How to communicate using IRC

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* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#How_to_install_X-Chat| How do I install XChat?]]
 
* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#How_to_install_X-Chat| How do I install XChat?]]
 
* [[Using Internet Messenger for IRC | Can I use the Internet Messenger application for IRC?]]
 
* [[Using Internet Messenger for IRC | Can I use the Internet Messenger application for IRC?]]
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* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#Registration| I try and /join #fedora and I end up in #fedora-unregistered. What happened]]
 
* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#What_is_the_difference_between_NickServ_Password_and_Server_Password_in_X-Chat| What is the difference between a "NickServ password" and a "Server password" in XChat?]]
 
* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#What_is_the_difference_between_NickServ_Password_and_Server_Password_in_X-Chat| What is the difference between a "NickServ password" and a "Server password" in XChat?]]
 
* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#What_are_the_Basic_IRC_commands| What are the basic IRC commands?]]
 
* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo#What_are_the_Basic_IRC_commands| What are the basic IRC commands?]]

Revision as of 05:22, 27 May 2010

Contents

I want to know about IRC...

I want to know about Fedora...

How to Behave in IRC

Fedora Support Channel Meeting Information

The IRC Support Special Interest Group holds meetings every week at 17:00UTC in #fedora-meeting. These meetings are open to any interested parties to help discuss and improve Fedora irc support.