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Old 02-03-2005, 10:27 PM   #1
Gustaf
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missing msn/icq protocol after upgrading to gaim 1.1.2


Ok, i had gaim 1.0.2 installed then upgraded to 1.1.2 using swaret, used swaret --upgrade gaim to find new version, like ive done in the past with no problems. Swaret downloaded and installed new version of gaim, no errors on anything, then when i start gaim i get an error missing protocol plugins for both my userlogins for icq and msn.

Any clue as how to fix this or if going back to an older version would fix it?

Thanks.
Gustaf
 
Old 02-03-2005, 10:32 PM   #2
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also thought id add, the protocols that do show up when i try to add or modify an account are napster, gadu-gadu, irc, and zephyr
 
  


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