Tutorials in ‘Pidgin’ Category

Configure Pidgin to use proxy server per account

In this tutorial I will show you how to configure Pidgin to use a proxy server for just one account. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in four simple steps how to accomplish our goal. The operating system used is ArchLinux and we have installed Pidgin 2.6.5 (libpurple 2.6.5)

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Linux distribution with Gnome 2.x
2. Pidgin installed and functional with at least one account set.(if you do not have any account set check out the tutorial for how to Setup your ICQ in Pidgin)
3. A proxy server

Step 1:
Start Pidgin on your computer. From the main Pidgin window go to Accounts -> Manage Accounts as shown on the picture below. Read the rest of this entry »

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Use Cyrillic in Pidgin ICQ

In this tutorial we will show you in three easy steps how to use cyrillic in your ICQ profile in Pidgin. Pidgin is a chat program which lets you log in to accounts on multiple chat networks simultaneously. This means that you can be chatting with friends on MSN, talking to a friend on Google Talk, and sitting in a Yahoo chat room all at the same time.

For the purposes of the tutorial we have used Pidgin for Linux on ArchLinux distribution. There is a Pidgin version for Microsoft Windows and these instructions will help you there too.

In order to complete the tutorial successfully you need to have Pidgin installed and working correctly.

Step 1:
Start Pidgin on your computer. From the main Pidgin window go to Accounts -> Manage Accounts as shown on the picture below. Read the rest of this entry »

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Setup your ICQ in Pidgin

In this tutorial we will show you in three easy steps how to use your ICQ profile in Pidgin. For the purposes of the tutorial we have used Pidgin for Linux on ArchLinux distribution. There is a Pidgin version for Microsoft Windows and these instructions will help you there also.

In order to complete the tutorial successfully you need to have Pidgin installed and working correctly.

Step 1:
Start Pidgin on your computer. From the main Pidgin window go to Accounts -> Manage Accounts as shown on the picture below. Read the rest of this entry »

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Configure Pidgin to use proxy server

In this tutorial I will show you how to configure Pidgin to use a proxy server. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in three simple steps how to accomplish our goal. The operating system used is ArchLinux and we have installed Pidgin 2.6.5 (libpurple 2.6.5)

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Linux distribution with Gnome 2.x
2. Pidgin installed and functional
3. A proxy server

Step 1:
Start Pidigin and go the "Tools" menu. Click on Preferences Read the rest of this entry »

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