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Some of its features include support for multiple users, multiple clients, and multiple IRC servers; playback buffers to catch up with what happened while you were detached, SSL encryption, DCC proxying, and a plugin interface with many plugins supporting other features.
To get started using znc, run "znc --makeconf" to interactively create a configuration file (~/.znc/configs/znc.conf). There is also an example config file in /usr/share/doc/znc/examples/znc.conf.gz Once you have znc set up, you may want to start the daemon on boot, with this in a user's crontab: @reboot znc To connect to znc from your irc client, you will use a command like this: /server <znc_s more»
ZNC - An advanced IRC bouncer ============================= Table of contents: - Minimal Requirements - Optional Requirements - Installing ZNC - Setting up znc.conf - Special config options - Using ZNC - File Locations - ZNC's config file - Writing own modules - Further infos Minimal Requirements -------------------- Core: - GNU make (try gmake if make fails) - GCC 3 or later Optional Requir more»
ZNC(1) ZNC(1) NAME znc - An advanced IRC bouncer SYNOPSIS znc --help znc --version znc --makepass znc [-n] [-d datadir] [-D] [-f] znc [-n] [-d datadir] [-D] [-f] --makeconf znc [-n] [-d datadir] [-D] [-f] --makepem DESCRIPTION znc is an IRC proxy. It runs as a daemon and connects to more»
znc (0.078-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. - connect_throttle module has bee more»
ZNC is developed by these people: Prozac <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jim Hull <email@example.com> Ul more»
Name: znc Maintainer: Patrick Matthäi <firstname.lastname@example.org> Source: http://znc.sourceforge.net/ F more»