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doc 2013-06-03 Matthew Beeching Matthew Beeching [b81d28] Added WebIRC block flag 'a' which tells Nefario...
help 2012-05-11 Matthew Beeching Matthew Beeching [e3095d] Missed a couple %'s from the last commit
include 2013-06-03 Matthew Beeching Matthew Beeching [b81d28] Added WebIRC block flag 'a' which tells Nefario...
ircd 2013-06-03 Matthew Beeching Matthew Beeching [b81d28] Added WebIRC block flag 'a' which tells Nefario...
patches 2007-06-30 sirvulcan sirvulcan [c6df68] Added in a way of listing channels that have be...
tools 2010-02-12 sirvulcan sirvulcan [d66fc9] Fixed up the multi server linesync bug, also ju...
.cvsignore 2005-03-23 r33d r33d [496b92] Fixed bugs in m_account.c and s_stats.c. Correc...
.indent.pro 2002-12-29 pierreg0 pierreg0 [21dbd6] Initial revision
ChangeLog 2010-01-07 sirvulcan sirvulcan [8fe26d] Another tweak from Undernet IRCu, see ChangeLog...
ChangeLog.nefarious 2013-06-03 Matthew Beeching Matthew Beeching [b81d28] Added WebIRC block flag 'a' which tells Nefario...
Doxyfile 2009-05-20 sirvulcan sirvulcan [ab0fb4] This commit comprises of 3 things. 1: Doxyficat...
INSTALL 2004-02-14 r33d r33d [d8afa6] More work on merging BoxenIRCu and evilnet IRCu.
LICENSE 2007-06-30 sirvulcan sirvulcan [7a55e3] updated sourcecode to GPL v3.
Makefile.in 2008-08-03 sirvulcan sirvulcan [83be52] Makefile fix and bsd fix
README 2013-02-20 rubin rubin [7ceb4b] testing a commit
README.Cygwin 2005-04-04 sirvulcan sirvulcan [785536] some adjustments in preperation for the upcommi...
README.FreeBSD 2002-12-29 pierreg0 pierreg0 [21dbd6] Initial revision
README.Solaris 2002-12-29 pierreg0 pierreg0 [21dbd6] Initial revision
RELEASE.NOTES 2002-12-29 pierreg0 pierreg0 [21dbd6] Initial revision
acinclude.m4 2004-09-28 sirvulcan sirvulcan [2144fe] autoconf file clean up.
aclocal.m4 2008-06-24 rubin rubin [b2dde6] make nef makefile find bash in odd locations
config.guess 2005-02-11 r33d r33d [7ce48e] Various synchronizations and backports. Check C...
config.h.in 2009-12-18 sirvulcan sirvulcan [62b36a] Attempt to set the core file size during config...
config.sub 2005-02-11 r33d r33d [7ce48e] Various synchronizations and backports. Check C...
configure 2009-12-30 sirvulcan sirvulcan [15e6f3] Added /usr/include/pcre into the pcre configure...
configure.in 2009-12-30 sirvulcan sirvulcan [15e6f3] Added /usr/include/pcre into the pcre configure...
install-sh 2002-12-29 pierreg0 pierreg0 [21dbd6] Initial revision
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Read Me

- Nefarious IRCu ------------------------------------------------------

Nefarious IRCu is a collection of modifications to the Undernet IRC 
daemon known as IRCu. This version is based on Undernet IRCu by the
Undernet Coder Committee. The original code can be obtained from 
their webpage, http://coder-com.undernet.org/ and the latest release of 
Nefarious IRCu can be obtained from http://sf.net/projects/evilnet/.

This version is based on modifications from:
 * Asuka - http://dev-com.quakenet.org
 * Bahamut - http://bahamut.dal.net
 * BOPM - http://www.blitzed.org/bopm
 * GameSurge - http://www.gamesurge.net
 * Hybrid IRCd - http://www.ircd-hybrid.org
 * IRCa - http://www.asylum-net.org
 * IRCoderz IRCd - http://ircoderz.sourceforge.net
 * Lain - http://dev-com.b2irc.net
 * NetGamers IRCd - http://www.netgamers.org
 * RaptorIRCd - http://www.raptorircd.org
 * ScaryNet IRCd - http://sourceforge.net/projects/scarynet
 * snIRCd - http://dev-com.quakenet.org
 * Undernet IRCu - http://coder-com.undernet.org
 * Universal IRCu - http://ircu.sourceforge.net
 * Unreal IRCd - http://www.unrealircd.com
 * Ultimate IRCd - http://www.shadow-realm.org
 * ThunderCity - http://sourceforge.net/projects/thundercity
 * WhatIRCd - http://coder-com.whatnet.org
 * zBounce - http://sourceforge.net/projects/zbounce

We apologize if we have missed an IRCd or tool in the list.
If you see parts of your code being used in Nefarious and do not see 
your IRCd/tool above, please contact one of the developers of Nefarious.

If you are running the development version of Nefarious IRCu on a 
production network, you are doing so at your own peril. We take NO 
RESPONSIBILITY for ANYTHING it might do on your network. We strongly 
recommend that you do NOT run the development version on a production 
network! You have been warned.

- Special Thanks ----------------------------------------------------

Vadtec - vadtec@vadtec.net - Thanks for fixing that nasty crash bug
                             with USER.
Jobe   - jobe@mdbnet.co.uk - Well without you Vadtec may not have figured
	  		     out the above fix.

- Nefarious coders --------------------------------------------------

reed      - Reed Loden       - <reed@reedloden.com>
SiRVulcaN - Neil Spierling   - <sirvulcan@sirvulcan.co.nz>
Rubin     - Alex Schumann    - <rubin@afternet.org>
Jobe      - Matthew Beeching - <jobe@mdbnet.co.uk>

- documentation -------------------------------------------------------

README (this file)	- Credits, some feature lists, ssl notes
READNE.Cygwin		- Cygwin installation instructions (Unsupported)
doc/readme.features	- Full list of ircd.conf F:lines with explanations
doc/example.conf	- Example ircd.conf
doc/p10.txt		- Documentation on the P10 protocol
doc/readme.asll		- Documentation on AsLL
doc/readme.chroot	- Information on using chroot with Nefarious IRCu
doc/readme.jupe		- Documentation on jupes
doc/readme.gline	- Documentation on glines
doc/readme.shun		- Documentation on shuns

- *IMPORTANT NOTICE* --------------------------------------------------

Do NOT ask for support for Nefarious IRCu in #coder-com on Undernet.
The official support channel for Nefarious IRCu is on the AfterNET IRC
Network (irc.afternet.org) in #evilnet. #coder-com on Undernet is ONLY
for normal IRCu and GNUWorld. If you have found bugs in Nefarious IRCu,
do NOT submit them to coder-com@undernet.org or to the undernet-ircu
SourceForge site. Send them to any of the Nefarious IRCu mailing lists
or the Nefarious IRCu SourceForge project site. If you submit a bug
and we find out it's a bug which affects undernet-ircu, then we will
forward the report on.

- ssl notes -----------------------------------------------------------

If you have enabled SSL (--enable-ssl) then no doubt you will want to
use port 994 for your SSL port, as it is standard. You should know that
non-root users can't use ports under 1024 and the ircd wont run as root,
so this becomes an issue. This can be fixed with the Bounce tool
(tools/Bounce). You will need to have root access for this to work.
Server to server SSL is not supported yet.

cd tools/Bounce
edit bounce.conf (you will see a ssl example at the bottom)


What this line will do is, bind port 994 to and any
connections received on it will be fowarded to port 8000, 
port 8000 being a ssl configured port on the ircd (E).

More Examples


after the bounce.conf is done run
./bounce &

If you wish to run bounce in another dir then either copy the Bounce 
dir out or copy the bounce binary and bounce.conf to another directory 
and run.

- installation ---------------------------------------------------------

(see ./configure --help for a range of compile time options)
make install
(ircd.pem generation will be prompted if ircd.pem doesnt exist, assuming
 ssl is enabled, this is skipped if its disabled.)

- cygwin installation --------------------------------------------------


- configuration --------------------------------------------------------

cd /home/ircduser/lib
nano example.conf (or vi, pico, ee, etc. :)
mv example.conf ircd.conf

To encrypt passwords use umkpasswd. This is compiled and install to the
same directory as your ircd binary.

- running --------------------------------------------------------------

cd /home/ircduser/bin

If all goes well the ircd should run. If not, you can check your ircd.conf
by running

./ircd -k

- crashes --------------------------------------------------------------

If your nefarious has crashed then check your dir containing ircd.conf
firstly (default ~/lib). In that dir _hopefully_ is a core file, the
format of name filename will be ircd.DATE.core. Take note of DATE and
go into your dir containing the ircd binary (default ~/bin). In this dir
do this:

ls | grep DATE

You should get a result, now you will have 2 files:


The dates on both files may not match by one number at the end, dont
worry. Now do this:

tar -xcf ~/corefiles.tar.gz /path/to/ircd.DATE.core /path/to/ircd.DATE

Look in your home directory for corefiles.tar.gz and email this to any
email address in the Nefarious coders section towards the top of this
document, along with a description of what you were doing at the time
of the crash on the server. If you know how to reproduce it then tell
us how.

- disclaimer -----------------------------------------------------------

This software is provided "as is" with absolutely no warranties, either 
express or implied. It's use is done so totally at the user's own risk.

Please do not assume we coded everything here ourselves, as we did not.
The whole point of Nefarious is a combination of all good patches to
Undernet IRCu. We try our best to give credits to code we've used, but
from time to time we miss credits. See the top of this document for
credits on IRCds and other code we've used. Also, see doc/Authors.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

- evilnet development - 16.12.2009 -----------------------------------------