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    where i download msn messenger 6.0 for linux


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    where i download msn messenger 6.0 for linux please give full url

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    http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/a...ar.gz?download is an msn clone, it uses the new 6.0 protocol.

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    guy,

    u can use AMSN which is a clone of MSN MESSENGER for Linux

    The URL is given in the another replay by another guy in this page!

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    http://amsn.sourceforge.net i think

    This is the best messenger i could find, it looks and feels like to proper thing, but shows you all of the icons on MSN which even MSN don't do on there web site. go there to get the latest version
    Very funny scotty - now beam down my clothes

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    and it tells u if people are really offline or if they are just blocking you.

    also there are things like gaim, kopete, everybuddy, which support msn/icq/yahoo/heaps of others.

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    a little oftopic, but here it goes!!

    What iptables rule(s) do i have to ad to my firewall so that i con receave and send file using aMSN??

    Thnx

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    how do i install it after i have downloaded it, the README doesn't have any installation instructions?

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    you can jst run it out of that file it gives you the binaries already. so jst go into the msn folder it creates when you untar it and look for the executable "amsn" and run it
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    Kudos to the amsn project people! They did a bang up job and a half! Easy install from the rpm package. I downloaded the tarball, too (wanna peek at the source code later). Installation from the rpm package was easy - opened up a terminal emulator in the konqueror window where the rpm file was, su'ed to root, and typed 'rpm -ivv <amsn package name here>'. Did the double v for extra verbosity so I could see what it was doing during the install process. Worked like a charm! A couple of extra steps to get the final configuring and tweaking done, and voila! it worked!

    Cheers

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    i agree, amsn is good, i compiled from .tar.gz and it was very simple..... i like it, just gotta set up some sounds for it next

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