I have recently downloaded the XChat IRC program, and I want to add a network, server and channel. However, I'm not entirely sure which goes where. I have made numerous attempts but all have shown the message that it could not be connected to and that I should make sure I spelled it correctly (which I have). If anyone could help me find the proper fields to put the information into, I would be very grateful. Here is all the information I can find on the matter:
I'm using Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal, 64-bit. I've been using it since Alpha, and Firefox and xChat have always frozen my system. I update daily, so I know I'm on the newest updates, yet they still freeze my system. I've tried doing a total uninstall on both of them and reinstalled to the same freezes.
I've never used irc and I decided I'd just like to learn how it works. I've got Xchat installed, I can easily find networks and channels with users in it, but then I can never see any messages. I see the initial channel messages when I join, but even in channels with hundreds of people I don't see any other messages come up.
I am trying to compile a simple remote procedure call program. I am getting an error: /tmp/ccy0M5rT.o: In function 'main': rpchighlayer.c.text+0x5c): undefined reference to 'rnusers' collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
I tried to compile the latest VLC as the instruction of [URL]... except that giving configure option '--enable-vaapi' when compiling ffmpeg.But, i got below error messages, and don't know what to do. My system is as follows.
My system is a fc 12 using a 22.214.171.124 kernel from kernel.org ... i've prefer compile by myself to get a minimal kernel ( i got a old p4 a 1,6ghz 2gb ram) but i got fedora kernels from updates too I am trying to compile a kernel from www.kernel.org, linux-126.96.36.199 full .. i made the same with 188.8.131.52 and all ok I got kernels from fedora distro (kernel-devel and kernel-headers installed) and kernel.org I dont know why about directory paths and files ... why make finds it? ... i think that linux-184.108.40.206.bz2 include all needed how to configure the install path ? ... if i am using /usr/src/kernels/linux-220.127.116.11 and all bzip2 extracted into it ... i can't see "configure" tool I am trying to compile kernel 18.104.22.168 (without problems 22.214.171.124), but i got the following message :
i downloaded extracted obsidian.pl to .xchat2. loaded the plugin in xchat. now how do i build the file list? are the files genarated from root_dir? is it the build_file_list? varibles from the obsidian.pl file ive been trying to find some kind of setup file or webpage for obsidian fserver but to my avail there isnt much info on this plugin.
ok so i managed to get a list of files generated now it seems i cant acess my fserv when i type /ctcp <nick> <trigger> all i get is this "Received a CTCP BLOODYSCRIPT! from hraesvelg" nothing else. i run the the ctcp command from another computer in the house. it fails to respond with !list
I know Ive been a lil redundant, there are a lot that has been said about this cam, some made them work, others not. My point is, I haven't. Once it worked, about 2 years ago, but suddenly after the Jaunty updates it has stopped.
10.10) now, and only use windows as my DVR (what im currently trying to change). To that end, i have a Hauppauge 2250 video capture card, and Steven at KernalLabs has an alpha release that has been said to work very well with mythTV.
Anyways, i followed one of the posts and successfully compiled the driver using "sudo make menuconfig." I attempted to install with the "make install" command, and the first half of the driver seemed to install and the second half (firmware related) received errors.
make -C firmware install make: Entering directory `/home/mlavigne/saa7164-v4l/v4l/firmware Installing firmwares at /lib/firmware: vicam/firmware.fw cp: cannot stat `vicam/firmware.fw: No such file or directory dabusb/firmware.fw cp: cannot stat `dabusb/firmware.fw: No such file or directory dabusb/bitstream.bin cp: cannot stat `dabusb/bitstream.bin: No such file or directory ttusb-budget/dspbootcode.bin cp: cannot stat `ttusb-budget/dspbootcode.bin: No such file or directory
Trying to compile DOSbox version 0.70. Apparently this is the only version that can run Privateer flawlessly.Problem is, when I extract the source and try to './configure', I get an error that SDL 1.2 is not installed.
Code: anthony@anthony-1010:~/Games/DOS/dosbox-0.70$ ./configure checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
I am using Fedora 11 (126.96.36.199-105.2.23.fc11.i686.PAE). I got a patch for tpm_tis.c which a module to get my itpm working. And, for this I thought to customise the existing kernel and install new one.
So, I followed the foolowing steps:
In 'make menuconfig' , I have disabled Kernel debugging in the Kernel hacking section.
Then changed EXTRAVERSION to something like .test in Makefile
I'm currently using Fedora 12 with kernel 188.8.131.52 and I was trying to upgrade to 184.108.40.206. These are the steps I followed. After rebooting and choosing this kernel from the Grub menu, I'm just greeted with a black screen with a blinking cursor and it won't proceed beyond that.
These are the commands I issued. I received an error on the first make modules about the mismatch. I then ran CONFIG_DEBUG_SECTION_MISMATCH=y and once finished I ran make modules again and it completed successfully.
Code: Downloaded kernel package 220.127.116.11 from www.kernel.org untar archive make menuconfig (no changes made, saved config file) make
I'm trying to use Xchat, to communicate with a server which uses CAcert root certificate(s) for its SSL connection. I have Xchat all configured, and it works fine when I connect without SSL, but I'm getting pretty miffed about how to get it to find/use whatever local certificates I'm supposed to have, assuming I actually *have* these certs installed somewhere. This seems like it should be less difficult than I'm making it out to be. I've been to CAcert's website and their Wiki, and while they have the root certificates available for download (which I did, as well as inadvertently installing them into my browser, where they probably already were anyway) the only instructions I saw in their "Linux" docs department, on how/where to use/put them, were for a couple RH based distros, and some other distro I'm not using.
I checked the Xchat website and had a somewhat semi-thorough look around their user forum, but didn't find what I need there either. The openssl man page (yes, it's installed) doesn't tell me what I want, and xchat doesn't even *have* a man page. An LQ search turns up a few off-topic threads, mainly several years old and with very little in the way of replies. This ought to be easy :/ and I bet it is easy, with the right documentation in front of me. This is Slackware 13-64/-current. I've got /etc/ssl/certs folder, with nothing in it; and I have an /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf file which *appears* to be intended for using SSL on my own server (don't want that).
In case it helps, here's what the server tells me when I have enabled SSL and try to connect:
Code: [15:47] * * Certification info: [15:47] * Subject: [15:47] * CN=irc.twice-irc.de [15:47] * Issuer: [15:47] * O=CAcert Inc. [15:47] * OU=http: [15:47] * [15:47] * www.CAcert.org [15:47] * CN=CAcert Class 3 Root [15:47] * Public key algorithm: rsaEncryption (4096 bits) [15:47] * Sign algorithm sha1WithRSAEncryption [15:47] * Valid since Jun 13 14:38:18 2008 GMT to Jun 13 14:38:18 2010 GMT [15:47] * * Cipher info: [15:47] * Version: TLSv1/SSLv3, cipher AES256-SHA (256 bits) [15:47] * Connection failed. Error: unable to get local issuer certificate.? (20)
Can someone point me to a decent link/tutorial about how to connect by IRC, (using Xchat if that matters), and have it find my SSL certs and/or where/how I get the CA root certificates in the right location for this to work?
I am trying to configure irssi to work correctly after having used XChat for quite some time. When I try to join #fedora on Freenode, however, I am unable to identify my username (which worked fine in XChat). Subsequently, I automatically join #fedora-unregistered (see http://pastebin.com/XUcx7CLe). I have edited the contents of the ~/.irssi/config file using /COMMAND in the irssi client (see http://pastebin.com/zV7NZYKG). I think these are the most relevant parts of the configuration file where the problem must lie.