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Old 09-18-2005, 08:01 PM   #1
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IRC fserver - any recommendations ?

A friend of mine asked me to set-up an IRC fserver for him under Linux. He recently switched from Windows where he was using mIRC + Starfleet (a mIRC script).

He uses XChat 2.4.1 under Linux, and the obvious choice seemed to be Obsidian, which is a script running on XChat.

But - there is always a but - Obsidian is either available in a 2 year old version, which does not run on XChat > 2.0, or as a fork (named Obsidian+) which needs XChat >= 2.4.3.

Before I proceed further, I would like to know if there are alternatives to that set-up.

Google did not come up with any other IRC fserver - either as XChat script or stand-alone. Is there something you can recommend?


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