קבוצת XLink Kai שיחררה עדכון לתוכנה שלה שמאפשרת לשחקנים אשר קיבלו באן
לשחק דרך רשתות Xbox, Xbox360, PS3, PS2, PSP בחינם !!!
זהו צעד ראשון לקראת צעדים הבאים של שיפורים שיבוצעו במהלך
אתר הבית של בית התוכנה: http://teamxlink.co.uk
XLink Kai Updated to 184.108.40.206>> Team XLink released a new version of XLink Kai(info). It is a global gaming network software that allows you to play system-link enabled games (on Xbox, Xbox360, PS3, PS2, PSP, ...) online for free:
[We at Team XLink are delighted by the recent record setting increase in online player counts and are continuing to optimize our network and software to facilitate sustained growth.
In the past weeks, we have migrated our core services to a much faster server generously provided by MoxieColo. We have also updated our Orbital Code to access a separate back-end from our main page and forum--eliminating one single point of failure from our network operations.
More exciting, we are proud to present our latest update to the Kai Tunnelling system: Kai 220.127.116.11. Unlike previous updates, this will be a 'soft update' so we requests users uninstall their previous Kai installation and install the new version provided at the link below.
Among other features, this iteration of Kai boasts much faster performance, improved Vista support, and a streamlined update mechanism for improved security and stability. We have also added greater accessibility and usability options through enhanced support of Asian character sets (selectable via configuration) and user-selectable font resizing. Most importantly, however, this utilizes a retooled orbital selection mechanism which not only eases Kai network congestion but also makes connecting to Kai a faster and less cumbersome user experience.
Please take a moment to uninstall your current Kai installation and download / install the following: XLinkKai-18.104.22.168-win32.msi
This is the first step in a number of exciting updates we will be rolling out over the upcoming weeks.
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16.04.2008, 10:55 #1
16.04.2008, 11:02 #2
אתה מוכן להסביר לי מה זה קשור לפורום PS3?
16.04.2008, 11:13 #3
זה קשור להכל,
אם יקרה וסוני יתחילו לתת גם באנים, זה הפתרון.
אבל יותר מזה, תחשוב שאתה תוכל לשחק כמשתמש X360!הזמנות ל-"Lockerz" אצלי!!!
16.04.2008, 11:46 #4
16.04.2008, 12:29 #5
כן, הכוונה שבמקום לשחק נגד אנשים ב-PS3 תוכל לשחק נגד אנשים ב-X360.הזמנות ל-"Lockerz" אצלי!!!
16.04.2008, 12:34 #6
16.04.2008, 16:55 #7
זה משהו שדווקא לא תוכלו לעשות.
זו בסך הכל רשת שמדמה חיבור רשת ביתית על גבי האינטרנט.Keep it clean
16.04.2008, 22:33 #8
17.04.2008, 09:52 #9
המחשב מדמה קונסולה ובכך הוא מתחבר כמכשיר תומך לכל דבר.
הרשת היא וירטואלית.
03.07.2008, 13:02 #10
הרשת ממשיכה להשתפר עם עדכונים והם הוציא כבר את גירסת XLink Kai 7.4 Beta
להלן השיפורים החדשים:
XLink Kai 7.4 Beta released>> Team XLink released a new version of their global gaming network (that allows you to play system-link enabled games (incl. Xbox and 360) online for free):
What's the point?
XLink Kai(info) 7.4 began a few months ago to address the following issues:
1. Internationalization - the existing Kai UI does not support many languages and character encodings.
2. Platform Independence - Linux and OS X client software is no longer feature compatible with the Windows client
3. Unified Development - numerous versions and variants of the engine and client exist creating compatibility issues and fragmented development/support.
Team XLink prides itself as a 'Global Community' of gamers. To us, this means people who speak different languages, who use different Operating Systems, and who live all over the globe should be able to connect with one another and make Team XLink their home. Our year to year userbase growth and concurrent player statistics tells us we've been making excellent strides towards our global ambitions. Still, to truly move forward with the project, we need to address infrastructure and compatibility issues so that we have a solid platform that encourages further growth. Kai 7.4 addresses these issues and provides a solid foundation for future plan that simply would not be possible with the previous versions of Kai.
So what's new?
The biggest change to Kai is somewhat invisible--the code. Kai was designed primarily as a Windows-based system with compatibility for Linux/OS X (and other *nix systems) added later through the Kaid project and numerous third-party clients. This created a rift in development where any features added to the Windows Engine and Client needed to be added to Kaid and the third-party clients needed to be updated. A small change in the Windows client required all the other clients to be updated. Updates to the Windows engine (ex: new PSP MAC addresses) required Kaid be updated. As developer interest in Kaid and the many clients waned, it has become increasingly difficult to add any new features without breaking existing compatibility for those not using Windows. To address this, Kai 7.4 uses a single codebase and non-proprietary libraries so that the same code that compiles the Windows binary also compiles under Linux, OS X, BSD, etc. This required removing all the MFC code from Kai and replacing it with platform-independent alternatives like the Boost and wxWidgets libraries. With this unified codebase, future updates and changes will be made available on all supported Operating Systems at the same time.
The most visible change found in Kai 7.4 is the Client Web UI. Instead of designing multiple User Interfaces for every supported OS and every language we decided to drawn on the strength of existing cross-platform technology: the web browser. The Kai 7.4 engine contains a small web server which serves the client to your web browser (Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer(info), etc.) and communication between the web browser and the Engine is achieved using Ajax programming. Aside from the obvious elimination of platform compatibility issues, switching to a browser-based client has some wonderful side effects:
1. Updates and additions to the client are served immediately without the need to restart the Engine.
2. The client is 'skinable' allowing users to develop and share their own customizations.
3. Kai can integrate other web technologies such as streaming audio and video.
4. Kai can be controlled using embedded systems with compatible web browsers (ex: iPhone).
5. The Kai engine can be accessed and controlled remotely via the web browser ( chat from work/school )
Another notable improvement found in Kai 7.4 is the support for uPnP routers. Most modern routers support uPnP allowing on-the-fly port mapping. When started behind a uPnP router, Kai just works--no port forwarding or router configuration required.
Lastly, all language has been stripped out of both the Engine and the Web UI Client and replaced with language templates. Currently, English and Japanese translations are available; however, support for Korean, Spanish, and many other languages are being added as translation becomes available through the community.
Official Site/Downloads: http://teamxlink.co.uk