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The Icon Bar: General: IRC client
 
  IRC client
  HeathHayle (08:14 13/4/2014)
  nunfetishist (09:25 13/4/2014)
    ad (16:14 13/4/2014)
    hubersn (09:43 15/4/2014)
      freder (17:01 15/4/2014)
    HeathHayle (20:28 17/4/2014)
 
David Heath Message #123182, posted by HeathHayle at 08:14, 13/4/2014
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Is there any free IRC client for RiscOS where I can log into my nick? Thanks for your help guys!
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Rob Kendrick Message #123183, posted by nunfetishist at 09:25, 13/4/2014, in reply to message #123182
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Today's phish is trout a la creme.

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"Log into my nick"? What does this mean?

Try looking here: http://www.riscos.info/index.php/Recommended_software#Instant_Messaging

I always liked LIRC, but I don't think it's ever been 32-bitted. The last IRC client I used from a RISC OS box was actually running on a UNIX box, and accessed via Nettle.
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Andrew Duffell Message #123185, posted by ad at 16:14, 13/4/2014, in reply to message #123183

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LIRC was great! I used to use it with bitlbee to access MSN Messenger in the old days!
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Steffen Huber Message #123186, posted by hubersn at 09:43, 15/4/2014, in reply to message #123183
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"Log into my nick"? What does this mean?

Try looking here: http://www.riscos.info/index.php/Recommended_software#Instant_Messaging

I always liked LIRC, but I don't think it's ever been 32-bitted. The last IRC client I used from a RISC OS box was actually running on a UNIX box, and accessed via Nettle.
There is a WIP version of LIRC which is 32bit and maybe even ARMv7 compatible:
http://riscos.openpandora.org/Diverses/lirc32.zip

Never tried it myself - email is my chat big smile
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Fred Bambrough Message #123188, posted by freder at 17:01, 15/4/2014, in reply to message #123186
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Yes, I have it working on a Beagleboard. It generates an error message when it connects but clicking 'Continue' has it carry on without issue.

Haven't tested it in anger, though.

[Edited by freder at 18:03, 15/4/2014]
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David Heath Message #123199, posted by HeathHayle at 20:28, 17/4/2014, in reply to message #123183
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"Log into my nick"? What does this mean?
When you have registered for IRC and you have to identify with a password to use your nick

[Edited by HeathHayle at 21:30, 17/4/2014]
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