> import_temp "<edonkey temp directory path>"
eDonkey --> MLD
Simply use import_temp with the eDonkey temp dir or make it like discribed in ImportDownload
eMule --> MLD (old and secure way)
Try to import partial downloads from an official eDonkey client.
The 'import_temp works with Edonkey and eMule/lMule files. Here's a rough translation from the FAQ section of the german MLD board:
- install Edonkey 2000 v. 61
- move your eMule downloads into the eDonkey tmp directory
- start eDonkey, wait until hashing ends
- quit eDonkey
- start MLD
- Console or telnet-interface: import_temp path_to_EDtmpdir/name_of_EDtmpdir
- wait longer
- try to wait..........
(I know of one who grew impatient after 30 minutes. As I can't speak from experience I was wondering how long others have been waiting.) MLD 2.04r1 imports emule temp files. But not bugfree - at some tempfiles it loses chunks so keep you backups!
eMule --> MLD
import_temp works fine with the eMule temp-dir Tested with v2.5.28 without any problems. You can see progress on console with \"-stdout true\". My sancho and kmldonkey lost connection during import.