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r2d2

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Anope 1.9 (also 1.8) + IRCd-Ratbox 2.2.8
« on: April 23, 2009, 04:36:01 PM »

Hi,

I have successfully configured Anope with ircd-ratbox server. Configuration is setup on my local machine. I can see that services are connected but none of them actually join any channel. There is no i.e. NickServ on #help (which is configured in services.conf) but when I whois this nickname I get proper response from IRCd confirming that nickname is available:

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[(status)] /whois nickserv

17:38:18 -!- NickServ [services@localhost.net]
17:38:18 -!-  ircname  : Nickname Registration Service
17:38:18 -!-  server   : dark.hades.arpa [Services for IRC Networks]
17:38:18 -!-           : IRC Operator
17:38:18 -!- End of WHOIS

So as you can see, there is no channel listed under its nick, although it's configured in services.conf file. What's more, if I query the bot with
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/msg NickServ help I get no response either. Now, to debug I run:

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./services -debug -support -nofork
but can't really find anything that could give me a clue what's wrong. Please see full debug output below.

Any idea why services are not visible on IRC server? Maybe there is something wrong with my
configuration (also pasted below) and causes split between ircd and services? But if thath was true, I won't be able to see /whois of that NickServ service, right?

« Last Edit: April 23, 2009, 04:45:54 PM by r2d2 »
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Re: Anope 1.9 (also 1.8) + IRCd-Ratbox 2.2.8
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2009, 04:47:04 PM »

What have you configured that would put Nickserv in #help?

That doesn't happen without the use of a third party module if that even exists for 1.9 yet.
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Re: Anope 1.9 (also 1.8) + IRCd-Ratbox 2.2.8
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2009, 04:54:22 PM »

Hi Charles,

Maybe you are right, there is no clear definition for channel to join, but have a look here:

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networkinfo
{
        /*
         * For the given channel, every use that has or gets op status of the channel
         * will automatically receive the +h user mode. This directive is optional.
         */
        helpchannel = "#help"

        /*
         * If set, Services will output log messages to the given channel. This
         * directive is optional.
         *
         * IMPORTANT: This can be a security risk, so make certain this channel is
         * sufficiently protected from normal access.
         */
        logchannel = "#services"

        /*
         * If set, Services will output all BotServ chatter to the defined logchannel
         * above. It shows all uses of BotServ ACT and SAY commands. Note that there
         * is no logging to the log file. Only works if logchannel is also defined.
         * This directive is optional.
         */
        logbot = yes

This don't mean bot will output some texts on configured channels?

Anyways - how can I make services to join #services etc...? Please note exalt the sae thing is happening to me when using 1.8 version of Anope. Any clues?
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Re: Anope 1.9 (also 1.8) + IRCd-Ratbox 2.2.8
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2009, 04:57:15 PM »

Hi,

Yes; the functionality you describe isn't there by default. - You can use LOGCHAN which will make some output to #services in your case.

Maybe something like this third party module for 1.8 might help?

http://modules.anope.org/viewmod.php?id=3


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Re: Anope 1.9 (also 1.8) + IRCd-Ratbox 2.2.8
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2009, 05:08:24 PM »

Description of this module looks promising ;) I will give it a try and see how it behaves. Thank you.
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