how install dc++ in ubuntu?
i use dc++ in windows, recently im using ubuntu linux. im completly new to it, ive checked the dc++ official site they say it works only in window based os. can anyone help me? frm where can i download it?
for some reason im unable to connect internet on linux, so plz tell me from where can i get it from other pc
- hawklordLv 610 years agoBest answer
or you could try the simple way,
system > administration > synaptic package manager (ubuntu add/remove programs)
enter your password
when its open fully, click on 'reload'
now click the 'search' option
in the window that opens type
click on 'mark for installation'
click on 'apply'
click on 'apply' in the next window as well
once its done, close synaptic
you will find dc++ in applications > internet
- jplatt39Lv 710 years ago
Apparently some New Zealanders have ported it over. I got these instructions on the internet:
1. Install dependencies.
sudo apt-get install libatk1.0-0 libbz2-1.0 libc6 libgcc1 libglade2-0 libglib2.0-0 libgtk2.0-0 libpango1.0-0 libstdc++6 libxml2 zlib1g
2. Fetch the package.
3. Install the package.
sudo dpkg -i dcpp_0.0.20050809cvs-1~mird_i386.deb
And that's it! There should now be a Linux DC++ icon under Applications -> Internet.
So you know I have checked orkut and the directory and packages are there.
Of course if you want to be a heavy power user who builds your own instructions try these:
- 10 years ago
Go to the ubuntu software center and search for DC++. There's a linux version availabe. Else, you can also go to the terminal and type sudo apt-get install dc++