Re: Red Hat 9--wxWindows--aMule--56k--all in harmony
> forgot .. amule needs wxwidgets 2.4.2
> not 2.4.1 like here in the description,
> the latest unstable-testing release is
> 2.0.0rc3 ->
WxWindows is one of the main installations that I had to undertake to finally let the aMule program load and run. I am not a professional programmer so after alot of collaboration on one of my first IRC channels to aMule I may have known better than to post a guide to others. But hey, I tried!
Re: Red Hat Linux v.9
> Anyway, I'm just wondering why Red Hat
> Linux was mentioned in the subject line,
> but not anywhere else. Is it related to
> your comments about Java? Just
The heading was used more for a guide with new users looking for software on systems such as Red Hat Linux, to catch the eye or such.
Java is platform independant so such is JFTP. However, I believe it should be noted that a vast majority of users are not aware of such things. In my opinion, Java is grosely unutilised and under advertised but only under MY personal computing experiences.
You are right, Jake, about publicity and advertising and, in my opinion again, this is a real world turn back with the lack of support by major OS Producers including Microsoft with their left wheel turn on Java and anything else that isn't Microsoft. But as far as I know Linux distributions have always been without a usable Java Runtime Environment as a default installation, as for other OS distros I by far cannot speak without insight.
I hope this changes!
What I like about JFTP is the programs ability to transfer files within a selective menu of Protocols with its ease of use at a friendly uncluttered interface. With its auto update feature the JFTP program also brings confidence to the end user.
As for opinons and feedback I believe some good points were covered in the posts below such as SSH Outbound, Faviourites place of storage within the GUI and such.
Good work can be rewarded in many ways. I hope you are succesful in yours to others.
Apologies for the lack of monitoring this post.