'PIC experts out there who use ICQ?'
To the membership:
Are there any PIC designers who are using ICQ or Netmeeting that I can
link up with in the event that I encounter a problem that needs
real-time diagnosis/assistance? I don't anticipate that there will be
major problems in the immediate future, but it is kind of nice to have
"fallback" contacts just in case.
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Kelly Schauf wrote:
> To the membership:
> Are there any PIC designers who are using ICQ or Netmeeting that I can
> link up with in the event that I encounter a problem that needs
> real-time diagnosis/assistance? I don't anticipate that there will be
> major problems in the immediate future, but it is kind of nice to have
> "fallback" contacts just in case.
Look in my sig. :)
ICQ UIN 15590177
Its in my sig, too!
I'll add what I can, not exactly an expert, though.
At 12:39 PM 9/19/98 -0500, you wrote:
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Great idea I think.
Not a PIC expert ,no yet but......my ICQ in my signature too.
________ ________ ________
/ / / / /
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/ / \ / \
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ICQ# 10909825 \_ / \___________
As the rest, no expert but I do have allot of experience on the embedded
design side. Usually on most days of the week so feel free add my ICQ#:
K.Fisk ( wkpowerlink.com) kfisk
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Does ICQ work with IP-Masquerading in Linux?
My computer talks to the internet via a masqueraded link because I had
our company's internet connection via a single dialup. I am planning to
download ICQ but I am not sure if it will work on our setup.
At 11:16 AM 9/21/98 +0800, you wrote:
>Does ICQ work with IP-Masquerading in Linux?
Yes. Sending messages, chat, and file transfers have worked here at home.
But, I am the only user on our little network using ICQ. YMMV.
Martin Darwin a.k.a Rambo -- Play QUAKE!!
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Martin Darwin wrote:
> Yes. Sending messages, chat, and file transfers have worked here at
> home. But, I am the only user on our little network using ICQ. YMMV.
ICQ seems to work in my office over our Linux firewall system. You're
supposed to tell it that it is looking through a firewall, and it seems
to have some difficulty connecting within the LAN, frequently resorting
to "send via server", but not always! Funny!
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