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Offline Enigma

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Need help or link to commands, or manual.
« on: September 06, 2005, 11:38:00 am »
I installed the UltimateIRC because our room on Undernet someone took over and
wanted to run ircd on our radio server.  I installed it, works fine but I can't get it
to register my nick so I can become OP or register a room and get the X going like
Undernet.
 
This might be a stupid question but from being a regular user on mirc to running
it--that's a huge leap for me.
 
I just need a small 50-200 people ircd, with 3-5 rooms max and only have 3-5 ops.
Is there a guide, I read most of the files, and read the forum but no luck. Can I email
someone my conf. file and have it looked at?
 
I would appreciate any help possible..
I might be asking stuff that does not work, or exist, or need plugins, or I'm way over
my head..

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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2005, 12:58:13 pm »
Register a channel......
Sounds alot like you didn't link services.

IRCd itself is NOT able to support nickserv, chanserv etc.
Such functionality is part of services.

The best you can get is http://www.anope.org
You have to install it and configure the IRCd to know that services wants to link. It requires a bit of reading and a bit of skills in configuring services.conf and ircd.conf. But its possible :)


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Thank you...
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2005, 07:43:03 pm »
Thanks for the heads up, I knew something was missing.. and I did install the ircservices (rpm) version which I uninstalled because some compatibility issues, but in return I went ahead and emailed, ANOPE because they posted that they needed beta servers and offered mine if they set it up and works 80% of the time..

We only want a place to chat about our radio station, dedications, and technical stuff, no xdcc, no warez or any of that
stuff..

I'll have to do some reading or figure out how to connect to other network..

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« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2005, 11:07:26 am »
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I'll have to do some reading or figure out how to connect to other network..



Often it's the network that you connect to that gives you the files to install, or even do it themselve. The point is that many networks have small modifications of the ircd they use why you would need to use the customized ircd of theirs.

On my network I'm normally the one who installs slaves. This allows me to make sure that all is optimized like I/we prefer it. cronjob, ircd.ini and other vital data like O-lines etc.
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they did.
« Reply #4 on: September 07, 2005, 11:16:34 am »
they did send me a .tar.gz file with 2.28 version that's twaked and 2 other files that had globalirc.network ircd.conf and ircd.ini along with their Ultimate2.8.9-girc.tar

but than I gave them shell and they took 5 minutes to install, only issue they had was binding to IP, they had to bind to a NAT address vs real one which ends up working.. 2dn issue was that 6667 wasn't connecting therefore we used 8006 as a test,
have to check with PIX firewall.. on opening ports..

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« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2005, 11:37:32 am »
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2dn issue was that 6667 wasn't connecting therefore we used 8006 as a test,
have to check with PIX firewall.. on opening ports..



Hehe, indeed. A leaf without port 6667 open isn't usable I guess. Some providers don't allow ports 6660-6669 and 7000 forwarding at all. If this is your problem, then you can't run a leaf on the box. "Only" a hub.
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