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Old 02-19-2007, 03:37 AM   #1
LordHendrix
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set up vhost for irc


I have a Centos linux. in irc i want to have this sample like this. mynick@my.personalized.vhost.com .

i have my 5 static ip.
i have registered subdomain names at afraid.org >>> elearn.edu.ms

now how to i make this possible.

thanks and hoping someone can help me and more power
 
Old 02-20-2007, 11:57 AM   #2
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Not sure but doesn't it depend on the irc client you use? In irssi (great irc program, especially when used with GNU Screen) you could do
Code:
/set hostname hostname
if you mean that..but I'd start off by reading documenation for your own irc client. Sorry if I'm mistaken; I don't use this vhost thing myself, so all I can say is something I've heard or read.
 
  


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