Wine or AOL being so clever?
katana at montrose.net
Mon Sep 3 15:05:20 CDT 2001
On Sunday 02 September 2001 08:58 pm, you wrote:
> "Sim" <simon.hampton at nospam.freebel.net> wrote in message
> news:<pan.2001.09.02.11.44.18.554.12874 at nospam.freebel.net>...
> > Just installed Aim for win 98 using Wine, and it ended up putting a nice
> > Aim icon on my KDE desktop with the wine command in to start aim - i.e.
> > wine "/mnt/win98/Pro...."
> > This is getting really smooth!
> > Simon
> Why use AIM on Linux when there's Gaim? Gaim offers many more
> features and it doesn't include the advertising.
I agree in more ways than you can think of. I converted a small office for
the company I work for over to KDE workstations and AIM was the primary form
of communication for the office (3 floors). The converts love GAIM and now
swear by "That open-source stuff"
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