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Richaz

Will Pay for help with UnReal

Post by Richaz »

Hello

I have an UnReal IRC server up and running. It was installed for me by another person. This person can not be reached for some additional work I need done. I need several things doen to the server that I do not have a clue how to do. I am happy to pay for the help.

I have lost my Operater status for putting in Klines and such. I need this put back in place and my partner put as a IRCop also.

I think it needs to be upgraded to the current version. We can talk about if this is needed or not.

I need to have my sessions limites increased. I belive when it was installed it was put at like 5 people from the same IP being able to connect to the server. I need this number increased because I have put a Browser IRC chat client on my web site and not enough people can connect at one time without getting a session limit message.

Please email me at slim h@t citlink.net Forget the spaces and ht.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Rich
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Post by WilliamWIkked »

1.) I'll do this, but for free.

2.) If you want references, visit irc.wikkedwire.com #help and ask about William

Thanks
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Post by Ron2K »

Just read all the docs, then you can do it yourself :P
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Post by WilliamWIkked »

Anyone know a way of finding what user in linux an IRCD is installed to? :)

Can't oper up so we can't find out that way..

We do have root access however..

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Post by AngryWolf »

If you accidentally moved the Unreal3.2 directory to an other path than the installation directory, then simply try running the ircd, then you'll see an error message that tells you what directory the ircd couldn't change to.

If you don't know anything about where the ircd is located, the only way is to use the ps command of the linux system, like this: "ps aux | grep ircd". That will tell you the absolute path, but only if you have run the ircd with the ./unreal script (because that calls the program with the absolute path).
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Post by WilliamWIkked »

ok, that worked, sorta.

[root@hwy95hosting home]# ps aux | grep ircd
#521 4313 0.0 0.1 3404 1884 ? S Jun29 0:06 /home/jesse/Unreal/src/ircd
root 16875 0.0 0.0 3508 640 pts/0 S 15:43 0:00 grep ircd

[root@hwy95hosting home]# cd jesse
-bash: cd: jesse: No such file or directory

kinda odd...
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Post by katsklaw »

The following could produce multiple returns, especially as root .. but it should work.

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whereis ircd
The above will list all instances of any file named 'ircd' If you have root on a shell server then it will likely yield a few instances. However, it shouldn't be too hard to figure out which is your missing ircd.
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Post by WilliamWIkked »

We found it. It seems someone deleted the whole user dir which wiped out the ircd dir as well. The ircd was just running from memory so I just installed a new ircd and killed the old process.
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Post by w00t »

Well, I... uh... guess that stops the wrong people reading the conf and getting the oper passwords!
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Post by Jason »

Seems a bit much for just that... just del the conf


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