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I've been looking for that for ages, and it seems everyone agrees that the only way to run kazaa on linux is to run wine. Tried.. Not a painless process, but I got it working after about 40 hours of trying and failing..
Location: a tiny place caled hendrik ido ambacht in the netherlands
Distribution: SuSE, debian, slackware, lfs
You can run kazaa lite with wine emulation, but you'l need to be root to run it.
I would suggest mldonkey. It's the best p2p in my opinion. It can hook up to fast track, soulseek, bit torrent, donkey and more.
If you're a newbie, as your sig suggests, then I would suggest that you don't try to get kazaa working under wine. If you want to access the kazaa network, then use something like giFT, it's a *lot* less painless, especially for a newb