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I'm a newbie to linux and i'm looking for a good file sharing program, I'm trying out Limewire but i am having problems intalling it cause it requires ''j2re'' i don't know what that is and i do not know how to install it.
About giFt, i just heard of this yesterday. Was connected to kazaa network all night getting a movie and last night getting mp3's. I guess someone else wrote a plugin now. It works, much better than kazaalite + wine i think since this takes no resources compared to kazaa with wine. And can be on several networks all at once fastrack, gnutella, openFT, thats all i know off right now, could be even more plugins.
I just started using mldonkey. I guess its based on eDonkey but can connect to pretty much every network (FastTrack, Gnutella, Bittorent, DC, SoulSeek, etc.). So far its the best filesharing app ive used for linux.
Can not find wxPython modules. Either wxPython is not installed, or it's not in Python's module search path (it could be built for a different version of python interpreter for example). The current search path is ['/usr/bin', '/usr/lib/python2.2', '/usr/lib/python2.2/plat-linux2', '/usr/lib/python2.2/lib-dynload', '/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages', '/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/gtk-2.0']
when attempting to install PySoulSeek on Red Hat 9?
Anyhelp you could provide would be greatly appreciated!
if you have the data to share then nothing comes close to Direct Connect....there is tonnes of hubs on there with around 120 terabytes of data and you can connect to multiple hubs, so you can have hundreds and hundreds terabytes even into the petabytes of data to search through....there is nothing you cannot find...you type it in, you get it.....i personally share about 100gigs and the largest minimum i have ever seen is a hub with a 120gig share, so i pretty much get on any hub, exept that one hub out of approx 4550 hubs....so all i can say...if you have at least 20gigs, or 10gigs minimum of stuff you can share...then i totally recommend Direct Connect.