This thread is for people who enjoy using linux and have tried filesharing apps that may be useful to other linux users. If you do not like linux or have something negative to post regarding it, then please dont do so in this thread.
If you use linux on a regular basis what file sharing apps have you tried or currently use that is somewhat as good as k-lite? Please post the app name, the distro of linux you use, and a link to the app if you like.
Please do not post any windows filesharing apps that can be run under "wine" (windows emulator)
Although wine works for some, it is unstable and for the most part pertains to windows apps not linux.
So far I have used the edonkey2000 client for linux http://www.edonkey2000.com/downloads.html
This app needs a core to function and you can use the command line client (boring for filesharing) or a gtk gui frontend client which is somewhat better.
this client is not that good, I would prefer something a lot better and the servers at most have about 200,000 users on at one time which does not compare to kazaa's 3 million + users online at any given time. the queue times take a while and there arent too many sources for particular files.
Btw has anyone used bittorent on linux?