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By on April 8, 2003, 11:41 AM
While we today are on the subject of Keygens and unreleased software being hacked a small news bit about eMule seems fit.

This is a program similar to Kazza, DC++ or eDonkey2000 only this one currently seems to be the best, it does have it's bugs but overall it's a good product...

And today version 1d got released, [URL=http://emuleplus.sourceforge.net/]so why not give Windows 2003 serv...erm eMule a try?;)[/URL]




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Per Hansson said:
Seems atleast one big bug has been fixed; the previous version would eat up all free ram (200mb!) untill it had connected to a server, this appears to have been solved...The program also seems to use less memory when it's up and running also...
John S said:
Seems kind of unusal to be promoting warez on TechSpot. I hope this site doesn't start going downhill, it's one of my favorites.
TS | Julio said:
eMule is not warez at all.It's an open-source file sharing program, one of the most popular projects at SourceForge, I must add.
Phantasm66 said:
I just tried it. Its a little slow sometimes, methinks, and its also perhaps a little buggy... however, I think with some work it could be good. There is a fair amount of data but nothing compared to what you get on kazaa or with bittorrent from various places, or from IRC. Certainly a lot less than with kazaa, I thought.Still, its an P2P software that hasn't had its creators sued into oblivion yet, and that's always good.
John S said:
I didn't mean emule, I meant the comment about using it to download Windows Server 2003. Not that I have anything against that but it seems an odd place to suggest that. Pay no attention to me though, I'm just talking. :)
TS | Julio said:
Oh ok... I read that too but I took it as a joke. Anyway, glad to hear we are a daily stop for you, hope to see you around more often.
Per Hansson said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by John S [/i][b]I didn't mean emule, I meant the comment about using it to download Windows Server 2003. Not that I have anything against that but it seems an odd place to suggest that. Pay no attention to me though, I'm just talking. :) [/b][/quote]Hi, that was only meant as a joke, sorry if you or anyone else took offence.
Unregistered said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by Phantasm66 [/i][b]I just tried it. Its a little slow sometimes, methinks, and its also perhaps a little buggy... [/b][/quote]Shure its slow at times, but on the other hand, just leave it running over the weekend when youre out on other bussiness and itll work unattended. Thats what i like about eMule.[quote][b]Still, its an P2P software that hasn't had its creators sued into oblivion yet, and that's always good. [/b][/quote] That among the things that makes eMule/eDonkey Network a great choice. They will have a big big problem to shut it down cause there is no one person that is responsible ;)
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