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Distribution: ArchLinux / Source Mage GNU Linux (test branch) / openSUSE
Originally Posted by jeremy
I don't see any Linux client called "GoogleChat" and the native Google Talk client only runs on Windows.
Damn, my bad once again! I have to sleep a little more
I do use GoogleTalk under Linux (Audio/Video) not as a standalone client (Windows XP and later) but through Firefox / Chromium plugins which are actively developed and working quite fine to replace (stalled) Skype for Linux, at least.