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Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by joshua_msu, Jul 28, 2008.
Soulseek freak here. Are there any good alternatives for my new Mac? Thanks guys.
You can use www.solarseek.net, it's pretty much same as Soulseek but for Mac
solarseek sucks.... are there any other alternatives?
bump. i'm curious too
I'd like to know this too, is Solarseek not worth bothering with then?
Another one is ssX or soulseex. It always worked well for me. I can't figure out how to install Nicotine, but I guess that's the slightly more advanced soulseek client for Mac,
Edit: that download link didn't work. This one does: http://mac.wareseeker.com/free-ssx-soulseex/
Ity's old software but it still works on my Intel Mac running Snow Leopard!
I tried iSoul a little bit
Seems it has some bugs but maybe it's getting better.
The only way I have been able to use the original Soulseek is through Crossover 8 but its choppy when searching
The only solution I've found that works 100% of the time without major bugs is running the official Soulseek client via Parallels.
Old thread, but now there is SoulseekQT.
SoulSeekQT is the best ever...I tried SolarSeek and didn't like it. Thanks for the suggestion!!
If you must run a Windows program, first try "Wine" or if you need it the comercial versin of Wine callled "crossover". Wine can't rn all Windows programs. So it that fails use VMware or the like to run Windows onthe Mac and then your software. It is very transparent and works well but does need lots of RAM