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#101
No it installed fine for me (tested this of course on my device first)
Are you root? Items in this folder require root permissions. If you've tinkered with the aol.service before it may be the reason for this.

I doubt GenericPlugin uses encrypted storage. Think this is what a binary plugin is needed for.

Ok I seem to have found the problem, please wait, repacking.

Last edited by Niwakame; 2011-12-10 at 15:05.
 
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#102
@billranton: this one works for you?


#3: http://n9.indigoblack.de/deb/im-prov...tional-0.2.deb

Last edited by Niwakame; 2011-12-10 at 15:40.
 
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#103
@Niwakame
hey,im doing the steps from ur first post and ive reached apt-get sqlite3 and did fine but after that im stuck with accounts thing since its not clear to me.can u plz make it clearer or illustrate the steps.thanks in advance
 
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#104
Just install the three packages here:

http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...5&postcount=96

no need for sqlite3 or mc-tool.
Then use the accounts menu to set up your account.
 

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#105
@Baboo: Please reply if it worked
 
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#106
Originally Posted by Niwakame View Post
Just install the three packages here:

http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...5&postcount=96

no need for sqlite3 or mc-tool.
Then use the accounts menu to set up your account.
If I want to completly remove this services, what I need to do ? I need to run this 3 commands ?
Code:
dpkg -r libpurple0*
dpkg -r telepathy-haze*
dpkg -r im-providers-additional*
Thanks
 
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Originally Posted by Schturman View Post
If I want to completly remove this services, what I need to do ? I need to run this 3 commands ?
Code:
dpkg -r libpurple0*
dpkg -r telepathy-haze*
dpkg -r im-providers-additional*
Thanks
Either use the programs menu or

apt-get remove im-providers-additional telepathy-haze libpurple
 

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#108
Originally Posted by Niwakame View Post
Either use the programs menu or

apt-get remove im-providers-additional telepathy-haze libpurple
Thanks !
Can you explain why "dpkg -r" is not right command for removing ? And I need to be connected to internet when I run "apt-get remove" ?
 
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#109
Well I think you could also use dpkg -r, but I find apt-get easier, especially regarding the output.
apt-get remove shouldn't need any internet connection, as far as I know...
 

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And the last question.. What the proper command for installation ? dpkg -i or apt-get install ?
Thanks
 
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