Good p2p proggie?

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  1. narcisis

    narcisis Active Member

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    Hey can anyone recommend a P2P program? I do NOT want to install Kazaa on my new rig, I was hoping something has came out better by now. (I've been offline quite a few months).

    Any help appreciated :cool:
     
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    I hear that paying for programs is the new "in" thing... You should try it :roofles:
     
  3. Rob

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    Use bit torrent to download all of your linux isos.
     
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    Who's to say I didn't wanna find pr0n? :naughty:
     
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    that reminds me that I came back to OT only to find teh LF shut down :wtc:
     
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    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    :werd: BT is the shit for big files. For small things, giFT is excellent.
     
  7. narcisis

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    Yea I have BT, but I need a GUI for it don't I? I've seen a few around but they all charge, which really I wouldn't mind paying if I could know before hand what of kind shit is on there.
     
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    babygodzilla I love rice

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    BT charges? huh?
     
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    just fucking buy your software/movies LEGALLY
     
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    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    WTF? Just get Azureus.
     
  11. Ivy Mike

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    Azureus for a BT client

    Limewire for a P2P client

    Yellow Pages for a lawyer when you get caught

    BTW, Porn falls in the same category as CD's and software. Pirating porn will land you in a heap of shit just as pirating music or software would.
     
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    This is true that the copyright laws apply evenly to all works. But the porn industry has less money and desire to go after sharers. I thought I read an article somewhere that says they basicaly don't care that their material is shared.


    Not that I am telling you to do any of this.
     

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