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Yeah I realized that Audiogalaxy's dead. After have been using it for 4 hours they shut it down! And I personally believed that Audiogalaxy was the best MP3 sharing program I've ever used in linux.
The direct-connect program you're talking about, is it "dctc" you mean? If that't the one then there's actually a gui aswell called "dc-gui".
Anyway I tried to use it, with the gui, and I once made it connect to a hub. After about 4 hours after killing direct connect I then realized that something ate up my bandwidth and realized that the "dctc" still was loaded into memory and people where downloading from me!
Should perhaps try the "dctc" only not using "dc_gui" to check if that's any better...
Theirs news all over about AG. big big trouble with the MPA. search for it on CNN.com er some where big, you'll find info on it. It's basically what happend to napster and morpheous... er scour(?) only not as technical.
Thanks for signing the Digital Millenium Act Bush! That helps out a whole bunch!. *coughgrrrrcouugh*
Since no-one is likely to openly and blatently say 'here, have my ftp site, and copy all the music you like from it', you'd be best to set yourself up an Instant Messanger ID and have it in your profile.