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"Daniel B. Thurman" 06-13-2008 04:19 PM

aMule: What is the best met list to use?
 
Well, I am using aMule and I wonder what the best trusted
list to use. I currently have:
http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-best.met

Which came with aMule to start with (I think). Seems that it
was working great for awhile, then the lists started changing
and stopped transferring files I wanted.

I tried to use different met files via the Preferences->Server->
Auto-update serverlist, but in doing so, killed aMule.

Is this a normal situation where file-request-providers just stop
providing files for transfer requests or is there something deeper
here? I am not an expert in the use of P2P - so I have no clue how
it works generally.

I tried switching different P2P Network IPs hoping to get the
download requests restarted.

Any advice?

Thanks!
Dan

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Fennix 06-13-2008 06:16 PM

aMule: What is the best met list to use?
 
On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 12:19 AM, Daniel B. Thurman <dant@cdkkt.com> wrote:



Well, I am using aMule and I wonder what the best trusted

list to use. *I currently have:

http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-best.met



Which came with aMule to start with (I think). *Seems that it

was working great for awhile, then the lists started changing

and stopped transferring files I wanted.



I tried to use different met files via the Preferences->Server->

Auto-update serverlist, but in doing so, killed aMule.



Is this a normal situation where file-request-providers just stop

providing files for transfer requests or is there something deeper

here? *I am not an expert in the use of P2P - so I have no clue how

it works generally.



I tried switching different P2P Network IPs hoping to get the

download requests restarted.



Any advice?



Thanks!

Dan



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Hello Dan,

I always have many problems with a new Fedora install to run aMule.* The default URL that comes with the package that you used often does not work with me.* This time I have found a number of links which I have used but cannot tell you if they are completely ok (meaning trustable)* for use but I am up this time with less problems than before.* The links I have found are as follows:


http://ocbmaurice.dyndns.org/pl/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met
http://ocbmaurice.no-ip.org/pl/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met

http://users.servicios.retecal.es/ljpadillam/Baltab/server.met
http://www.gruk.org/server.met.gz

http://www.peerates.net/servers.php
http://corpo.free.fr/server.met

http://ilgatto.dyndns.org/server.met

http://2z4u.de/slee767u/min/server.met
http://amis33.free.fr/files/server.met
http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download

http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-max.met
http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-good.met

http://ed2x.com/nol0ox74/micro/server.met
http://ed2x.com/nol0ox74/max/server.met
http://ed2x.com/nol0ox74/min/server.met

http://www.esel-paradies.de/liste83/server.met
http://people.freenet.de/mrhussein/good/server.met

http://people.freenet.de/mrhussein/best/server.met
http://people.freenet.de/mrhussein/max/server.met

http://www.srv1000.com/x1/server.met
http://www.filedealer.de/ocb/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met

http://ocbmaurice.dyndns.org/pl/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met
http://users.aber.ac.uk/tpm01/minsrv.html

http://users.aber.ac.uk/tpm01/goodsrv.html
http://users.aber.ac.uk/tpm01/maxsrv.html
http://edonkey.by.ru/servers.shtml

http://www.brainstorm24.com/cgi-bin/server/list.cgi
http://www.edonkey2000.com/servers.html
http://www.fast-downloads.de/server.met

http://server3.hostpoint.ch/~tuningsc/server.met
http://ilgatto.dyndns.org/server.met

I have seen warnings that some of the servers available can give you links that are not trustable....but regardless, to get online I started from the top until I had over 100 servers listed then all appeared to start to work normally.


Fennix

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"Daniel B. Thurman" 06-16-2008 03:37 PM

aMule: What is the best met list to use?
 
Title: Re: aMule: What is the best met list to use?






Daniel B. Thurman wrote:


>


> Well, I am using aMule and I
wonder what the best trusted


> list to use.* I currently have:


> http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-best.met


>


> Which came with aMule to start
with (I think).* Seems that it


> was working great for awhile,
then the lists started changing


> and stopped transferring files I
wanted.


>


> I tried to use different met
files via the Preferences->Server->


> Auto-update serverlist, but in
doing so, killed aMule.


>


> Is this a normal situation where
file-request-providers just stop


> providing files for transfer
requests or is there something deeper


> here?* I am not an expert in the
use of P2P - so I have no clue how


> it works generally.


>


> I tried switching different P2P
Network IPs hoping to get the


> download requests restarted.


>


> Any advice?


>


Apologies, I am having troubles with
my email server getting replies from


which I am unable to keep email
threads consistent, hence this reply.



Responding to: Fennix


================================================== ===


Hello Dan,



I always have many problems with a
new Fedora install to run aMule. The


default URL that comes with the
package that you used often does not work


with me. This time I have found a
number of links which I have used but


cannot tell you if they are
completely ok (meaning trustable) for use but I


am up this time with less problems
than before. The links I have found are


as follows:



http://ocbmaurice.dyndns.org/pl/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met


http://ocbmaurice.no-ip.org/pl/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met


http://users.servicios.retecal.es/ljpadillam/Baltab/server.met


http://www.gruk.org/server.met.gz


http://www.peerates.net/servers.php


http://corpo.free.fr/server.met



http://ilgatto.dyndns.org/server.met


http://2z4u.de/slee767u/min/server.met


http://amis33.free.fr/files/server.met


http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download


http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-max.met


http://ocbmaurice.dyns.net/pl/slist.pl?download/server-good.met


http://ed2x.com/nol0ox74/micro/server.met


http://ed2x.com/nol0ox74/max/server.met


http://ed2x.com/nol0ox74/min/server.met


http://www.esel-paradies.de/liste83/server.met


http://people.freenet.de/mrhussein/good/server.met


http://people.freenet.de/mrhussein/best/server.met


http://people.freenet.de/mrhussein/max/server.met


http://www.srv1000.com/x1/server.met


http://www.filedealer.de/ocb/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met


http://ocbmaurice.dyndns.org/pl/slist.pl/server.met?download/server-best.met


http://users.aber.ac.uk/tpm01/minsrv.html


http://users.aber.ac.uk/tpm01/goodsrv.html


http://users.aber.ac.uk/tpm01/maxsrv.html


http://edonkey.by.ru/servers.shtml


http://www.brainstorm24.com/cgi-bin/server/list.cgi


http://www.edonkey2000.com/servers.html


http://www.fast-downloads.de/server.met


http://server3.hostpoint.ch/~tuningsc/server.met


<http://server3.hostpoint.ch/%7Etuningsc/server.met>


http://ilgatto.dyndns.org/server.met



I have seen warnings that some of
the servers available can give you links


that are not trustable....but
regardless, to get online I started from the


top until I had over 100 servers
listed then all appeared to start to work


normally.



Fennix


================================================== ===





Thank you for your reply.* What do
I do with the above list you


have provided, I mean, how do I get
this into aMule?



Thanks!


Dan Thurman












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