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These are IRC chat clients for Ubuntu [1] that can be installed via the Synaptic package manager.


Pidgin Edit

Pidgin is an instant messaging client which also supports IRC.

Smuxi Edit

Smuxi is an irssi-inspired, flexible, cross-platform IRC client targeting the GNOME desktop.

Pidgin Edit

Pidgin is an instant client which also supports IRC.

XChat Edit

XChat is a graphical IRC Client with a GTK+ GUI. It has a look and feel similar to AmIRC for the Amiga. It includes the mIRC extension DCC RESUME and mIRC color, multiple server/channel windows, dialog windows, and a plugin API.

LostIRC Edit

LostIRC is a simple IRC-client. It features tab-autocompletion, multiple server support, automatic joining of servers/channels and DCC sending which should cover the needs of most people. The client is 100% keyboard-controllable, and uses the gtkmm GUI library.

Quassel Edit

Quassel is a modern, cross-platform, distributed KDE4/QT4 IRC client.

Konversation Edit

Konversation is a client for the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) protocol. It is simple to use and well-suited for novice IRC users.

KvIRC Edit

KvIRC is a command line/text based IRC client.

WeeChat Edit

WeeChat is a command line/text based IRC client.

CloaksEdit

With any client you may want to obtain a cloak to hide your IP, and hostname from DoS attacks. An unaffiliated cloak may be obtained by asking a FreeNode staffer.[2]

You will need to register a Nick [3][4] before obtaining a cloak.

References Edit

  1. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat
  2. http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#cloaks
  3. http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/IRC/Instructions
  4. http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~priestdo/emacspeak/list.archive.2006/msg00253.html

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