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licq-0.70.1\acconfig.h (691, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\acinclude.m4 (2570, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\aclocal.m4 (3118, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\config.guess (27344, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\ (2984, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\config.sub (19849, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\configure (91523, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\ (3856, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc (0, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\BUGS (228, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\CHANGELOG (13758, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\COPYING (17989, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\CREDITS (1631, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\FAQ (12133, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\HINTS (1219, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\PLUGINS.HOWTO (3645, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\TODO (563, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\UPGRADE (5961, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\doc\UTILITIES.HOWTO (1061, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\install-sh (5584, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\ (566, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\mkinstalldirs (732, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins (0, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2 (0, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\acconfig.h (809, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\acinclude.m4 (6759, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\aclocal.m4 (23021, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\aclocal.patch1 (13563, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\aclocal.patch2 (3913, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\ (2460, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\configure (155175, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\ (3709, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\doc (0, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\doc\BUGS (285, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\doc\CHANGELOG (13017, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\doc\COPYING (17989, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\doc\CREDITS (1710, 1999-09-21)
licq-0.70.1\plugins\qt-gui-0.66.2\doc\DOCKING.HOWTO (1086, 1999-09-21)
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LICQ v0.70.1 An ICQ clone written fully in c++ using a plugin system to allow for many possible interfaces. See the webpage ( for more information. Licq implements messages (online and offline), urls, chat, full file transfer, gui configuration (with the qt-gui plugin), history as well as a number of other features. LICENSE This program is licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL, a copy of which you should have received with this package. INSTALLATION: (If you have a binary distribution then see the FAQ for how to do a manual install. Don't worry it's very easy, any monkey could do it.) Make sure to read the PLUGINS section below for important information on running Licq! ***Note that at least one plugin must be loaded or licq will simply exit*** As root: 1. Type './configure' and it will determine all the right settings and directories for your system. 2. Have a look at config.h and see if you want to change any of the options in it. 3. Type 'make' and in theory it will build. If you are using a non-GNU system, such as FreeBSD or Solaris, you will need the GNU version of make, often installed as `gmake'. If you get errors about "void *" see the FAQ. 4. Type 'make install' and licq will be installed (defaults to /usr/local). As each user: 5. When you run licq for the first time it will install all the necessary files in ~/.licq. 6. You can import users from Micq or ICQJava into Licq using licq.micqconvert or licq.javaconvert. Run these scripts from your personal conf/ directory. You can also import your windows list using licq.winconvert, which is a perl script and so requires you to have perl installed. PLUGINS: Plugins must be unpacked to the plugins/ directory in the licq source tree. This is to ensure that the necessary include files can be found. After building a plugin, it should be installed in {prefix}/share/licq/plugins. This will most likely be done automatically when you run "make install" for the given plugin. A plugin may be started by either passing licq the full path and filename or (more typically) by simply passing it the name of the plugin, where the plugin is {prefix}/share/licq/plugins/ Type licq -h for more help on starting licq with plugins. ***Note that at least one plugin must be loaded or licq will simply *** ***exit. By default, the qt-gui plugin will be loaded. *** SOCKS5 Proxy Support: Licq supports SOCKS5 proxies. To enable this support, run configure with --enable-socks5, and optionally --with-socks5-inc=PATH and --with-socks5-lib=PATH. Then just make sure all the right environment variables are set and it should work. Also read the README.SOCKS file. Licq requires the following: Some C++ compiler with proper standard c++ headers. Licq has been compiled and run successfully on the following systems at one point (note current versions may no longer compile without a bit of tweaking): Linux/x86 Linux/Alpha Linux/PPC FreeBSD/i386 AIX/RS6000 NetBSD/mk68000 Sun3/mk68000 Solaris/x86 Unixware Solaris/sparc CONFIGURATION: Configuration is done through the ~/.licq/licq.conf file, which contains .ini style options. Help on each option is include in the file. The contact list is stored in conf/users.conf. Each users info is stored as a simple text file called {user uin}.uin. Again, the options are pretty obvious. You can add/remove/edit a user inside the gui, or by editing the conf files. The History file is the file where the user history is can specify a filename for each user, or you can put one of the following keywords: none : no history file default : makes the history file history/.history USE: Type licq -h for commandline help. Using licq is fairly straight-forward. Licq itself is merely a daemon designed to run various plugin interfaces. I hav ... ...