Napster was a peer-to-peer file sharing Internet service. Napster allowed you to share mp3 music files with other Napster users on the Internet.
Presents this open source OpenNap client for Amiga. Includes frequently asked questions and screenshots.
Archive of articles on the legal disputes against Napster from Findlaw.com
GNOME napster client distributed under GPL. Runs on UNIX under X-windows.
Keeps an automatically updated list of active OpenNap servers.
Cross-platform, open source OpenNap client written in Java. It is able to download the same file from different concurrent sources simultaneously.
GTK Napster Client. [Open Source]
Presents this open source, text based OpenNap client which works on various platforms with extensive documentation. By Peter Selinger.
Open source infobot that provides a real time glimpse into the current state of the worldwide network of nap servers that are based on either the closed source Napster protocol or the open source opennap protocol.
Offers an open source application that allows users to add OpenNap and SlavaNap servers to WinMX servers list.
Extends the Napster protocol to allow sharing of any media type, and the ability to link servers together. In addition, chat forums similar to IRC are available. Open source under the GNU GPL.
Opennap NG is a further development of the well known opennap-server created by drscholl.
Open source OpenNap client for computers running RISC OS. Includes documentation.
Archive of editorials on the Napster controversy.
Allow users of several file sharing programs to connect to their network of servers to search for and download items in a P2P environment.
Presents the network, includes a list of recommended clients and offers a modified version of the OpenNap-NG server software.
Presents this Lopster port for Windows, includes screenshots, frequently asked questions and a message board.
Crossplatform Napster client, includes meta-search on multiple servers, autoconnect, and an optional command line interface. [GPL]
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