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By: deryni9

gaim taking up 100% of your cpu isn't the same as crashing, and the liboscar
issue only happens on Windows (at least that I've ever seen). Does your gaim
crash? Or does it just sit there spinning forever? Can you run gaim in gdb and
hit ctrl-c when gaim is spinning and see what it is doing?

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