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Kazaa lite K++ with crossover works beautifully the latest version with newest features... download the installer... download the dll's that have been named for previous versions numerous times on this board and install (dll's most go in ~/.cxoffice/dotwine/fake_windows/"Program Files"/"Windows"/System folder)
kernel up2date 2. something or other...
Federal law and the federal courts have been quite clear on what is not legal. It is illegal to make available for download copyrighted works without permission of the copyright owner. Court decisions have affirmed this as well. In the recent Grokster decision, for example, the court confirmed that the users of that system were guilty of copyright infringement. And in last year's Aimster decision, the judge wrote that the idea that "ongoing, massive, and unauthorized distribution and copying of copyrighted works somehow constitutes 'personal use' is specious and unsupported."
sounds to me like aslong as you don't share you're fine *l* let the idiots who don't know enough get busted... oh and thats from the RIAA's web page hope they don't try and prosecute me for that
it also says that they are "gathering information" on those who make availabel "substantial" amounts of files... and that they are doing this by searching and downloading files themselves and timestamping the downloads...
if you read notice that the networks common to linux users are the ones RIAA seems most concerned with... hmmm... why might that be?
I have used Kazaa (lite, K++, etc) for like 2 yrs now and I do miss it, but with all the crap going on with the RIAA, AND the aggravation involved with getting it to run in linux, I have just settled on some alternatives like GTK-Gnutella. Having good luck so far, and not worried about the RIAA
Install it, and download some of my files. I am always sharing