A BitTorrent client.
I used to love it, but it gave up Gnutella functionality so it's useless. I wonder if old versions are still good..
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A hybrid userspace filesystem framework supporting many "exotic" filesystems (localfs, sshfs, ftpfs, gnutellafs, locasefs, gvfs, cardfs, cefs, etc. ).
Seems unreliable to me.
- Can mount FTP
- Allows Gnutella Peer-to-peer mounting to perform searches and use search results as files.
- As of August 2008-08-26, last updated 2003-10-30.
- Try CurlFtpFS
A P2P daemon, which requires a network protocol such as openFT or gnutella. Any number of frontends are also recommended.
So far, giFT has proved to do what it is made for. Most problems will appear to me to be the fault of the frontend, but there may well need to be certain features inserted into either the openFT protocol, the giFT daemon or the frontend.. it's difficult to say.