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Multi-network file sharing client

MLDonkey is a multi-network file-sharing client. It was the first free and open source client to access eDonkey. It runs as a daemon that can be controlled through telnet (command-line), HTTP (Web pages), and many different GUIs. All these interfaces can be used locally or remotely (after disabling security restrictions). It can currently access eDonkey, Overnet, Fasttrack (KaZaA, Imesh), Gnutella, Gnutella2 (Shareaza), BitTorrent, and Soulseek; support for other networks is only partial. Networks can be enabled/disabled and searches performed in parallel on all enabled networks. Each file is downloaded from only one network but from multiple clients concurrently.


User FAQ included and available in HTML format from; User Reference manual available in HTML format from
"IRC Help" IRC Help channel

"IRC development" IRC development channel


version 2.6.1 (stable)
released on 10 August 2005

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Janet Casey

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Leaders and contributors

See the AUTHORS file in the distribution for a complete list Contributor

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug TrackingVCS Repository Webview
DeveloperVCS Repository Webview

Software prerequisites

Required to useObjective-Caml 3.06
Required to useLablGTK 1.2.x

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 23 October 2010.


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