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ICQ for Linux

Posted on 1998-07-10
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hi experts,

I got few questions for you:
- is there a Linux version for ICQ out there, if there is please give me the URL.
- how to find out my RedHat Linux version and KDE version ?
- how to set the in KDE to GMT+8.00 ?
Thanz for any help in advance, again thanz.

cklim
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1. No Linux-specific version, AFAIK. The Java version works on Linux with JDK.
2. cat /etc/redhat-release
3. KDE is a bunch of applications, each with its own version
(that you can normally check with Help->About).
I don't think things like "Beta4" or "1.0pre2" are recorded anywhere
4. kcmclock can do that.
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