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I am new to Linux. I installed Red Hat Linux 9 on my Intel PC. Linux is running fine. I downloded Yahoo Messenger for Red Hat from Yahoo site( there is no messenger for RH9) so I downloaded most closed one.
But when I compiled (installed) the error messege :
libcrypto.os.2 is needed
what shall I do in this situation. How to compile and where to get Yahoo and MSN messenger for Red Hat 9?
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just to add, for anyone who wants instructions on how to install amsn (supports file transfers while gaim does not for msn), plus uses a famiiar interface for people used to the windass version, see the software page of the link below. The instructions are for the source file so it should work on virtually any linux.