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    File Sharing Client fuer Linux

    hi leute,

    welches File Sharing Programm (fuer Linux) koennt Ihr mir nach dem Tod von Audiogalaxy empfehlen?
    Gibt es eine Alternative?
    Ich verwende derzeit LimeWire und bin nicht allzu gluecklich damit.


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    Last edited by major; 22-09-2002 at 23:28.

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    soulseek - http://www.slsk.org/

    ich muss zugeben, ich verwends nicht (weil ich zur zeit gar keine filesharing- programme verwende), kenn aber einige, die davon ziemlich begeistert sind.

    mfg, Chris
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    dc++

    is open source, und du findest alles was du willst; einziger Nachteil: Du solltest midestens 50 GB sharen, besser 80;
    this is Unix land. In silent nights, you can hear Windows machines reboot...

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    DC++ Client : General : Is there / will there be a linux version? Print send FAQs by e-mailwrite comment
    Question:
    Answer: Maybe. The code is written with portability in mind, but uses the windows api for the GUI (I just hate all those half-unix, half-windows gui's that look and work like shit on either of the platforms)...one fine day, I might sit down and port it to linux, or if you feel compelled, you're most welcome to give it a try...but right now, I'm aiming for a bit more stable version, so if i'm to port it, it will probably take a while...
    Until then, try wine (the windows emulator), I've heard success stories from some people at least...
    also is damit nicht viel anzufangen wenn mans nicht selber umschreiben kann

    schau dir mal dies an

    oder
    dies


    Greets X :coolsmile

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