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How would i make a program like kali...where users get in a game # and group..then when they are ready to play they click a button..then they launch....and it loads the game and they are all playing online...like a grouping connection to play? THANKS! Eric
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Kali is a IPX wrapper that fools your computer to think you
are on a local network.

This is kinda hard to do as it's more a driver than a program.

I bet you need to do alot of C++ programing to make it work.

Mr. Fixit
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I wan make program like KALI, you can help me.
Thanks.
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