tonyyarusso at earthlink.net
Wed Jan 31 07:30:43 UTC 2007
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> cool, thanks! and first... i have the deb file for yahoo messenger, it
> is on the desktop, and i came across a command line to install this, but
> i think i need to get the deb file into the right folder if i am not
> mistaken, and of course, i will need to read another few hours it seems
> as this not the same as point, click, and start using right away,
> but oh well, moving on... i will look at them links supplied
> and what is irc, is that a chat program?
> thanks for the time
> On Wed, 2007-01-31 at 00:57 -0500, Anthony Yarusso wrote:
>> Welcome! This list covers a wide range of things actually, basically
>> anything involving users in Canada somehow. Yes, we do support
>> queries and advice, as well as marketing discussion, notices about
>> events, policy campaigns, and ... whatever. As a first pointer, check
>> out Applications > Add/Remove,
>> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoftwareManagement, and
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats if you haven't already.
>> After that, could you be more specific so we can help you better?
>> I also recommend dropping by the #ubuntu-ca IRC channel on
>> freenode.net some time. Hope that helps!
Yeah, I normally use gaim, but hey. You don't need to move a deb file
anywhere - they take care of the file structure internally. And,
Dapper+ you should even be able to just double-click the file instead
of the comman - either way should work. For IRC, I use irssi
personally, but that's a command line client - for new users I usually
recommend XChat, available via the 'xchat' package in the universe
component of the repository, installable via Synaptic.
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