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aMule

aMule provides an eMule like connection to the ed2k and kademlia networks. You can install aMule as a monolitic client or as a deamon (without GUI) which can be accessed over amuleweb, amulecmd or amulegui.

Installation

aMule (monolitic)

 apt-get install amule

aMule Daemon

 apt-get install amule-daemon

 adduser amuleusername

 amuleweb --write-config --host=localhost --password=password --admin-pass=anotherpasswo

...to generate /home/amuleusername/.aMule/remote.conf.

 echo -n yourpasswordhere | md5sum | cut -d ' ' -f 1

...and copying the string into your amule.conf and remote.conf files.

You can start amule as a daemon after editing /etc/init.d/amule-daemon file and specify

 AMULED_USER="amuleusername"

Start the service

 service amule-daemon start

Use

aMule (monolitic)

aMule Daemon

Note: aMuleGUI (2.1.0) is still quite buggy an some features aren't working.

Firewall

Don't forget to open all needed ports.

Remote access

Web access


CategoryNetworkApplication