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Question Monitor Incoming Searches. Save to TXT??

I was wondering if there is any way, or any specific client for the gnutella network that allowed the user to Enable the monitor function and then save the incoming search terms as a TXT file or in some sort of database program.
For example in Limewire it says, Show last, [ # ] searches..... i set it to 5000 and looked through them. I would like to save the list to my hard drive as a txt or similar. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
-Mike
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Default As far as I am aware...

I know of no program that does this. Another idea for my program! Thanks!
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Unhappy @ beckerist:

how do you think would this forum look like if everybody would reply on the questions he does _not_ know the answer?

who are you, writing over 8 posts per day, saying almost nothing constructive.

wouldn't you prefer one helpful answer instead of many replys with garbage?

please take a moment, and think about it.
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I took no offense, but please check your private messages michas.

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Smile @guest:

unfortunately I haven't found such a servent, too.
but you can try, to use gnut, together with something like expect. so you should be able to get the wanted functionality.
another way would be to write a little perl script (there is a gnutella module), listening and writing the wanted data.

pretty hacky, I know.
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Alright- that looks possible- do you have any more information on how to do it with gnut and expect?
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Default Here Is a perl script

Here is a perl script I found that uses Gnutella. I am not too sure if this will help, but it's bound to help someone!
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do you have any more information on how to do it with gnut and expect?
I haven't, but as always www.google.com has.
(ask for "gnut" and for "expect")
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Thumbs up Alright... perl.

Ok i'm not a perl programmer, but i'm reading through the code and it appears to be a client, and not a search query monitor. If i'm wrong, would someone let me know how to use this script in order to log search queries?

I'm currently searching google for gnut and expect-
I will let you guys know if I have success there.

Any other suggesions or clients?
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Exclamation gnut and expect

I have looked at both of these and dont think i have the technical knowledge to use them to do what i want... any help with them? or any suggestions for other ways to log the search queries from the monitor screen of something like limewire or any other client to a txt file for analysis and viewing would be VERY VERY appreciated. Thanks
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