Kazaa for Mac

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  • Reply 61 of 72
    Quote:

    Originally posted by A@ron

    Well I've got OpenFT, FastTrack, and Gnutella all working on one app. It took a lot of work in the terminal but there are some good directions on the net.



    Step 1: download fink

    Step 2: install gift

    Step 3: install the FastTrack plugin

    Step 4: Install Poisioned frontend.



    It takes time on the CLI to accomplish this but it can be done and frankly works very well! I would post a picture but I have no place to host it so I will just add someone elses screen shot of it in action.



    A@ron

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    I've tried alla that and here's the error message I get when I try and "make"::



    [*******'s Computer:~/giFT] ********% make

    make all-recursive

    Making all in lib

    source='array.c' object='array.lo' libtool=yes \\

    depfile='.deps/array.Plo' tmpdepfile='.deps/array.TPlo' \\

    depmode=gcc /bin/sh ../depcomp \\

    /bin/sh ../libtool --mode=compile gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I/sw/include -I/usr/include -g -Wall -Ddlsym=dlsym_prepend_underscore -g -Wall -c -o array.lo `test -f 'array.c' || echo './'`array.c

    ../libtool: s%^.*/%%: No such file or directory

    ../libtool: -e: command not found

    *** Warning: inferring the mode of operation is deprecated.

    *** Future versions of Libtool will require -mode=MODE be specified.

    ../libtool: -e: command not found

    ../libtool: -e: command not found

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    : compile: cannot determine name of library object from `'

    make[2]: *** [array.lo] Error 1

    make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

    make: *** [all] Error 2



    Any suggestion(s) as how to correct this? A@ron? anyone?
  • Reply 62 of 72
    aquaticaquatic Posts: 5,602member
    Placebo if you want you can post it.



    Quote:

    Heh, yeah, how true. My roommate (a PC user) accumulated 83 (non fatal) virii from Kazaa last year... By the end he thought it was funny, and tried to accumulate more. I wonder how many PCs on the school network he infected....



    Haha that reminds me of my old roommate. He said he took his Gateway to the store and it had thousands of virii literally. Don't know if I believe him or Gateway personell but he found it funny and so did I. PC virii are funny. I mean using OS X I just find virii funny. There are 0 virii for OS X, they should list that as a Feature, and stop handing out Virex with .Mac.



    What's all this about DC Proud iBook Owner 2k2, you are very excited about it, like it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. Since it's like Carracho or HL you can't just search for a particular song right? You have to bother whining at admins to get them to let you in. Sounds tedious and I remember reading about command line stuff. If it doesn't have a good Aqua GUI I won't waste time with it.
  • Reply 63 of 72
    placeboplacebo Posts: 5,767member
    Here it is:







    This is a slightly older version of the icon (drop shadow has been added and I am going for the Liberty bell instead of the Statue of liberty, because the Statue looks like crap when the icon is scaled to 50 x50), and doesn't reflect some recent tweaks. But this is roughly what it will look like.



    EDIT: How the hell do you post images?!
  • Reply 64 of 72
    serranoserrano Posts: 1,806member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Aquatic

    Placebo if you want you can post it.

    You have to bother whining at admins to get them to let you in. Sounds tedious and I remember reading about command line stuff.




    No and No.



    It's based on a share limit. x amount of gb's, and x amount of share slots open gets you in.
  • Reply 65 of 72
    amorphamorph Posts: 7,112member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Proud iBook Owner 2k2

    KaZaA is a virus brooding ground. Well for Window$ anyway... you never know... there could be a multiplatform virus that could kill your system......



    This is one of the single great reasons why I hope KaZaA never comes to the Mac in its full form. One of the great joys of being a Mac user (and being the go-to guy for less technically inclined Mac users) is that I don't have to spend hours or days trying to nurse some poor Mac back to health because of this kind of crap. KaZaA has already polluted my university's network with its junk, and since we run Exchange, Outlook and Word pervasively, it takes very little for virii to spread all over the place.



    I treasure the fact that I can come back to my Mac, and open email with impunity (I have remote linking turned off), and surf with impunity, and otherwise not watch my Cube melt down the way I've watched far too many PCs melt down.



    Until KaZaA finds some way to fix their disgusting business model, I hope they stay far away from my platform of choice.
  • Reply 66 of 72
    der kopfder kopf Posts: 2,275member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by serrano

    It's based on a share limit. x amount of gb's, and x amount of share slots open gets you in.



    Which infallibly got me into problems with my 20 GB iBook HD (with system and apps and personal files running more than 10 GB, leaving less than about 8 -for with Apple, and many others maybe, 20 GB = 18.6... GB- for sharing place, but you have to count out the system level swapping ground, so say about 6, and nobody would willfully clog their HD to fullness, so you leave open about a gig, so I have a small 5 gig share. Doesn't do much good if the minimum is 10 GB, 20 GB or more (of course, things will change as soon as my 320 GB "Big Disk" is rolled in).
  • Reply 67 of 72
    aquaticaquatic Posts: 5,602member
    Amorph are you worried about virii? You know there are no OS X virii.
  • Reply 68 of 72
    bartobarto Posts: 2,246member
    But if Kazaa comes to Mac, there may well be the occasional Mac OS X virii.



    Barto
  • Reply 69 of 72
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Barto

    But if Kazaa comes to Mac, there may well be the occasional Mac OS X virii.



    Barto




    ...If KaZaA comes to Mac then how are virii just gonna appear outta nowhere?
  • Reply 70 of 72
    groveratgroverat Posts: 10,872member
    Not only are there no OSX virii, "virii" isn't even a word.



    Viruses, people, viruses. Fake Latinizing doesn't make you smart.



    *hugs*
  • Reply 71 of 72
    amorphamorph Posts: 7,112member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Proud iBook Owner 2k2

    ...If KaZaA comes to Mac then how are virii just gonna appear outta nowhere?



    If KaZaA comes to Mac it means that the people who write all that spyware and adware - the people who pay KaZaA's bills - have agreed to port their crap over. Virii will follow as soon as the writers can figure out how.



    I'm as worried about the "legitimate" spyware and adware as I am about the viruses, since in practice there's little difference between the two. I've seen them both destroy Windows machines.
  • Reply 72 of 72
    ast3r3xast3r3x Posts: 5,012member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Amorph

    If KaZaA comes to Mac it means that the people who write all that spyware and adware - the people who pay KaZaA's bills - have agreed to port their crap over. Virii will follow as soon as the writers can figure out how.



    I'm as worried about the "legitimate" spyware and adware as I am about the viruses, since in practice there's little difference between the two. I've seen them both destroy Windows machines.




    screw kazaa i wanted a kazaa client and mIMAC has given it to me
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