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Re: chess on fics


On 04/27/2013 11:23 PM, Chris Bannister wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 07:10:01PM +0300, Klearchos-Angelos Gkountras wrote:
>> I want to play on fics [0]  but I can't find a good client .... What
>> kind of client do you use ?
>> [0] www.freechess.org
> Wrong list for that type of question.
Perhaps you are correct
 You want to find out from the site
> what clients are available/usable *then* see if it is available in
> Debian. If it is, and you have trouble installing/using it *THEN* ask here.
But I want to know which client are mostly using debian users ..
> But in saying that, cough, cough.
> root@tal:~# apt-cache search FICS
> eboard - GTK+ chessboard program
> eboard-extras-pack1 - additional piece sets and sounds for eboard (pack
> 1)
> fso-frameworkd - freesmartphone.org Framework Daemon
> google-mock - Google's framework for writing and using C++ mock classes
> libpoe-component-client-ping-perl - ICMP ping client component for POE
> trafficserver - fast, scalable and extensible HTTP/1.1 compliant caching
> proxy server
> trafficserver-dev - Apache Traffic Server Software Developers Kit (SDK)
> trafficserver-plugin-conf-remap - Apache Traffic Server conf_remap
> plugin
> yics - Yahoo! Chess client for use with FICS interfaces
> Although that doesn't find xboard
> root@tal:~# apt-cache show xboard

I know the command and I installed some clients and I was not happy with
someone of them :)

Klearchos-Angelos Gkountras

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