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LICQ(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   LICQ(1)

NAME
licq - ICQ client SYNOPSIS
licq [OPTION]... [-- PLUGIN-OPTIONS]... DESCRIPTION
licq is an ICQ instant messaging client daemon that supports a number of interfaces via plug-ins, primarily Qt, but also GTK+, console, and other utility plug-ins. At least one plug-in is required for Licq to function. OPTIONS
-b DIR Set the base directory for configuration and data files (default: $HOME/.licq) -c Disable color at standard output. -d NUMBER Set what information is logged to standard output: 1 - status information 2 - unknown packets 4 - errors 8 - warnings 16 - all packets Add values together for multiple options. -h Print a help screen on standard output, then exit. -I Force initialization of the given base directory. -o FILE Redirect standard error to FILE, which can be a device (e.g., /dev/ttyp4). -p PLUGIN Load the given plug-in library. EXAMPLES
To start licq with the KDE GUI plug-in: licq -p kde-gui This choice is recorded, so next time it suffices to start without any options. FILES
$HOME/.licq/ per-user configuration data AUTHOR
This man page was written by Zed Pobre <zed@debian.org> and Peter Eisentraut <petere@debian.org> for the Debian project. 08 Oct 2006 LICQ(1)

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NAME
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Copyright 2008-2012 The Padre development team as listed in Padre.pm. LICENSE
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