Anope Services Aliases and Putting them in a Channel

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Zantox
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Anope Services Aliases and Putting them in a Channel

Post by Zantox » Sat Nov 17, 2012 7:11 am

Hello,

I'd like to shorten /msg chanserv
to: /msg c

how can I do this?

Also:

I'd like to get a channel called like #services
and have the oper stuff broadcasted in it like joins and such and when people use chanserv etc.

Crash
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Re: Anope Services Aliases and Putting them in a Channel

Post by Crash » Sat Nov 24, 2012 5:39 pm

Add this block in your services.conf and change the aliases for your preferences. good luck :D

# ...Alias <nick> <string> [OPTIONAL]
# Specify alternate nicknames for services. When a user will /msg
# NickServAlias something, it will be forwarded to NickServName, and
# NickServName will answer. This can be used to ease the migration
# from another network, for example if your services are called
# NickKeeper, ChanKeeper, etc ... and the other network calls them
# NickServ, ChanServ, etc ...

NickServAlias "Nick" "Nickname Server Forwarder"
ChanServAlias "C" "Channel Server Forwarder"
MemoServAlias "Memo" "Memo Server Forwarder"
BotServAlias "Bot" "Bot Server Forwarder"
HelpServAlias "Help" "Help Server Forwarder"
OperServAlias "Oper" "Operator Server Forwarder"
#GlobalAlias "Global" "Global Noticer Forwarder"
#DevNullAlias "DevNull2" "/dev/null -- message sink Forwarder"
HostServAlias "Virtual" "vHost Server Forwarder"

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