CORRECTION: Fedora Core 2 Update: gaim-1.1.2-0.FC2

    Date28 Jan 2005
    Posted ByJoe Shakespeare
    Fixes a great many bugs. Refer to the official changelog for details.
    Fedora Update Notification
    Product     : Fedora Core 2
    Name        : gaim
    Version     : 1.1.2
    Release     : 0.FC2
    Summary     : A Gtk+ based multiprotocol instant messaging client
    Description :
    Gaim allows you to talk to anyone using a variety of messaging
    protocols, including AIM (Oscar and TOC), ICQ, IRC, Yahoo!,
    MSN Messenger, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, Napster, and Zephyr.  These
    protocols are implemented using a modular, easy to use design.
    To use a protocol, just add an account using the account editor.
    Gaim supports many common features of other clients, as well as many
    unique features, such as perl scripting and C plugins.
    Gaim is NOT affiliated with or endorsed by America Online, Inc.,
    Microsoft Corporation, or Yahoo! Inc. or other messaging service
    Update Information:
    Fixes a great many bugs.  Refer to the official changelog for details.
    * Thu Jan 20 2005 Warren Togami  1:1.1.2-0.FC2
    - FC2
    * Thu Jan 20 2005 Warren Togami  1:1.1.2-1
    - 1.1.2 with more bugfixes
    * Tue Jan 18 2005 Chip Turner  1:1.1.1-3
    - rebuild for new perl
    * Mon Jan 03 2005 Warren Togami  1.1.1-2
    - force required glib2 version
    * Tue Dec 28 2004 Warren Togami  1.1.1-1
    - 1.1.1 (minor bugfixes)
    This update can be downloaded from:
    bd46bfcb6d28a39446eaa163d473b91d  SRPMS/gaim-1.1.2-0.FC2.src.rpm
    541ec4c1ee94daf804c0b3a5e48a29c6  x86_64/gaim-1.1.2-0.FC2.x86_64.rpm
    eef04cdc5f5090b01087bad10ba282dd  i386/gaim-1.1.2-0.FC2.i386.rpm
    This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
    launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.
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