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    hippychick's Avatar Memo, what memo? BT Rep: +5
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    ok, I've used k-lite which sucks and currently using Ares which is starting to suck...So I thought I would step out and get brave and try something new like e-mule. The only thing I dl are movies so is this a good prog for movies? Is it easy to find movie?
    Will it slow down my comp?
    Also, all I have to do is dl and install and run it like Ares?
    Also what are clients? I think I read that u have to use a client?
    I'm really quiet confussed on anthing other then ares/klite interface but I'm willing to learn.

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    Also, all I have to do is dl and install and run it like Ares?

    you just install it like Ares and K-lite

    Also what are clients? I think I read that u have to use a client?

    A Client is a version of the program, because eMule is opensource the are various different versions (eMule, eMule Plus, MorphXT, etc) these are client and which one you choose is up to you.
    There are 10 types of people in the world those who understand binary and those who dont

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    hippychick's Avatar Memo, what memo? BT Rep: +5
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    thanks obiewan for shedding some light
    Which do u feel is better... the e-mule ike posted or e-mule plus for beginners?

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    the emule that ike posted is the official build (the one that the others are based on). emule plus has a 'prittier' GUI and i think is easier for beginners.

    www.emuleplus.info

    a lot of which client you choose is down to personal preferance
    There are 10 types of people in the world those who understand binary and those who dont

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    Go with a mod in my opinion....
    One thing you need to be aware of with eMule is that to get a decent speed going, the file your downloading needs to have a few sources, ie: the more sources the better the down speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObiWan
    the emule that ike posted is the official build (the one that the others are based on). emule plus has a 'prittier' GUI and i think is easier for beginners.

    www.emuleplus.info

    a lot of which client you choose is down to personal preferance
    I know another dumb question...lol
    I checked out the site...do I dl the installer, bianary and sources? and if I do will they all link togather?

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    you only need 1
    either the installer or binary
    the installer runs through an installation wisard like most other software
    the binary is just the files in a zip and has to be set manually
    There are 10 types of people in the world those who understand binary and those who dont

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    ok, here goes nothing lol...got it dl and about to install it...will I need to port fwd if I have a router or can I bypass or use the same ports as ares?

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    you should forward the TCP and UDP ports you configured in emule, you should use different ports then ares, just in case you want to use ares while your files sit there queued :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vargas
    you should forward the TCP and UDP ports you configured in emule, you should use different ports then ares, just in case you want to use ares while your files sit there queued :p
    lol o no dont tell me e-mule stays q'ued forever...
    Ares stays connecting for days.

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