You could try napshare - http://napshare.sourceforge.net/
Pretty good automation facilities apparently.
I was reading somewhere that the longer a client is left to run, the
more reliable it gets. (Don't know how accurate that is!)
On Mon, 2002-06-24 at 12:56, Padraig Brady wrote:
> OK having never looked for mp3s before,
> and having got a request by someone, I'm confused.
>> I downloaded gnapster but then thought that napster.com
> is dead. Are there other servers running the napster
> protocol, and wouldn't there have to be a central
> "clearing house" server in any case? Is gnutella one
> of these servers or does it run a different protocol.
> Basically what's going on? search engines really break
> down once you mention mp3. The amount of signal is
>> In summary I would appreciate if someone could tell me
> the best linux client and the best server to connect to.
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