Why won't gaim show me online??
yussef at claygirl.org
Sat May 31 12:58:18 PDT 2003
im pretty gaim compiles natively. its simply a gtk2 based app.
could this be some kind of firewalling issue? perhaps you're blocking
packets being sent to the AOL server. just a thought..
also, you could try naim. much simpler, and doesnt hog up nearly as
much screen real estate.
On Sat, 31 May 2003 15:42:40-0400 Tim
Kellers<timothyk at wallnet.com> wrote:
> How about AIM?
> It requires Linux emulation, but I think gaim does, too.
> Tim Kellers
> On Saturday 31 May 2003 03:17 pm, Steven Lake wrote:
> > Just installed gaim out of the ports and added my AIM screen
> > name
> > to it and I can send and recieve messages, but it shows me as
> > offline to anyone else even though I see others as online. Anyone
> > know why that would be? All I need Gaim for is for my one AIM name.
> > If anyone can
> > think of a better client than this, I'm game for it. :) If not,
> > then if someone can help me solve this I would be very grateful.
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