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As long as that is believed (and is true probably) then people won't use the gnutella clients, but if more people used the clients, there would be more options/files for gnutella users to d/l. It's shooting yourself in the foot to not use it, because then you are contributing to the lowered use of the network. See the circle this is going in?
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There is a Kazaa client for Linux, you can get it by searcing google. It is made by Kazaa and it's in very early alpha stage, in other words buggy and untested but i read a review that said it works (when its not crashing that is...)
Distribution: Gentoo > current. Have used: Red Hat 7.3, 9, Gentoo 1.4
I cannot find Kazaa 4 Linux ANYWHERE!!! I ran into about 20 dead links to Kazaa saying that the web page doesn't exist. So either they change the link every 3 days or they discontinued it. So if anyone just happens to have the link or file handy, please post either and e-mail address or URL, thanks in advance!
I thought the point of Peer to Peer was the freedom aspect
I thought the point of a peer to peer network was sharing files. In which case Kazaa wins hands down. Kazaa lite is kazaa with the spyware removed, so no need to worry about that. Mldonkey is also a great peer to peer program, but is geared mainly for larger files like ISOs and films. Kazaalite is better for smaller files like music and movie clips.