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    P2P on Linux?


    Is there a popular known P2P network on Linux? I have some videos that are too large to send via mail and have a group 30-45 users that transfer back and fourth.

    Also wont mind looking up some MP3's as well.

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    this will work with Fedora Core 2?

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    IMHO, the best p2p for Linux is Limewire. It does require Java though.

    Happy downloading!!



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    If you're into Direct Connect, check out dcgui-qt.

    Good luck

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    i have limewire and its great, im not too fond of the interface but yeah well, it works.
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    It (limewire) definitely offers the most music.

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    so I need Java for (limewire) to work. Is this something I can get using "APT-GET"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlwill
    so I need Java for (limewire) to work. Is this something I can get using "APT-GET"?
    Yep... u should be able to get it
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    aMule works nice to, gui is great just like the eMule on win.....

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