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does anyone know why ymessenger doesn't work on redhat 9? i mean the website says it was tested on 6.x but 9 is a long way from 6.x
i used ymessenger perfectly fine with redhat 7.2 and 7.3 the error message i am currently getting is:
/opt/ymessenger/bin/ymessenger.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libcrypto.so.2: cannot open shared file: No such file or directory
does anyone know what that means and how to fix it??
i opened it up and it only has aol and icq do i need a plugin? sorry to ask a stupid question but i've got more than just this problem so i don't want to search around on google looking for a plugin when i don't know what its called or anything..
Originally posted by i_is_cat i opened it up and it only has aol and icq do i need a plugin? sorry to ask a stupid question but i've got more than just this problem so i don't want to search around on google looking for a plugin when i don't know what its called or anything..
Its included, open up your options and add the plugin. Sometimes its under the options or account menus depending on what version you have.