[CentOS] Re: How to properly install W*nd*ws XP along with CentOS? - (A)MSN Messenger?

Fri Apr 15 11:15:14 UTC 2005
tobaccofarm <phaceton at gmail.com>


I tend to use amsn rather than the rest.
Amsn has to possibillity to connect via the http protocol (tcp 80)
So i don't have to open an extra port in my firewall.Besides it uses
tls which is
similar to ssl.


On 4/15/05, Olaf Greve <o.greve at axis.nl> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thanks a lot for the excellent suggestions!
> As soon as the machine is in, I think I'll go for additional HD space 
> and make sure to install Windows on a FAT32 partition rather than an 
> NTFS one (good suggestion regarding the FAT32 one, it slipped my mind 
> that FAT32 can be written (and read) by Linux as well, without any issues).
> Then a further question: for some of our communication we use MSN 
> Messenger. When looking on the Internet with Google, I came across AMSN 
> (a SourceForge "freeware version of MSN"). Does anyone have any 
> experiences with this Messenger? Does it work (equally) well as the more 
> recent MSN versions and can it work successfully for chatting with 
> people using MSN, or is it just the so-manyth Messenger that uses their 
> own channels? Also, if this isn't the most ideal Messenger to use for 
> communicating with people using MSN Messenger, can someone suggest me a 
> better solution?
> Cheers,
> Olafo
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