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here's what ive discovered from my first failings at installing apollon...
1)there is a bug in the installer in how it checks that whoever runs it has root privilages. you can get round this error by running the installer as a normal user (not su or root) then entering roots password when prompted.
2)when all is installed and working, it complains about files not existing in your come directory, you have to copy them manually from the apollon install directory.
If you want access to the FastTrack Network from apollon I reccomend you take the following stepsonly works with mandrake-I'm sure similar systems operate on other distros)
1. "URPMI gift-fasttrack"
2. "URPMI apollon"
3. "gift-setup" - make first option anything but zero(0) and when enter the word "FastTrack"(same caps) as the protocol option.
4. Run apollon
If you have any problems post in this forum I will moniter it.
Distribution: K/Ubuntu 10.04/12.04, Scientific Linux 6.3, Android-x86, Maemo
I too was looking for a P2P filesharing client that could hook to the KaZaa network (FastTrack). I'm looking to replace the Windoze network on my martial art's instructor's network with Linux, but needed a KaZaa client to appease his 25 yr old daughter and 15 yr old son. When I was searching, Apollon is what came up...