Yeah, I should be able to preset a socks proxy with:
'/set SOCKS_PORT <port-number>'
'/set SOCKS_HOST <socks-server>'
or I could just edit the .BitchX.sav file.
But in this case it still doesn't work. I have a feeling my ISP is blocking socks for some reason. They definately block all of the samba stuff. (I'm still waiting for admin to call me back about socks)
Might you be able to explain to me how to configure BitchX to not automatically connect to servers upon startup? This would be really good to know. I've searched everywhere (starting with the man page), but can't seem to find anything. There doesn't seem to be anything about it mentioned in any BitchX config files, and I was thinking that maybe I should try to recompile it or something.
Never tried proxy chains before, though I am (now) interested. From what I've gathered so far, though, getting BitchX, ircii, and xchat to use a socks proxy by issuing only a few commands should be a very simple task, so of course I wanna nail that down first.
Last edited by toDDie; 07-27-2009 at 06:13 PM.