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Any one can suggest micq which can be run in the linux platform? I used 4.6 which crash all teh time =(
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I don't use ICQ, but from what I can see mirq is not an outstanding client. There seems to be a list of alternatives to try at:
http://avenir.dhs.org/icq/linux.html .
Is this any help?
 
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Thanks for the prompt reply.
What I only want is a textbase icq without any UI.
So micq really fit my need besides the fact that it crash all the time
Any good program suggested?
 
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I'm sure there are some text ones in the list I gave above (at the bottom of the list). Or there are some more listed here: http://www.linux.org/apps/all/Communication/ICQ.html .
Good luck. Please let us know if you find a good one.
 
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