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Share and download any type of file on the eMule network





One of the most used and famous P2P programs in the world is eMule, the improved sucessor of eDonkey. These programs have revolutionized the world of file sharing through the internet, as it is a secure, easy to use technology that compensates the user who shares the most files when the time comes to download other people's files.

Obviously, we weren't going to leave GNU/Linux users unable to use this powerful tool. Given that no official eMule version was released for this operating system, its place was taken by aMule, a similar program, almost a clone, of the original eMule, being that it tries to fill the vacuum created by its absense in the most used free operating system in the world.

aMule retains the credit system of eMule, which distributes files fairly between users and favors those that share the most. This is, perhaps, one of the best reasons to use the program and invite everyone you know to use it to help the rest to more quickly download whatever file they need.

And aMule is able to share any file stored on your hard drive, just by putting it in the folder that you are sharing in the program. Thus, without the necessity of using e-mail, file storage networks or more traditional systems like disks or USB drives, you can share files of any size, something that can't be assumed with just any file sharing system.

The file search is even more complete than eMule's, allowing you to search for files by type or size, among other parameters. Thus, if you are looking for a very specific file and the number of results is too big, you can filter the search and get closer to finding everything you need with less effort.

It supports preview of files before finalizing your download. It also supports the same messaging and friend systems as eMule.

If you still have doubts about downloading and trying this program out we have one more reason to do it: it's free, and open sourced, which leaves no possible excuse for not trying it.

Architecture: i386

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