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G33K:
Hello,

I have put a perl bot online (idlebot) and have tried to set a vhost on the nick with
--- Code: ---/msg hostserv set <nick> <hostmask>
--- End code ---
and tried
--- Code: ---/msg hostserv activate <nick>
--- End code ---
the bot didn't get the vhost. But if i login on my computer with
--- Code: ---/msg nickserv identify <password>
--- End code ---
the vhost gets displayed. Do i do something wrong?

CrazyCat:
Does your idlebot identify himself against NickServ ?
Can you show us its config file ?

I know that idlerpg bot has a botident setting, but depending on your bot, the system could be different.

G33K:
Hello,

http://idlerpg.net/bot.v3.1.2.tar.gz <-- its the one from here :)

Lord255:
i also have idlerpg as a bot, but here is what i usually do for my bots:

i do go up on the server, register the nick, asks for the vhost, waits, get it, activate it. :)
then i quit, set up the bot to identify against nickserv then just connect it. and voila.
if the bot identifies well, the bot gets the vhost.

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also idlerpg have option to identify with nickserv.
did you set it up properly?


# (identify) command to send upon successful connect. if using a privmsg
# command, you must begin the text of the message with a ":" -- see below
botident PRIVMSG NickServ :identify <pwhere>

# command sent to recover nick if bot's primary nickname is in use if using a
# privmsg command, you must begin the text of the message with a ":" -- see
# below
botghostcmd PRIVMSG NickServ :ghost %botnick% <pwhere>



if you do a
/msg nickserv status <idlerpgbotnick>
what's the number which you get back ?:) does the /whois of the bot shows that the bot is identified against nickserv?

CrazyCat:
And I do exactly the same, and it's work.
So, check your configuration, test the vhost with your IRC client, disconnect, then start idlerpg.

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