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Thread: where can i get MSN messenger for redhat 7.3?




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    i just got red hat 7.3,but now i can find where to get msn messenger. I can get the window version to work.


    thanks
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    soryy,i was in a hurry,wat i meant was that i can't find a msn messenger for linux.
    Linux workstation

    epox 8rda+
    512 pc 2700 ddr 400
    raedon 9700 pro 128mb
    80gb 7200rpm WD hd
    atx file server case with custom window on side

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    You could also tryu Gaim, it's like Trillian for Windows. It handles multiple chat protocols. AIM, MSN, ICQ, and alot more.

    Get it here:
    http://gaim.sourceforge.net/

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    If you use kde there are three clients that you can use, kmess, kmerlin and kopete. kopete is a multi protocol client (msn, icq, aim, yahoo and irc), I use kmess for msn access.

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    GAIM is very nice thye even have a windows version of GAIM.. I installed on my laptop yesterday and it works pretty well. I like trillian better in windows though....:2cents:

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    i have gaim, it came with redhat 8.0 but theres no MSN protocol for it, does some1 know ho to get it work with MSN?

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