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irc with linux ??

Discussion in 'Archive: UNIX/Linux' started by zoi84, Dec 25, 1999.

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  1. zoi84

    zoi84 Thread Starter

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    very simple question ...(I hope), whenever I try to ping somebody on irc it (client, *****x, ircII, kvirc) tells me:
    "your own modes prohibt you from doing this".
    How do I "fix" this?

    Thanks in advance

    zagor
     
  2. MikeV

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    Hmmm... It sounds to me like you may have some problems with your setup/config of the irc client.

    I'm not too familiar with the ones you described, but I would start there...

    Let us know,

    Mike

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  3. zoi84

    zoi84 Thread Starter

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    Thanks for sugestion ...I will look at those, first I tought it might
    had something to do with /mode command but apperently it didn't.
    I'll try confg file and I will let you know how it went...
    again thanks
    btw. it's not just *****x, it's all of my irc clients that do that.
     
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