Acqlite
Acqlite
0.4.2

4.4

Acqlite free download for Mac

Acqlite

0.4.2
03 February 2010

Gnutella P2P client.

Overview

Acqlite... Mac P2P with style. A Gnutella file sharing client written in Cocoa. It is based on LimeWire, Acquisition and Cabos. It is free software, no spyware, no adware.

GUI Features:
  • Simple sidebar interface
  • 27 languages support
  • iTunes iPod iPhone integration
  • Metadata browser for music files
  • Spam filtering
CORE Features:
  • Mojito DHT integration
  • Universal Plug and Play
  • Firewall to firewall transfers
  • Proxy transfers
  • IP2Country for locale detection
  • TLS encryption
  • \"What\'s New?\" searches

What's new in Acqlite

Version 0.4.2:
  • Fixed core crash on Tiger/Leopard

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Capitan
19 November 2008

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Still many bugs. filter does not work. Main window resizes itself, if you click more times on network and search row. + etc.
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Version 0.3.5
Cowicide
20 August 2013
Wouldn't connect to network, so used this app here to fix it: http://www.gnutellaforums.com/other-limewire-clone-versions/101773-connection-fixes-various-clients-including-cabos-acqlite-all-limewire-clones.html Now works fine aside from buggy issues mentioned in my previous post.
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Version 0.4.2
Macgal
13 January 2013
Works fine in Snow Leopard and Java 1.6. Only once had a connection problem but after obtaining a fresh connection file from Gnutella forums, Acqlite connects in a flash every time. But yes, the command-z is obviously a bug, do not use that command with Acqlite. Simply manually delete/correct your text.
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Version 0.4.2
publicOnline
10 February 2012
I wanted to try this free app on my macbook OS 10.5.8 Total failure: the disk image refuses to mount ..... This is the first time I encounter that problem. Weird :(
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Version 0.4.2
Cowicide
21 November 2011
Unfortunately, Acqlite is getting a bit long in the tooth and while it still works, it's quite buggy and almost not worth using if you value system stability. For instance, I've found that since I've been using Mac OS 10.6.8 and the last build of 0.4.2(debug2) that you can find here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/acqlite/files/Acqlite/ That java gets stuck and will keep running and mess with Safari and other things including slowing down some computer operations. I have to go in and quit it from terminal (or you can quit java from activity monitor). This doesn't happen every time I run Acqlite, but every now and then expecially if Acqlite crashes. Also, if I do command-z (undo) in Acqlite it crashes it immediately for some reason. Hope there will be an update to this again someday.
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Version 0.4.2
MacUpdate-Lon
25 August 2011
Been using this app for a long time, several versions. It has always come through for me. Straightforward, intuitive interface, easy to use. It has never crashed on me and I've had it installed on many different Macs. I'm very glad it still works on OS X 10.7.1.
Like (3)
Version 0.4.2
wildthyme
07 December 2010
I was so excited to see a new program available to replace acquisition and frostwire (limewire), which stopped working for me. However after downloading and doing a few searches and getting absolutely no results, I'm frustrated. I thought maybe I was searching for something too obscure, but how can you do a search for Bob Dylan and get zero results????
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Version 0.4.2
1 answer(s)
Tom-25
Tom-25
05 March 2011
I think you have to wait for Acqlite find the server (usually 4), and then search for files.
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Cowicide
31 October 2010
Just a warning. I pasted the wrong text into the search field and went I hit command-z to undo it, it completely locked up Acqlite and I had to force-quit the app. Hopefully it'll get fixed later?
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Version 0.4.2
Domtrofski
29 July 2010
Hi can anyone help me? I seem to have lost my search window on acqlite? i love this p2p and cant use it at the mo... please help as i cant rectify the situation Cheers Guys Dom
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Version 0.4.2
1 answer(s)
Spc67
Spc67
31 July 2010
I have the same problem: the writeable icon above 'Search for files' is invisible. It is possible to search for files but I cannot see what I type... BTW: The pane on the left hand side of the window disappeared too. I tried to solve the problem by removing the application and any related files (i.e. /Application/Acqlite.app and /Users//Library/Application\ Support/Acqlite) and reinstalling the application. But it doesn't solve the problem. I upgraded recently to Mac OS X 10.5.8 (from 10.4.11) but Acqlite worked without problems after this upgrade (at least temporarily) Any suggestions?
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Version 0.4.2
Hawy
08 June 2010
I have Acqlite 0.4.2 on OX 10.6.3 but when I choose download it does not work, does not show in the downloads menue. With OS X 10.4.11 everything worked well. Any ideas ? hawy
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Version 0.4.2
Yoshinatsu
16 April 2010
Simple, fast and now... STABLE! (at least for me, on 10.6.3) Acqlite has really evolved since the last time I used it, more than one year ago. It's currently the only Gnutella client with a native OS X GUI, and that alone would've crowned it the king of OS X Gnutella clients, since both LimeWire and FrostWire are STILL Java... It's also faster than any other Gnutella client I've tried. It didn't use to be like that some time ago, but I have to say Acqlite is kickass as an application, even if Gnutella is dead.
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Version 0.4.2
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Hawy
Hawy
03 June 2010
I have Acqlite 0.4.2 on OX 10.6.3 but when I choose download it does not work, does not show in the downloads denue. With OS X 10.4.11 I everything worked well. Any ideas ? hawy
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Version 0.4.2