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Do you know a program that's similar with DC++? I tried lmule ,but i can't find lmule for slackware,(10.1), i can't install from source code it gives me an error....
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    Do you know a program that's similar with DC++?
    I tried lmule ,but i can't find lmule for slackware,(10.1), i can't install from source code it gives me an error.

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    You could give Limewire a shot (it does require that java be installed, but you'd have to get around to that anyway, most likely):

    http://www.limewire.com/english/content/home.shtml
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    use dcgui-qt ( or Valknut, the name of new version of dcgui-qt ). Its DAMN Good man !!!! Valknut Roxxx !!!!

    go to Valknut homepage : http://dcgui.berlios.de/

    Theres a separate Slackware version available as well.

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    Re: DC++

    Quote Originally Posted by strycnine
    Do you know a program that's similar with DC++?
    I tried lmule ,but i can't find lmule for slackware,(10.1), i can't install from source code it gives me an error.
    there should be slack packages for amule and xmule
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    limewire is not bad and slack supports it out of the box without having to install anything extra
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    www.freshmeat.net also has a slackware package of lmule, may not be 10.1 but it should still work

    also, what type of error do you get when installing from the source?
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    http://www.nongnu.org/mldonkey/

    best there is, IMHO

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