Gyachi: The full Yahoo! Messenger Protocol on Linux systems

on Friday, 28 December 2012

"Gyachi" makes it possible to use the full bandwidth of the Yahoo! Messenger Protocol under Linux to use. "Gyachi" is basically the Gyach Enhanced Yahoo! client put in an improved variant.

Recent innovations

"Gyachi" is now available in the latest version 1.1 includes the following new features:

  • The UI has been improved
  • The speed was increased
  • Some major sources of error have been fixed


The software can

With "gyachi" it is now possible for Linux users, virtually all functions of the original Yahoo! Messenger client on your operating system to use. It contains almost all the features of the Windows version. The software includes a voice chat and even a webcam function. Moreover nicknames and avatars are integrated, as well as fader to display images, PC-to-PC, Phone-to-PC and PC-to-phone telephony and the use of various chat rooms. Moreover, data transfers to the other and part of the text messaging software by a user. For the user interface, the software uses the Gtk + 2 technology.

The editorial says the net world to gyachi

"Gyachi" is a lightweight tool that allows the user, with the Yahoo! Messenger client to work on a Linux system. It can use almost all the contents that are a Windows user. Unfortunately, the voice chat works but only in chat rooms. Additionally, the tool is not very easy to use, at this point, "gyachi" other Messenger clients hangs behind a little.

System Requirements

"Gyachi" requires a PC with a Linux operating system. Furthermore, you need Gtk + 2 2.0.6 or later and libjasper. In addition, an internet connection is required to use the program and its web content can.