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hai pls attach the yahoomessanger rpm or give me the site of that source thanks mummaneni...
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    yahoo messanger for linux


    hai
    pls attach the yahoomessanger rpm
    or
    give me the site of that source

    thanks
    mummaneni

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    I could give you tons of links to Yahoo! Messenger downloads, but I think you'd be better off learning to search for yourself. Go to www.google.com/linux and search for "Yahoo! Messenger"; you should find what you're looking for there.
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    i would like to quote sarumonts sig
    give a geek a link help him for a day, teach a geek to search...
    i dont rember the rest, but yesh i am a dork, and have partialy memorized multiple sigs on LFDO
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    http://messenger.yahoo.com/messenger/download/unix.html

    search google next time all i searched was
    yahoo messenger for linux and it was the first thing on the top but good luck
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    ...and you help him for a lifetime?

    is that right, or is that right? nah, the thought's still there.

    the only thing lacking for linux IMs - gaim, kopete, et al.. . - is the videocam feature. is there one that has this feature? or is kopete capable of this already? the last time i checked it wasn't. how come they are not able to include this feature? is this some incompatibility issue between linux and other OSs?

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