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9.8. Konversation

Konversation is located on the KDE Desktop. You can find details at http://konversation.kde.org/.

9.8.1. Configuring Konversation

To configure Konversation select:
  1. Kickoff Application Launcher > Applications > Internet > IRC Client .
  2. The Servers List window pops up and has a default network listed. Select New or click on the default network then select Edit .
    1. Type in your chosen network in the Network Name: field.
    2. Under Identity click Edit and add your user names .
    3. Check the box Connect Application at Start-up to attach automatically when you open Konversation
  3. In the Auto Join Channels window:
    1. Click on the default channel listed then Edit or just click the Add button to ad your choice.
    2. Type in your desired channels, and passwords if needed, then click the Ok button.
  4. You are returned to the Edit Network window. Select the Ok button. Now click the Connect button at the bottom right in the Servers List window to attach to the network and your channels.

 
 
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