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 on: December 31, 2019, 11:01:41 AM 
Started by Rene - Last post by Lord255
didn't try, because SET commands were set to level 5, which means other aop -s can use all of the SET commands as well.

so i know what you want, but it could be solved by a different group only, which means you have to tweek the config.

to be honest, i don't know why simple aop -s should change or add entry msg's, but i know.. lots of networks, lots of differences.
either you start tweeking the conf or just try to set the level for not aop -s, but for some higher rank and give out the SET commands for the ppl you trust.

 on: December 31, 2019, 10:41:09 AM 
Started by Rene - Last post by Rene
Thanks @Lord255

Have you also tried according to your methods mentioned whether this user with these rights, ie the AOP level if you set the SET level to 5, whether he can also make other set settings? for me it was anyway. I've already got that far.

Sorry for the bad english :)

 on: December 30, 2019, 05:21:13 PM 
Started by Phillip - Last post by Lord255
probably the link blocks were wrong.
i hope now you use localhost or since both the ircd and the services are on the same machine. right?
anyway. (y)

 on: December 30, 2019, 04:07:27 PM 
Started by Rene - Last post by Lord255
besides above, you could check out your chanserv.conf.
the whole thing is defined with these lines:

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/* Command group configuration for ChanServ.
 * Commands may optionally be placed into groups to make ChanServ's HELP output easier to understand.
 * Remove the following groups to use the old behavior of simply listing all ChanServ commands from HELP.
name = "chanserv/access"
description = _("Used to manage the list of privileged users")

name = "chanserv/status"
description = _("Used to modify the channel status of you or other users")

name = "chanserv/management"
description = _("Used to manage channels")

name = "chanserv/admin"
description = _("Services Operator commands")

set commands are limited for chanserv/management group:
Code: [Select]
command { service = "ChanServ"; name = "SET"; command = "chanserv/set"; group = "chanserv/management"; }
and here is the entrymsg command:
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command { service = "ChanServ"; name = "ENTRYMSG"; command = "chanserv/entrymsg"; group = "chanserv/management"; }

you can tweek the conf, for example giving the entrymsg command to a lower level group or create an other group, but only if you know what you are doing. :)

 on: December 30, 2019, 03:51:19 PM 
Started by Rene - Last post by Lord255
hello Rene!

i am on v2.0.6. you?
i have tested this entrymsg for you.

set the level for set to 5.
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//cs levels # set set 5reply from CS:
Code: [Select]
-ChanServ- Level for SET on channel # changed to 5.
adding the user to access list:
Code: [Select]
//cs access # add <nick> 5reply from CS:
Code: [Select]
-ChanServ- <nick> added to # access list at level 5.
setting the entry msg with <nick>:
Code: [Select]
//cs entrymsg # add asdreply from CS:
Code: [Select]
-ChanServ- Entry message added to #
Code: [Select]
//cs entrymsg # listreply:
Code: [Select]
-ChanServ- Entry message list for #:
-ChanServ- Number  Creator  Created                   Message
-ChanServ- 1       <nick>   Dec 30 16:43:06 2019 CET  asd
-ChanServ- End of entry message list.

changing back to default (9999):
Code: [Select]
-ChanServ- Level for SET on channel # changed to 9999.
if i try to add an other msg now i get access denied.
so this function seems working fine.

above you can see the commands, please try it out yourself.

 on: December 30, 2019, 02:15:03 PM 
Started by Thomas - Last post by gerry
if you're referring to glines, klines, zlines, gzlines... these are stored on your server daemon itself as opposed to services.

if you're on Unrealircd, you can see a list via /stats and selecting the correct option.. ie /stats g for glines and gzlines

 on: December 30, 2019, 02:15:03 PM 
Started by gerry - Last post by Lord255
hehe. no worries. :)
you are welcome.

btw i saw you had probs connecting to irc.
for anope you could use this server:

main channel of course is #anope
but now your question is answered, so maybe next time.. :)

good luck.

 on: December 30, 2019, 02:12:13 PM 
Started by Thomas - Last post by Lord255
what kind of bans are you talking about? :)
akill? or simple channel bans? or server bans like gline/zline.. ?
they are all different.

if you posted this on anope i guess you are asking about akill. for that you have this command:
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//os akill list

 on: December 30, 2019, 02:11:23 PM 
Started by gerry - Last post by gerry
oh man... i cant believe that.. i'm so used to setting the time without having to use (+) like with a gline where you put the (+/-) after the command to initiate it..

Many thanks Lord255. I guess its what happens when you engage a command that you havent needed to use for years!! testament to the well run nature of the server lol..

You're a star. Much appreciated.

Code: [Select]
[14:08] -OperServ-   2       **    Sleeping_On_The_Job  Dec 30 14:08:23 2019 UTC  expires in 90 days  3LKU38M0SN  [Sleeping_On_The_Job] teenton_spammer

 on: December 30, 2019, 02:05:39 PM 
Started by gerry - Last post by Lord255
yeap. you added it wrong.
check the two lines:

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-OperServ- Number  Mask              By       Created                                     Expires             ID          Reason
-OperServ-   1       **  Lord255  Dec 30 14:47:32 2019 CET  expires in 30 days  ZWFERIMLFO  [Lord255] plzdont
-OperServ-   3       90d **  Sleeping_On_The_Job  Dec 30 09:26:47 2019 UTC  expires in 29 days  GTW9N5Y5KF  [Sleeping_On_The_Job] teenton_spammer

1st is mine, 2nd is yours.
you are having the realname pattern as "90d **"

remove that and use this command:

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//os snline add +31d **:plzdont

the meaning:
//os snline add +<exptime> <realnamepattern>:<reason>

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