Postby mardybear » 2014-09-25 13:29
Don't want to derail your thread, but maybe an alternative is the best solution. There might be a reason Debian removed it?
, but if it is unavailable, and you simply must have it,..There might be a reason Debian removed it?
dbip wrote:Hi there,
I used to run amule-daemon in the past. Today I tried to install it again and couldn't find it in the repositories anymore. Is there any alternative I could run to have such a daemon to connect to e2k?
installed mldonkey, which is available in the repositories and it's an alternative to amule-daemon.
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