costs of preservation of 25 petabytes — a historically and mind-bogglingly large amount of data — is unduly burdensome," said the hosting firm in its court filing.

Carpathia said one petabyte (one million gigabytes) is big enough to store 13.3 years worth of high definition TV).


Fuente: BBC News
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-17 ... WEET112097

Basicamente Carpathia tiene 25 petabites de datos de MU que le estan costando 9000USD / Dia con todo lo que conlleva, congelados, y primero pidio ayuda economica para mantener esto, ahora directamente ha pasado a la via legal para pedir apoyo economico.


van a volver a ponerlo a disposicion de sus usuarios o esto es ya una utopia?

Areos
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لحم الخنزير لذيذ
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Ya no he vuelto a oir mas del tema la verdad. Supongo que ya es cosa de darlo todo por perdido.

anderpr
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Esto esta perdido y mas que perdido.
Si no nos han levantado el veto temporalmente para recuperar nuestras cosas personales no nos lo van a permitir nunca.

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Areos escribió:Ya no he vuelto a oir mas del tema la verdad.

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