Problems with CS_INHABITREGISTERED .... modules

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seahawk
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Problems with CS_INHABITREGISTERED .... modules

Post by seahawk » Sat May 22, 2004 12:04 am

I recently installed cs_inhabitregistered modules on anope-1.7.2 and Unreal3.2 when i modload it it loaded just fine. But as soon as i join a new channel the services just quit giving the follwoing information
-OperServ- Module cs_inhabitregistered loaded
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-irc.blahblah.net- *** Global -- from services.blahblah.net: PANIC! buffer = :Nick JOIN #anything
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-irc.blahbah.net- *** LocOps -- Received SQUIT services.bhahblah.net from services.blahblah.net[1.2.3.4] (Services terminating: Segmentation fault)
is there anything i can do to rectify this. Can anyone help me out please... I know this module is Unofficial modules but... since it is from the unreal sites.. i was hoping maybe someone would still help out.. OR.. is there a similar modules doing the same kinda functions ?
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Post by Syzop » Sat May 22, 2004 2:06 am

Well that sounds like an anope module (this forum is about unrealircd modules) so I'm afraid you are really at the wrong place. [hint: contact the author]

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Post by codemastr » Sat May 22, 2004 5:04 am

since it is from the unreal sites
I can assure you, that module is not displayed anywhere on the Unreal site.
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Post by seahawk » Sat May 22, 2004 6:36 am

Oppsss ;) my bad.. its modules.anope.org i mixed up :P
Anyway thanks... If anyone could point me to something which is equivalent to such modules... i will still appreciate it lolz
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Post by codemastr » Sat May 22, 2004 5:14 pm

You can try, http://www.anope.org/forums.html otherwise, contact the author.
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