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Old 08-25-2005, 11:44 AM   #21 (permalink)
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ircbeginner.com is a bad link, i set the channel to undernet.org and use each server like 5 times each, is there something i have to set on my side, all my 3rd party apps work great. sorry to bug so much but i just wanna get it working... thanks
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Old 08-25-2005, 12:01 PM   #22 (permalink)
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ircbeginner.com is a bad link, i set the channel to undernet.org and use each server like 5 times each, is there something i have to set on my side, all my 3rd party apps work great. sorry to bug so much but i just wanna get it working... thanks
Visit www.ircbeginner.com with your desktop browser. It works fine from my desktop when I click the link in the previous sentence.

This is what a jmIrc profile might look like:

Profile name: Beginner
Nick: mextel
Alternative nick: mextel1
IRC server: Amsterdam.NL.Eu.UnderNet.org
IRC server port: 6667
Channels: #beginner
Username: mextel
Real name: joe mextel
Server password: mexpass

You don't have to have a password to use the beginner channel, though it does open up some important features.

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Old 08-25-2005, 12:10 PM   #23 (permalink)
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ircbeginner.com is a bad link, i set the channel to undernet.org and use each server like 5 times each, is there something i have to set on my side, all my 3rd party apps work great. sorry to bug so much but i just wanna get it working... thanks
Here are two more you can try:

Profile name: Webchat
Nick: mextel
Alternative nick: mextel1
IRC server: irc.webmaster.com
IRC server port: 6667
Channels: #webchat
Username:
Real name:
Server password:

Profile name: Root
Nick: mextel
Alternative nick: mextel1
IRC server: irc.webmaster.com
IRC server port: 6667
Channels: #root
Username:
Real name:
Server password:

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Old 08-25-2005, 01:53 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Thanks man i appreciate all your help.
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Old 08-29-2005, 11:40 AM   #25 (permalink)
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I got jmirc to load onto my 7520 but when i connect to the undernet server and do a command like !list or @find the program locks up and i have to reboot my bb. Anybody else have this problem or know how to fix it?
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I have downloaded the version that works for the BB and I like it. Trouble is - how do I get it into the background (like IM+) and go do other things like email without killing the connection?
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how do I get it into the background (like IM+) and go do other things like email without killing the connection?
Have you tried using the Alt+Escape key combination to switch programs? That should let you check your messages, browse, and run other applications without losing your IRC connection. I just tried it, and it works fine on my 7290.

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Old 09-12-2005, 11:17 AM   #28 (permalink)
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I just tried it on my 7250 and it sure works the way DavidE just described above.
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Is .92 still available anywhere? I tried all the links in this thread but all have expired or don't work.

Thanks.
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Is .92 still available anywhere? I tried all the links in this thread but all have expired or don't work.
The developer has announced version 0.94 and is asking BlackBerry users to try it. Here's the link: http://jmirc.sourceforge.net/index.html.

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Is anyone still using jmirc? Could you offer any updated advice as to the best version, etc. for the Blackberry?
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I am using jmirc version 0.95 on BB 7520, OS 4.0.2.37 and it works very.
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Is anyone still using jmirc? Could you offer any updated advice as to the best version, etc. for the Blackberry?
I just upgraded from 0.92 to 0.95 on my 7290 with 4.0.2 OS. The 0.95 version is running fine.

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JMIRC still rocks.
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I have been trying to connect to efnet using jmirc 0.95 but every server I've tried will not allow me to connect. irc.lightning.net says I have to install ident, and irc.prison.net just disconnects me but gives no reason.

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I have been trying to connect to efnet using jmirc 0.95 but every server I've tried will not allow me to connect.
I was able to connect using the irc.desync.com server.

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hello.. the app downloaded and works. i used 0.95 from the sourceforge link above. i'm on an 8700c via BES.
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no matter what server on efnet i try... i cant stay connected. And it wont disconnect unti i try to say something...then realize i have been disconnected for x amt of time

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Are you on BES?
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