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Old 04-29-2004, 03:01 AM   #1
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opendchub bot


hello lq users,

I recently installed opendchub on a server that runs debian woody.
I have backported the package (trivial) and it works just fine, except (of course) one thing:

I don't know how I can give commands through the chat to the hub.
In the config help file it says that using the commands that are listed there with the format "!command_for_odch params params" instead of "$command_for_odch params params|" (like in the telnet console) would make the hub accept the commands....But it doesn't!!!!! Where should I send the command (common chat is not secure) ?

Is there no bot already implemented as I understood from the config help file?

If not, were can I find a ready made one? I would make one myself, but I don't have the time (and I have almost zero knowledge of perl) to make it.

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