Minggu, 10 Oktober 2010

Aplikasi (application) IM Client Linux

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1.  Pidgin
     Pidgin is an easy to use and free chat client used by millions. Connect to AIM, MSN, Yahoo, and more chat networks all at once.

2.  Ayttm
     Ayttm is an instant messaging (aka chat) client that provides all-in-one chat functionality for several major instant messaging services from one simple program. Ayttm "Contacts" allow you to refer to several accounts of the same person from a single contact name, making it one of the cleanest and simplest clients to use.

3.  Yahoo! Messenger

4.  Centericq
     Centericq is a text mode menu- and window-driven IM interface that supports the ICQ2000, Yahoo!, AIM, IRC, MSN, Gadu-Gadu and Jabber protocols. Actually, it was written since I didn't find any usable software of this kind that would suit me perfectly. Brief list of program's features follows.

5.  Kopete
     Kopete is an instant messenger supporting AIM, ICQ, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, Novell GroupWise Messenger, and more. It is designed to be a flexible and extensible multi-protocol system suitable for personal and enterprise use.

6.  KMess
     KMess, the Live Messenger alternatif for Linux. As a Linux user, it's still easy to contact your friends!

7.  aMSN
     aMSN is a free open source MSN Messenger clone. aMSN2 is a complete rewrite of aMSN in python. It uses the papyon framework to connect to MSN servers. It is meant to be multi-frontend so that it has a native look on the operating system you use.

8.  Licq
     Licq is a multi-threaded ICQ (originally; now it supports AOL, MSN and Jabber as well) clone written mostly in C++. It uses an extensive plugin system to manage many different functions. The main GUI is written using the Qt widget set.

9.  Alicq
     Alicq is a pure Tcl/Tk implementation of ICQ client with flexible modularized architecture, support for ICQv8 (ICQ2000/OSCAR) protocol.

10. KXicq
      KXicq is the KDE ICQ client, KXicq2 is written for KDE 2 and KDE 3, but also works with other Window Managers like Gnome, Window Maker ( with Docking !) and others. KXicq2 uses the new ICQ protocol version 7, wich has much less problems that the old protocol and it can be used behind firewalls ( it can use socks ).