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 Post subject: O:Line Difficulty
PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 1:34 am 

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Hi, I have got IRCu running on my shell fine but I am having trouble with the O:Lines. I have tried as many hostmask as I can but the /oper command still returns that I have no O:Line for my host.

I include my conf here:

M:earth.afflictnet.org:208.53.169.59:AfflictNet Central Server::1

P:*@*:208.53.169.59:C:6667

Y:1:90:0:0:80000
Y:10:90:0:0:750000
Y:20:90:300:0:3000000

I:*@*:3:*@*::1

O:*@*.range81-155.btcentralplus.com:<psswd removed>::10

F:LOG:SYSTEM:FILE:ircd.log
F:LOG:SYSTEM:LEVEL:CRIT
F:NETWORK:"AfflictNet"


I tried using "*@*" as the hostmask to no success.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 2:20 am 
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Try reading example.conf more closely.
The host does not contain user@host - it is just host (the the *@ doesn't belong there).



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 2:44 am 

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These are the two examples given in the example configuration file:

O:*@*.cs.vu.nl:VRKLKuGKn0jLs:Niels::10
o:*@*.uu.net:noncryptedpass:Braden::10

I can't see how my O:Line doesn't conform with those above.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 7:25 am 

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How about the opername ?



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 Post subject: Re: O:Line Difficulty
PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 7:53 am 
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_dood_ wrote:
Hi, I have got IRCu running on my shell fine but I am having trouble with the O:Lines. I have tried as many hostmask as I can but the /oper command still returns that I have no O:Line for my host.

I include my conf here:

M:earth.afflictnet.org:208.53.169.59:AfflictNet Central Server::1

P:*@*:208.53.169.59:C:6667

Y:1:90:0:0:80000
Y:10:90:0:0:750000
Y:20:90:300:0:3000000

I:*@*:3:*@*::1

O:*@*.range81-155.btcentralplus.com:<psswd removed>::10

F:LOG:SYSTEM:FILE:ircd.log
F:LOG:SYSTEM:LEVEL:CRIT
F:NETWORK:"AfflictNet"


I tried using "*@*" as the hostmask to no success.


Are you using a crypted password? Maybe the server conf is set for crypted passwords and you write your password normal.

And where is the name for login?

O:*@*.range81-155.btcentralplus.com:password:name::10


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:54 am 
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did you rehash or restart it after you changed it ?

# O:<host|ip mask>:<password>:<nick>::<class>
# o:<host|ip mask>:<password>:<nick>::<class>
# <host|ip> A hostname or IP address mask required for the O: line
# <password> An encrypted password
# <nick> Nickname required to oper up
# <class> A connection class


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 10:42 am 
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angelic1 wrote:
Try reading example.conf more closely.
The host does not contain user@host - it is just host (the the *@ doesn't belong there).

Wrong, it belongs there, I think you need to read the example.conf before *helping* someone.

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did you rehash or restart it after you changed it ?

Restart is not needed, only rehash, it can be done via kill -HUP pid in the shell.

_dood_: Also if you are using not encrypted password you need F:CRYPT_OPER_PASSWORD:FALSE in the ircd.conf

Good luck.

And something else, people if you have no idea about IRCu please don't just copy and paste when you don't understand that, thank you very much.

Best Regards,
Mitko.



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 11:57 am 

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I noticed my mistake sorry.

I have two O:Lines configured but only one may be opered at a time. If one is opered, the other gets a no host reply.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2005 5:57 am 

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_dood_ wrote:
I have two O:Lines configured but only one may be opered at a time. If one is opered, the other gets a no host reply.


Check your class config (pay attention to Y: lines), most likely the class is full after one user.



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2005 2:28 pm 
Smartass, and where's the opername? if you want to do like this '/oper password' you can't, you need to specify an username too ..you know..


  
 
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 3:25 pm 
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Doa wrote:
did you rehash or restart it after you changed it ?

# O:<host|ip mask>:<password>:<nick>::<class>
# o:<host|ip mask>:<password>:<nick>::<class>
# <host|ip> A hostname or IP address mask required for the O: line
# <password> An encrypted password
#[b] <nick> Nickname required to oper up[b]
# <class> A connection class


Actually it`s username and not nickname a user cam oper up using any nick....the host for an oper recognises you after your user and pass set in the ircd.conf of the server. The nick you use it`s not relevant.



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 Post subject: O:Line Difficulty
PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 3:39 am 

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I apologise.

When removing the passwords from the O:Lines to post them here, I removed the username too.

I resolved the issue. I had a ":" missing on both of them.

Thanks for your support. =)


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