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Hello guys , i recently downloaded yahoo messenger from yahoo site. Its a *.tgz file. There is no configure file in it. How to install it? On yahoo site , they only provides installation guides to bsd , debian and redhat. But i'm using suse , there is no guides there. I have gaim and gyach , but still i want to know how to install this file. ... Anyone who have experience with this file, do guide me please.
Location: Student of University of Mumbai, Maharastra State, India
Distribution: Redhat Linux 9.0, Knoppix LIVE CD, Ubuntu Live CD, Kubuntu Live CD
I wud recommend using GAIM. There's no GAIM download for SuSe, but as reddazz mentioned, probably, you cud use it in SuSe.
The reason I say no to Yahoo Messenger is because I feel it still lacks features that it has in Windows !
well buddy just go n try to use alien..
its a package convertor...
If SUSE uses rpm as base files then try to use the rpm package only..use the installation instructions on yahoo website..
And if the SUSE use .deb as base files the try to use dpkg as mentioned on yahoo webpage..