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gav (2710)

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Sunday November 17, 2002
11:15 PM

Joys of a new iBook part II

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Things seem to be coming together now. I've got GLTerm working which I vastly prefer over the built in Terminal app. I've got Vim replacing the default vi (I tried the carbon vim, but the fonts in GLTerm are nicer). I've build my own Perl 5.8 from source. I've got Chimera installed as my default browser. I've got JediKnight2 for irc (best free client I could find) and MS Messenger. I've managed to install Fink, which took forever and hopefully when that's finished updating, which seems to be taking forever, I hopefully can get ncftp and wget. I'm now attempting to install MySQL. I feel quite proud of myself.
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  • <comicbookguy>Best IRC client ever</comicbookguy>

    XChatAqua [sourceforge.net]

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  • I clicked on messages to make the exact same comment.

    When I "Switched" from Linux/X11 to an iBook, the only thing I couldn't find was an IRC client that didn't make me want to rip out what's left of my hair. I settled on Snak, Jedi Knight really pissed me off.

    I had used XChat on Linux, and tried it on OSX under XDarwin, but didn't like having to run XDarwin just for one app, and I had cut and paste problems.

    XChatAqua, even though it's only about 80% of the functionality of full blown XChat, already bl