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  • Kazaa

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  • Shareaza

    1 2.13%
  • Other - please specify

    43 91.49%
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    P2P file sharing


    Which P2P file sharing app do you use, if any?

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    gtk-gnutella.

    why no listing for gtk-gnutella or limewire? most people here use either of those. who would run KaZaA on *nix through wine though?? there are too many ads and such. or is there now a (better) linux version of KaZaA?

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    LimeWireLinux, the same i used to have when i was using Windows

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    I use the Direct Connect network. I wrote my own client:
    http://www.dolda2000.com/~fredrik/doldaconnect/

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    Right now all I use is Azureus/BitTorrent.
    I should check out LimeWire.

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    Limewire.
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    Azureus/BitTorrent and very (very) ocasionally limewire
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    When I want an album, I use bt (if I can find the torrent).

    When I want a song, gtk-gnutella (is there anything better? ).

    I used to use dc when I was obsessed with archiving every movie available in DiVX, but I no longer worry about that. After all...who has time to watch movies?
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    aMule, because of the international trafic limitations my ISP has, I use aMule with an ipfilter.
    For some files that I cant find on aMule I go to Kazaa ou BitTorrent

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarumont
    I used to use dc when I was obsessed with archiving every movie available in DiVX, but I no longer worry about that. After all...who has time to watch movies?
    Indeed, who has the time to watch movies?

    Anime, on the other hand -- who'd survive without it?

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