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Hi all I want to install my new Linux operating system SuSE 9.2 Professional Before I had used aMule on Mandrake Community 10.1. That was a great experience for me ...
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    aMule or xMule for SuSE 9.2


    Hi all

    I want to install my new Linux operating system SuSE 9.2 Professional

    Before I had used aMule on Mandrake Community 10.1. That was a great

    experience for me because of its download speed rather than eMule on

    Windows. Can you help me which aMule release i must use on SuSE 9.2??

    Thanks...

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    Under SuSE 9.1, I couldn't get either aMule or xMule to work, both chrashed after a few seconds. Not a clue as to why, but I didn't care all that much (It was probably a dependency issue, though). As for which version to try, I'd say the latest
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    your probably going to want the most recent release, but Suse has you an automated package manager. I belive a command like this should install the most stable release.

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    Thanks to you. I have installed rpm packages with their dependencies
    of aMule 2.0.0rc8 and there is not problem in downloading files.

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