Using gnapster 1.4.1a, I'm unable to connect to any napster
server, either the "official" one, or any other. I have the
same problem with every napster client I've tried under Linux.
The reason seems to be "No route to host." Typically, the
client connects to the redirect server, but when a "best" server
is found, my connection is summarily refused.
I run Debian potato on a vanilla standalone box. I connect
to the net through a dialup ISP using a 56K modem. I'm not
behind any kind of firewall, and don't have any problems with
any other kind of TCP/IP protocol.
Can someone please tell me what I need to do to connect to
napster? Some sort of entry in /etc/gateways? Something else?
I'm really at a loss here.