simo commented on a Page, cs_saregister bot mIRC for Anope 2.0+ (with UnrealIRCd)  -  Oct 02, 2017

as services root in anope 2.0* u can register any channel without the need for a module and transfer founder access to anyone

hlpxbr  -  Oct 04, 2017

Yes, in fact. But, if you are lazy same to me, you will prefer to use a unique command to do it.

simo  -  Oct 05, 2017

you could add alias in ircd (using gottems fantasy module) to send commands to anope2 or u could even add the alias in anope2 that way it saves typing entire commands that way it goes thro the ircd/anope2 incase mirc is down, many ways to do this really

for example in unrealircd.conf u could add :
and have users do this in channel /chanreg #channel

alias "chanreg" {
format "^#" {
target "chanserv";
type services;
parameters "REGISTER %1-";
format "^[^#]" {
target "chanserv";
type services;
parameters "REGISTER %1-";
type command;

hlpxbr  -  Oct 05, 2017

Yes, i know, i think that u didn't understand me, so, this code is to replace the cs_saregister module for anope 1.8.x, the module cs_saregister register channels and set founder to the nick /cs saregister , you can't do it on anope 2.0 that doesn't have this option...

simo  -  Oct 06, 2017

also if a user cant register his own channel by him/herselve ( and need others to register it for them ) they are not fit to run it

jacklynnvern  -  Dec 02, 2017

Hi everyone,

always been a bit of lurker around here I have not used UnrealIRCD for many years however a time has come where I wish to get involved again and start using.
m |pestveda

I am having some issues trying to link Anope to UnrealIRCD (UnrealIRCd 4.0.4 & Anope 2.0.3)

the error I am getting appears to be very generic.

unrealircd.conf thanks 4 sharing

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