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), first of all add the hezeh repository

Terminal

sudo echo "deb http://hezeh.org/packages jessie main contrib non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
  

Now update and install amule:

Terminal

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install antofox-keyrings
  

Terminal

sudo apt-get install amule
  

aMule Daemon

Terminal

sudo apt-get install amule-daemon
  

Create a user

Terminal

adduser amuleusername
  

Enable “AcceptExternalConnections==1” in

 /home/amuleusername/.aMule/amule.conf.

Terminal

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

…to generate

/home/amuleusername/.aMule/remote.conf.

have to be the same. You can also generate your passwords maually by running:

Terminal

echo -n your_password_here | 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)

Terminal

amule
  

Terminal

amuled
  

Terminal

amuleweb
  

and access your aMule webserver with http://yout_ip:4711

or

Terminal

amulegui
  

Terminal

amuled
  

and enter your aMule server details

References

(tutorial on debian website)[https://wiki.debian.org/aMule]