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it really doesn't matter where gaim is actually located, it's probably /usr/local/bin/gaim, but it really doesn't matter at all. i don't quite understand how you first can't find the program, but then complain that you can't sign on to yahoo using it...
also don't use the ICQ plugin, just use the "AIM / ICQ" one, as AIM is actually identical to ICQ.
Originally posted by acid_kewpie i don't quite understand how you first can't find the program, but then complain that you can't sign on to yahoo using it...
Sorry~~that's not the same question, it's not the yahoo plugin for Gaim~~I mean that I had already installed Yahoo Messenger for Red Hat Linux ~~ but it cannot connect to host(maybe,beacause the connect state just keeping connecting....)
For the question which I ask for where gaim locate,beacause I cannot find the Gaim file in it. And I run the search program to search the / folder, Also nothing in it~~!! So, I want to know where it located after installing.
Sorry~~It doesn't affect~~
I still cannot found that file~~~~~I just double click the ***.rpm to install it~~Is it the problem cause from installed~?? or I download the wrong install file~?? The file I download is gaim-0.62-1.i386.rpm from sourceforge.net