Setting up MLDonkey on FreeBSD (howto)

Linux/BSD: sharing experiences is a blog with useful howtos for FreeBSD and Linux. The latest howto is on setting up MLDonkey on an old, headless, PC.

MLDonkey is an open source, free software multi-network peer-to-peer application. Currently the following protocols are supported: eDonkey, Overnet, Bittorrent, Gnutella, Gnutella2, Fasttrack, FileTP and Kademlia.

I wanted to put my 266 Mhz Celeron to good use so I’ve decided to install MLDonkey without X11 support leaving only the core with both telnet and web interfaces.

Bellow are the steps need to install MLDonkey on FreeBSD 7.0:

Thanks for letting me know about this post, Ricardo!

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