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README

- KouChat v1.5.0 README

KouChat is a simple serverless chat client for local area networks.
It's written in Java, and is free software.

If you don't have Java installed, go to https://www.java.com/
and download Java 7 or newer.

KouChat can usually be started by clicking on the kouchat-x.x.x.jar file,
just like any other application.

You can also start KouChat from the console: 'java -jar kouchat-x.x.x.jar'

Enjoy :)



Copyright 2006-2018 Christian Ihle
https://www.kouchat.net/
https://www.facebook.com/kouchatapp

Source and graphics available under the GNU LGPL v3.
See COPYING for details.

error.wav is created by Nuno Povoa and is part of the KDE Oxygen theme,
available under the GNU Lesser General Public License
(https://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html).

The smileys are from a GNOME 3 icon theme.
See README in icons/smileys folder.
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