Getting jabber to work
go and download http://files.audreyhacking.com/jabberx-audrey.zip. This is JabberX for Audrey, and you can find a little bit of information on it at http://jabber-x.sourceforge.net/ . It is a text-mode Jabber client, so no fancy gui, but it does work well, and uses colors to keep things easy to read and understand. I have used it to connect to my accounts on Yahoo!, AIM, and ICQ, and chatted with friends on each, so it all works. I was running voyager and several pterms at the same time, so I feel like it should play pretty well with other stuff on the Audrey.
I highly recommend that you get familiar with Jabber before using JabberX. Go to http://www.jabber.org, read the User Guide, download a Windows client (I've been using Winjab), choose a server, set up an account, set up your roster (buddy list), etc. You can do all this from JabberX, but in my opinion getting familiar with Jabber on a gui client first will make the transition to JabberX much simpler.
I cannot take credit for this software, all credit goes to the original author. Getting it running on Audrey however was a pain, so I'll take a little credit for that :-).
There are several files that must be in place for JabberX to work. I'll tell you how I have it set up, if you can get it working some other way then feel free.
I have a QNX6.0 filesystem mounted via fs-cifs at /qnx, and have the following links set up:
ln -sP /qnx/usr/lib/terminfo /usr/lib/terminfo ln -s /qnx/usr/local/lib /usr/local/lib
You should probably link the terminfo directories from /kojak/boot.sh or they will disappear after a reboot. If you don't have the terminfo directories, I posted them earlier at dilligaf's site at http://dilligaf.d2g.com/audrey/. Now copy the files to the right places and set up your PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include the directories where the executable and libiksemel.so.0 live:
cp .JabberXrc /nto/photon cp libiksemel.so.0 /usr/local/lib cp JabberX /usr/local/bin export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib
You will need to edit /nto/photon/.JabberXrc to set it up for your Jabber ID, Jabber server, and password.
Now just type "JabberX" and after a few seconds you should be up and running. Try "JabberX --help" for a list of command line options. Once JabberX starts, type "/help" for general help, or "/help commands" for a list of recognized commands. The single-letter shortcuts in particular come in handy.