Ccnet.exein newer versions of seafile client for windows

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#1

I just read that ccnet.exe was removed from the client a while ago.
After updating the client on a regular basis - it seems that the ccnet.exe is running happily beside the other two seafile progs under windows.

How can I get rid of the ccnet.exe without provoking any client problems?


#2

i think you understood that wrong. As far as i know ccnet is now included in the linux client and doesn’t have to be installed extra in linux. On WIndows nothing should have changed…


#3

I doubt that. In the old installs a ccnet.exe could be found in windows. In the latest client there was no ccnet.exe anywhere.


#4

Nope, the ccnet parts have all been completely replaced (mostly by directly using libsearpc).
As far as I understood, ccnet was only used for an older transport mode that has been deprecated for some time in favor of HTTP connections.


#5

I confirm: The sync clients newer version operate without the ccnet component (since version 6.2 to be exact). The ccnet.exe is NOT required for syncing - neither when run with the seafile-applet (the “normal” GUI mode) nor as a Windows service.