Re: What's the best music sharing/downloading software for linux
Sandip P Deshmukh wrote:
giFTcurs is only the client. You need to run the server (giFT) as well.
The server is updated constantly! You really need to use CVS. I kept the
same version for a week and got messages asking me to upgrade to the
Rob Weir wrote:
On Sat, Oct 12, 2002 at 01:01:47PM +0200, Mathias De Belder wrote:
And as others have already pointed out: giFT is a project that's just
starting out, you should keep your eye on that one too for the future.
Is giFT packaged anywhere? I found some packages for giFT-curs (a
curses frontend), but none for giFT itself.
oh! where did you get giFT curs packages? can i use them on my debian
woody 3.0? i will like to give it a try. i am really missing kazaa
lite on linux.
The install is pretty straight forward though.
I'm currently running a server, that is accessible to all (not a very
good idea, you won't be
able to share files...).
If anyone in this group is interested, you are free to try it out to get
an idea of what
giFT is like. (hopefully your downloads won't end up on my computer and
the server is server.crasseux.com
Search for family guy, there's always a bunch of episodes.
Here's the giftcurse website (notice the nice deb package):