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Charm

Name:Charm
by evilhat
Description:Charm is a menu-driven, text-only, cross-platform client written in Python. It supports the full array of posting and editing options, can run in a polling check-friend-updates-only mode, supports multiple usernames and other various features.
Homepage:http://ljcharm.sourceforge.net/
Journal: Watch ljcharm for updates.

centericq

Name:centericq
by thekonst
Description:centericq is a text-mode window-driven instant messaging application that supports many different IM networks, and integrates LiveJournal support into its IM interface. It supports posting, watching for friend view updates, announcements about friends' birthdays, reading journals via an internal RSS reader and many other options. It runs under a variety of UNIX system variants, Windows, and Mac OS X.
Homepage:http://thekonst.net/centericq/

JLJ

Name:JLJ
by jerronimo
Description:JLJ is an interactive Perl client with numerous features, including friends-list checking, multiple profiles and several offline posting options. It can be run in a non-interactive mode for automated posts. Requires perl 5.002.
Homepage:http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=JLJ
Journal: Watch jlj for updates.

SCLJ

Name:SCLJ
by sapphirecat
Description:SCLJ is a Perl program, based on the original Perl client by bradfitz, which can be used to update your LiveJournal from your Linux or BSD-based box. Requires perl 5.005 and the URI and LWP Perl modules.
Note: This client is no longer being actively developed.
Homepage:http://sclj.sourceforge.net/
Journal: Watch sclj for updates.

Clive

Name:Clive
by wombat
Description:Clive is a console-based LiveJournal client for UNIX implementation-based systems, written in C. It can be used in a number of ways: on a pipe (like a filter), interactively, or just as a command. It supports both file-based and command-line configuration.
Homepage:http://sourceforge.net/projects/ljclive/
Journal: Watch ljclive for updates.

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