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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

IBOOK G4, EXE files and DC ++


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perri@stud.ntnu
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Hi!

I have just bought my IBOOK and are having some download problems. When I had a PC I used DC ++ (direct connect) to download mp3, movies and so on. When I tried downloading DC ++ to my IBOOK i couldnīt open the setup exe.file. I also experienced this when I tried to download the music program Audiomulch. How can I solve this problem? Cannot IBOOK read exe.files? Or: What program on my IBook can be used to open exe.files?
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Macs don't use .exe files. If you just download the mp3 you can open it in iTunes.
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I used to use dc++ on my pc but i find that limewire is good for the mac
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you can get DC++ for the mac.
Im on a LAN and it works fine.

try this link and download it

DC++

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Very nice !!!!!! It worked fine!



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you can get DC++ for the mac.
Im on a LAN and it works fine.

try this link and download it

DC++

laters
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Hi, I wonder why when I used the DirectConnect for Mac... the download speed is always around 400k in my university network. but before I switched to Mac, I was using the IBM P4-M laptop, the download speed could be up to 8MB. I wonder if this is normal.. or something wrong with my setting in DC.

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you can get DC++ for the mac.
Im on a LAN and it works fine.

try this link and download it

DC++

laters
the only thing is, that isn't DC++ thats just DC and DC++ is much better.

here is the link to the DC++ site but it don't come for the MAC

http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/
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