Well, I noticed we finally added lmule in the official repositories. Unfortunately, that client hasn't been developed in a long time. There are two active and current forks of that project at the following sites:
I wouldn't say one is better than the other because I haven't used them since they forked. I would lean towards the first (amule) over the second (xmule).
Just thought I'd point it out.
yeah i mentioned this several times to the package maintainers
I am not your friend
I prefer amule myself and I think two or three people have made another package for amule, dispite it being in staging, so I think it has gotten popular. I think part of the reason why people keep making new packages for it is because for some reason, it doesn't let you install it via pacman, yet it is listed just fine in staging. Xmule is alright as well, I used both, but amule just stuck with me for some reason.
http://counter.li.org/ Registered Linux User #318963 firstname.lastname@example.org