Well, im not going to say that you guys helped a lot, but thanks to the people that complete their threads and give solutions to the problems.
I have finally got apollon to run, here are some tips on how to go about it.
1. make sure you in a non-root account
2. I tried to use the All-In-One package but that never got me anywhere, I couldn't even locate the directory that it was installed in.
3. You will need several apps to complete the installation like gcc, Qt, ext.. the best way to solve this is to use the distribution CD's and install all the development packages that you can find, as well as anything to do with KDE, if all fails just install everything, you may need something for a different package.
4. Apollon requires GiFT, FastTrack, Gnutella which you will find here http://sourceforge.net/projects/gift
thats if you are NOT using the ALL-IN-ONE. NB! keep in-mind that things keep changing and that you may need to download a different set of giFT packages in time, refer to the README files in apollon packages they will give you the links for the plugins, dont worry to much on what the webpages have to offer they might confuse you.
5. And remember to do "gift-setup" and make sure you set the first option to "1", also take note of where you are downloading your stuff, if you need to make a new folder, so you know were to find it then do it. i used ~/download and created a new folder in my home dir. One last thing, if you include other plugins like FastTrack you will need to do it here, type Gnutelle:OpenFT:FastTrack to initialize it.
6. to install Apollon you will need to switch to root, you can do this with "su" and type in the password using the terminal.
7. Thats about it, remember to breath!
8. Those you have read the whole Web-Strick thing please tell others about it, this is yet another reason why we need to fight together