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#1

Anyweb, i was thinking that it would be a great idea to allow people to connect to Efnet/#linux-noob from the forum/website. I really don't know what you would use to accomplish this project, but am sure that it would create more traffic and users in the channel!!

 

Sanchez

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#2

it is already possible (on www.linux-noob.com scroll down and look at the left menu)

 

look at the screenshot

 

just click on the link and you are there

 

cheers

 

anyweb :-)

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#3
I think he meant (not sure) a java applet on the site...
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#4
Correct, i meant a java applet.
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#5
I agree with |sanchez|. If someone reads the forum, it would be a 'neat' function to be able to chat while on the web-page if u need help with something... i'm sure you have the knowlede and skills anyweb :)
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#6
One nice IRC Java applet that can be easily implemented on the site is jIRC. [/url][url=http://www.jpilot.com/]http://www.jpilot.com/
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#7

let me think about it dudes, nice idea, i'll give it a try next week if i get the time

 

or........

 

if any of the ADMINS of this site (apart from me) want to try, then please do

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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#8

Unfortunately JPilot isn't freeware but another good and free java applet is Eteria IRC. If you can get an I-line on any server you could also use some cgi client (like my favorite CGI:IRC).

 

z0ny

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#9

can you implement it on this server z0ny mate ?

 

or tell me how to do it

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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#10

z0ny can you help me with this dude ?

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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