XChat is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client for Unix-like operating systems as well as Windows and Mac OS X.

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Where to find xchat for debian stretch

It seems that the package xchat is not available in the stretch repository, all I can find is xchat-gnome. Can someone tell me if it was removed and if so, why? I'm using mate desktop by the way. My ...
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xchat: connecting to one account from two clients

I am using xchat IRC client in Debian. I have two computers, one in my office and another at home. I would like to be connected to my IRC server from both computers using the same account. People who ...
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irc: message notification when away (xchat)

We are using IRC in my office for internal communication. It is very impractical to disconnect/reconnect every time I leave/return to my office. Therefore I leave my irc client (xchat) running all the ...
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ngircd / xchat SSL issues

I'm trying to setup a ngircd IRC server on Fedora 18 (which was installed using yum), but I'm having some SSL issues. I can connect to the server locally and remotely if I choose to "accept invalid ...
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I am failing to use XChat when behind a proxy

So I set my HTTP proxy via Settings -> Preferences -> Network setup, and am getting this error: Looking up irc.us.gimp.org Looking up <IP> Connecting to <IP> (<IP>) port ...
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How to hide user status messages in XChat?

I'm referring to messages like these: yeswanth (~yeswanth@115.184.67.87) has joined #python-dev and yeswanth has quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)