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hmtaccess

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type commad /oper not run, please help me
« on: December 01, 2008, 03:46:42 PM »

The people greet me and have set Anope and UnrealIRCD

then it runs very well and when I start to type commands

/oper nick passoper

it reports like this
      No O-lines for your host
this is code UnrealIRCD my

everyone would like to help
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oper hmtaccess {
    class           clients;
    from {
        userhost hmtaccess@gmail.com;
    };
    password "minhhoi";
    flags
    {
        netadmin;
        can_zline;
        can_gzline;
        can_gkline;
        global;
      can_rehash;
      helpop;
      can_globops;
      can_wallops;
      can_localroute;
      can_localkill;
      can_kline;
      can_unkline;
      can_localnotice;
      can_globalroute;
      can_globalkill;
      can_globalnotice;
      global;
      can_dccdeny;
      can_setq;
      admin;
      services-admin;
    };
};


listen        192.168.1.11:6667
{
    options
    {
       
        clientsonly;
      ssl;
    };
};
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Re: type commad /oper not run, please help me
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2008, 03:49:20 PM »

I still have not understood this very, first-time configuration should be quite a few chickens
 :) :) :) :) :)
please help me
sorry my bad english
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Re: type commad /oper not run, please help me
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2008, 04:33:31 PM »

Firstly this has NOTHING to do with Anope.

Secondly, "userhost" in the oper block should be an ident@host mask that the server sees you as connecting from (see your /whois for your real host and real IP, and also your ident)

You can use *@* but it is safer to use *@<fullip> or *@<fullhost>
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