"As we expand to multiple platforms like Linux, we're making
sure we meet their needs," said spokeswoman Jane Lennon. AOL
doesn't have a specific schedule for releasing a final version of
the software, she said."
"Even before AOL got into the act, people who used Linux had
ways to connect to the AIM service. For example, Jabber offers
instant messaging software that works on Windows and Linux
computers and also on others through a Java client interface. Corel
Linux ships ready to work with Linux through the Java client.
Another program, called Gaim, also can tap into AIM services, Gaim
co-founder Rob Flynn said in an interview today."
"Adding a Linux client for AIM makes sense for AOL as it
embraces a variety of new devices to tap into its services. In
particular, AOL, in partnership with computer maker Gateway and
chipmaker Transmeta, is developing a line of easy-to-use appliances
running Linux to connect to the Internet and AOL services.
These Internet appliances are due later this year."
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