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11.0 > Network > museek-plus (0.1.12)

Museek+ is a file-sharing application for the Soulseek peer-to-peer network,
written in C++. It's an enhanced version of Hyriand's original Museek
(see It supports chat, transferring files,
searching, user-management, shares browsing and more. The new features are:
room searching, interests, buddy-only shares, banlists, icon themes and
font/color selecting.

Museek+ consists of museekd (daemon), muscan (shares scanning tool), muscand
(automated shares scanning tool), musetup (command-line configuration script),
musetup-gtk (PyGTK configuration app), museeq (QT GUI client), mucous (curses
python client) and museekcontrol (command-line python client).

After installing museek+ follow these steps:

1) Configure your settings with musetup: server, username, password, interface
password, download directory, shared directories.
2) Run museekd.
3) Run museeq, mucous or museekcontrol.
4) Login into museekd via the interface socket or host:port and the interface

Requires: scons, libsig++ and libxml++. Optional requirements are PyGTK
(for musetup-gtk) and gamin (for muscand). Slackbuilds for all the requirements
are available at

An example init script (rc.museekd) for the museekd daemon is provided. Feel
free to modify it for your needs. Use it at your own risk.

Note for compiling on -current: You will have to change the name of the CFLAGS
variable to FLAGS and apply a second patch -museek-scons-current.patch.

Maintained by: Iskar Enev
Keywords: museek, museeq, soulseek, p2p, file sharing
ChangeLog: museek-plus


Source Downloads:
museek+-0.1.12.tar.bz2 (5d871e40dc93c04e60688a06e0e143e8)

Download SlackBuild:
museek-plus.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 11.0

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