OpenChatterBox is an LANChat-like application which is designed for communicating over LANs. It uses a protocol similar to the ChatterBox utility for Windows, but doesn't support colors, pictures, or user modes yet.
|Tags||Communications Chat Unix Talk Internet Networking|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Unix|
Release Notes: Fixes for GCC 4.0. The build system has changed to GNU auto* tools. The package has been Debianized.
Release Notes: This release has text formatting support, /B, /I, /U, and /msg commands have been added. Internal command names have changed. An ugly packet length bug and some minor bugs have been fixed. The documentation and manual have been updated.
Release Notes: In this version, the documentation was updated.
Release Notes: This version includes simple user managment, /whois, /away, /back, /clockon, and /clockoff commands, and AutoHello, AutoBye, and AutoAway support. Some ugly bugs were fixed, and config.c should no longer crash.