- 1. How do I register my nickname?
- 2. I've registered my nickname, but how do I login to it each time I connect to IRC?
- 3. I've lost my nickname's password!
- 4. I was disconnected from the network but my nickname is still in use. What can I do?
- 5. How do I register a channel?
- 6. How do I set a topic to my channel?
- 7. How do I assign a bot to my channel?
- 8. How do I make other people get status automatically when they join my channel?
- 9. How do I get a vHost for my nickname?
- 10. I have been banned from the network. How can I contact a network administrator?
To register your nickname type
/msg NickServ REGISTER Password E-mail. Replace Password for the password that you want to use for your nickname and E-mail for a real e-mail address.
To identify to your nickname type
/msg NickServ IDENTIFY Password.
If you forgot your password join #MindForge and the network staff will help you.
You can use the ghost command by typing
/msg NickServ GHOST Nickname Password.
To register a channel, you must first join it and get operator status. Then, type
/msg ChanServ REGISTER #Channel Password Description. Enter the desired channel name, the password that will be used to allow others identify to make changes to the channel settings and a short description which will be displayed on the channel information.
To set the topic of your channel type
/msg ChanServ TOPIC #Channel SET Topic.
To assign a services bot to your channel type
/msg BotServ ASSIGN #Channel BotName. To see a list of the available bots type
/msg BotServ BOTLIST.
To give other users status automatically on join your channel, they must first have a registered nickname. Then, type
/msg ChanServ ACCESS #Channel ADD Level.
Each level comes with different privileges. Here's a list with the most useful levels in a default channel setup:
- -1: The user will be automatically banned from the channel.
- 3: The user will automatically receive voice (+v or +) status on join.
- 4: The user will automatically receive half-op (+h or %) status on join.
- 5: The user will automatically receive op (+o or @) status on join.
- 10: The user will automatically receive op and protect (+oa or &) status on join.
You can check what level is required for each command or privilege by typing
/msg ChanServ LEVELS #Channel LIST. The levels are also editable, type
/msg ChanServ HELP LEVELSto know more about it.
There are three ways by which you can get a virtual host for your nickname. Visit the vHosts page to see all information detailed.
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