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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Reopen xchat after it has been closed to the system tray

When I close xchat to the system tray, it is leaving IRC connections to servers and consequent channels open and the process running. However, when the program is reopened from the system tray, it ...
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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 <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)