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I run Shareaza 220.127.116.11 with WINE 0.9.42, and I'm wondering if it's possible to make it handle magnet links. I've noticed that WINE applications can interact with native ones (example: opening URLs with Firefox), but what about the other way around?
There is a sourceforge page for the Linux Shareaza project, dunno whats with the site though - couldn't find anything there.
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Last edited by Simon Bridge; 12-10-2007 at 08:51 AM.
Shareaza (especially the latest version) is actually BETTER than Limewire. To start with, it gets the same search results (assuming you aren't using a filter) because connects to the same network, and will connect to up to 5 ultra-peers (which is EXACTLY what Limewire Pro does that gives you "better/faster results" and whatnot. It also connects to Gnutella2, its own network, as well as eDonkey2000 and Bittorrent. So Shareaza is basically Limewire Pro PLUS G2/eD2k/BT and MINUS the hideous Java interface. The only downside is that it only runs on Windows or WINE, although it could be ported to other platforms because it's Free Software.