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CLIMM(1)		    General Commands Manual		      CLIMM(1)

NAME
       climm - a small,	text mode ICQ client

SYNOPSIS
       climm  [-h]  [-c]  [-b  _basedir_]  [-i _locale_] [-v[level]] [-l _log-
       place_] [-u _UIN_] [-p _passwd_]	[-s _status_] [-C _commands_]

DESCRIPTION
       climm is	a text based ICQ client	supporting many	of  the	 ICQ  features
       provided	 by  the  client by Mirabilis. climm allows to change the user
       password, create	new accounts, updating user info, search other	users,
       send SMS, open direct connections, send acknowledged messages, transfer
       files, detect other user's client, send UTF-8 encoded messages, execute
       arbitrary commands upon any event, etc.

OPTIONS
       -h|--help
	      Display a	short help text	and exit.

       -c|--nocolor
	      Disable the use of color.

       -b|--basedir _basedir_
	      Specify  basedir as the base directory where climm will look for
	      its files, in particular its climmrc file.

       -i|--i18n _locale_
	      Use the locale locale instead of the one derived	from  environ-
	      ment variables.

       -v|--verbose[level]
	      Set verbose mode,	or set verbosity to level.

       -l|--logplace _file_|_dir_
	      Use file as file to write	log into, or use dir as	a directory to
	      create per user log files	in.

       -u|--uin	_uin_
	      Login with uin only. Maybe repeated.

       -p|--passwd _passwd_
	      Login with passwd	 as  password.	Maybe  repeated	 for  each  -u
	      switch, or single.

       -s|--status _status_
	      Login  with  status as status, which may be given	numerically or
	      inv, dnd,	occ, na, away, ffc, or off[line].

       -C|--cmd	_commands_
	      Execute climm commands cmds after	login instead of  the  default
	      eg command.

USAGE
       Upon  first  start (for the given base directory), climm	will ask for a
       UIN, or create a	new one. After the first login,	the server based  con-
       tact list will be imported automatically.
       Basic  commands include msg to message other contacts (try pressing the
       <tab> key several times on an empty input line to bring up msg commands
       to  message  contacts recently talked to), add to add new contacts, up-
       date, other, and	about to change	your meta data on the ICQ server, and,
       of  course, help	for online help. A complete list of commands is	avail-
       able in the climmcmds(7)	man page.

FEATURES
       climm is	very portable and runs on Linux, DOS, OS/2, Win32, BeOS,  Ami-
       gaOS,  GNU HURD and any other modern unix system.  climm	version	0.5 is
       known to	run on Linux, AIX, HPUX, Tru64,	AmigaOS,  partially  BeOS  and
       other  unices.	However, the other ports may or	may not	still work and
       anyone wishing to test them is welcome to.

HISTORY
       16 Aug 1998
	      Matthew D. Smith releases	climm unto the world.  Followed	by  12
	      dated releases until 25 Sept 1998.

       05 Jan 2001
	      Matthew  D.  Smith  died in a car	accident.  Users pick up where
	      Matthew left off,	formalize climm	 under	the  BSD  license  and
	      restart the development of climm.

       10 June 2002
	      Version  0.4.9 is	released under the GPL licence,	finally	imple-
	      menting the new version 8	of the ICQ protocol, done  by  Rudiger
	      Kuhlmann.

MAILING-LIST
       The climm mailing list is climm-list@climm.org.	Information about sub-
       scribing	 and  archives	is  available  at  http://www.climm.org/piper-
       mail/climm-list/.

DOWNLOAD
       Via HTTP	from http://www.climm.org/download.
       To get the newest version from CVS, enter:
       cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@climm.org:/var/lib/cvs co climm

SEE ALSO
       climmrc(5), climmcmds(7)

FILES
       ~/.climmrc
	      Old configuration	file for climm - obsolete.

       ~/.climm/
	      The default base directory where climm looks for its files.

       BASE/climmrc
	      Configuration file for climm. Contains global configuration.

       BASE/status
	      Configuration file for climm. Contains contacts list and contact
	      options.

       BASE/i18n/*.i18n
	      Local overrides for climm's translation files.

       ~/.climm/i18n/*.i18n
	      Local overrides for climm's translation files.

       BASE/contacts/
	      Directory	where meta data	for contacts is	stored.

       BASE/history/
	      Default directory	for log	files.

       BASE/files/
	      Directory	where incoming file transfers are saved.

       BASE/remote-control
	      Old default location of the FIFO used for	scripting. Renamed  as
	      it confused lusers.

       BASE/scripting
	      Default location of the FIFO used	for scripting.

       PREFIX/share/climm/*.i18n
	      Internationalization   files   containing	 translations  of  all
	      strings climm outputs.

BUGS
       Send  bug  reports  or  comments	 to  Rudiger  Kuhlmann	 _climm@ruedi-
       ger-kuhlmann.de_	(in German or English).

AUTHOR
       This  manual  page  was	derived	 by  James  Morrison _ja2morrison@stu-
       dent.math.uwaterloo.ca_ from the	minimal	man page written by Jordi Mal-
       lach  _jordi@sindominio.net_  for the Debian GNU/Linux system and later
       kept up-to-date by _climm@ruediger-kuhlmann.de_.

				     climm			      CLIMM(1)

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