I shortly searched for other small clients connecting to fasttrack and found the
following: MLDonkey for Win32 and Linux as well ...
From the description: It connects to many p2p networks.
"... MLDonkey is a multi-network file-sharing client. It was the first open-source client to access eDonkey. It runs as a daemon, that can be controlled through telnet (command-line), HTTP (Web pages), and many different GUIs. It is written in Objective-Caml. It can currently access eDonkey, Overnet, Fasttrack (KaZaA, Imesh), Gnutella, Gnutella2 (Shareaza), BitTorrent, and Soulseek. Support for other networks (Direct Connect, Open Napster) is only partial. ..."
(Source: http://osx.freshmeat.net/projects/mldonkey...pic_id=251%2C89 -
read on 05/09/2003)
that sounds quite cool, cause I can connect to both soulseek and fasttrack -
I orginally just serached for another fasttrack client to see if my kazaa share my files correctly :)
thanks anyway, david.