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:
> 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
> 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
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
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
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?
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