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From: Luke Schierer <lschiere@us...> - 2005-08-28 17:58:36
I do not know the answer to this question.
----- Forwarded message from Stephan Hornick <hornick@...> -----
Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 16:52:04 +0200
From: Stephan Hornick <hornick@...>
To: Luke Schierer <lschiere@...>
Subject: japanese yahoo messenger support?
I have got another question: I've got a japanese girlfriend who uses
yahoo.co.jp messenger. Everytime I try to locate and save her contact
information into gaim, it says, this account wouldn't be accessible. Is
it, that the "yahoo" supported is just the german/english yahoo?
How could I add a yahoo.co.jp account?
Am Samstag, den 27.08.2005, 10:47 -0400 schrieb Luke Schierer:
> On Sat, Aug 27, 2005 at 10:56:38AM +0200, Stephan Hornick wrote:
> > hi. My name is Stephan Hornick. I'd like to download the update to Gain
> > 1.5.0, but seem not to be able to. I've got no Windows system, but SUSE
> > Linux (with Gnome desktop). There are a lot of downloads possible, some
> > seem to point to a linux system (like the one called RedHat). But I
> > don't know really. I'm equally new to Linux myself. Could you please
> > advice me, how to update Gain? Thanks alot.
> We provide binary packages basically as a convience only. The
> packages posted reflect the systems for which a developer has the
> ability to create a binary for. We do not accept binaries from
> non-developers, after several bad experiences.
> the end result of this for you is that since no developer runs Suse,
> we do not provide suse rpms. Your options are to
> 1)download and compile the source (the tar.gz). This will likely
> require you get some -devel rpms from Suse, as they do not tend to
> install by default.
> 2)use google and find some 3rd party providing gaim rpms for Suse.
> While this option is most likely to work, its not one I particularly
> recommend, as you are essentially trusting that 3rd party not to have
> done anything malicious before posting the rpm.
> 3)bug suse to provide an rpm of the newer version of gaim. This
> option is least likely to work, but is by far the best outcome that
> could happen. Redhat, Fedora, and debian already regularly make new
> gaim rpms for their users, it would be nice to see other distros pick
> up the practice, as the distro *should* be the primary source of
> packages for its users, not the upstream homepages.
----- End forwarded message -----
From: Tim Ringenbach <tim.ringenbach@co...> - 2005-08-28 20:28:03
> ----- Forwarded message from Stephan Hornick <hornick@...> -----
> Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 16:52:04 +0200
> From: Stephan Hornick <hornick@...>
> To: Luke Schierer <lschiere@...>
> Subject: japanese yahoo messenger support?
> I have got another question: I've got a japanese girlfriend who uses
> yahoo.co.jp messenger. Everytime I try to locate and save her contact
> information into gaim, it says, this account wouldn't be accessible. Is
> it, that the "yahoo" supported is just the german/english yahoo?
> How could I add a yahoo.co.jp account?
If you have a normal yahoo account, then no. If you have a yahoo japan
acount, then you can check the Yahoo Japan check box under Show More
Options, and things should just work. Yahoo! and Yahoo! Japan seem to be
seperate IM networks that happen to use the same protocol, like IRC's
freenode and efnet.