rturner2 at texasisp.com
Sat Nov 10 11:59:38 EST 2001
well it helps to know that,
i was trying everything to get it to work.
it sounds like a good group of people have taken over the micq project,
so maybe they can figure it out.
sure hope so!
i am glad that all of us can pull together in a few of these groups
and help each other with all of this.
i plan to upgrade my linux soon to the 8.0 version of slackware,
i have enjoyed running the version of 7.1
thanks to all i feel this is a greate group
On Sat, 10 Nov 2001, Charles Hallenbeck wrote:
> Hi Randy,
> Yes, Mirabilis is the culprit. They have upgraded their protocol and have
> introduced incompatibilities with all earlier software. Windows users are
> expected to upgrade to ICQ2000, but Linux users are out of luck until the
> developers can figure out the new protocol and upgrade the several client
> programs. There are four Linux ICQ packages I know about, and from their
> mailing lists, all but one is having the same problem. The one that has
> already implemented the new protocol unfortunately is a GUI package only,
> so it does not help speech users.
> Mirabilis says there are no Linux clients for ICQ, and Windows users can
> upgrade free, so - case closed!
> On Sat, 10 Nov 2001, randy turner wrote:
> > hi all,
> > i have upgraded to the latest version of micq,
> > i can recieve messages but i can't send messages,
> > also i get old messages when i log in,
> > my question is is did they do an upgrade on there server that micq does
> > not have yet?
> > if wso it looks like the linux bunch of us are locked out once again
> > thanks to all
> > randy
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