If you installed BitlBee from a .deb or .rpm you probably don't have to do
anything anymore for installation. Just skip this section.
If you want to compile BitlBee yourself, that's fine. Just run ./configure
to set up the build system. If configure succeeds, run make to build BitlBee.
make install will move all the files to the right places.
--- inetd installation
This directory contains tiny additional programs which you might just like
or need to run BitlBee:
If you want to run BitlBee on a machine you don't have root access to, this
utility will help you. Compiling it is easy: 'gcc bitlbeed.c -o bitlbeed',
you don't need any special flags. Use 'bitlbeed -h' to get more help.
For example, 'bitlbeed -p6669 -n1 /home/wilmer/bin/bitlbee' wil
Frequently Asked Questions about BitlBee
Well, maybe not exactly "Frequently", but definitely "Asked" ... mostly by
the developers :-)
Q: WTH were you guys on when you thought of that _weird_ name?
A: Though we live in The Netherlands and one of us even lives in Amsterdam,
we're not on drugs ... most of the time.
Q: Okay, so the cops are so evil there
This ChangeLog mostly lists changes relevant to users. A full log can be
found in the bzr commit log
Wilmer van der Gaast <email@example.com>
Jelmer 'ctrlsoft' Vern
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Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Softw
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Version 2.1, February 1999
Copyright (C) 1991, 1999
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