Bittorrent works on PC, Mac and Linux.
Stop finding excuses such as: "I use Mac/Linux and I can't use Bittorrent," because they WORK.
yes i thought so too Bittorent works on all OS.. Bittcomet is da best
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yer bitcomet works on nething, even on computers at uni, which are like wired with so much god dam security measures, u dont even have to touch the program files, u can install it in my documents and it still works, so yer its one of those very reflexable programs
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... Can't use bittorrent on Linux? I have a dual boot on my PC and I use Bittorrent just fine on Linux. Plus, nobody can really host music for direct download, freely distributing it from your servers can get you in trouble with the RIAA. I recommend bittorrent and for those extra hard to find songs, soulseek.Originally Posted by kenwa
Azureus owns bitcomet, bittornado, ABC, and all those other torrent programs.
What kind of music are you looking for?
i know some direct dl sites. they most host japanese music but will host a few american songs. go here:
the webowner has a ton of links so if you dont find something there then look through the links.
if your wanting specific american music then your gonna have to use either a torrent or irc.
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The closest thing to direct d/ling mp3's is FTP but you've gotta know the right ppl to get on them. Anyone know a good public one or a really good private one and is willing to share?
I haven't checked that many threads in this forum (Ihardly ever visit) but I'm supprised someone hasn't mentioned www.radioblogclub.com, just search for the tracks you want let them load fully, copy them from your temp internet folders (they are the .RBS files) and rename them as .mp3 in windows media player.
Its free (and highly illegal) and there is a huge library of music, although it dosen't seem to write to tem internet files when using firefox, so use ie instead.
For the nOObs out there, you can find temp internet files by clicking tools (look at the top of your screen), internet settings and in the middle of the window where it says tempory internet files click settings, then click view files in the new window. Look for the .RBS files (helps if you view all the items with their details i.e. change the view), copy them to your music, open each one in media player, then go to file/save as, and just put .mp3 at the end of the file name.