Eggheads: Problems with stopnethack

Ronny Vårdal ting at runbox.no
Sat Aug 28 05:46:53 CST 2004


Hi,

I've seem to not understand the concept of stopnethack-mode. Might anyone help me to explain this?

The manual says:

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stopnethack-mode:
de-op anyone who enters the channel with server ops

0  turn off
1  isoptest (allow serverop if registered op)
2  wasoptest (allow serverop if op before split)
3  allow serverop if isop or wasop
4  allow serverop if isop and wasop
5  if channel -bitch: see stopnethack-mode 3
   if channel +bitch: see stopnethack-mode 1
6  if channel -bitch: see stopnethack-mode 2
   if channel +bitch: see stopnethack-mode 4
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My bot runs with these settings:

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 (Undernet)
13:33:31 <ting> .chaninfo #channel
13:33:31 <botnick> Settings for dynamic channel #channel:
13:33:31 <botnick> Protect modes (chanmode): +stn
13:33:31 <botnick> Idle Kick after (idle-kick): DON'T!
13:33:31 <botnick> stopnethack-mode: 5
13:33:31 <botnick> aop-delay: 5:30
13:33:31 <botnick> revenge-mode: 0
13:33:31 <botnick> ban-time: 60
13:33:31 <botnick> exempt-time: 30
13:33:31 <botnick> invite-time: 30
13:33:31 <botnick> Other modes:
13:33:31 <botnick>      -inactive       -statuslog      -secret         +shared
13:33:31 <botnick>      +greet          -seen           +cycle          +dontkickops
13:33:31 <botnick>      +protectops     -protectfriends -revenge        -revengebot
13:33:31 <botnick>      -bitch          -autoop         +autovoice      -nodesynch
13:33:31 <botnick>      -enforcebans    +dynamicbans    +userbans       -autohalfop
13:33:31 <botnick>      -protecthalfops
13:33:31 <botnick>      +dynamicexempts +userexempts    +dynamicinvites +userinvites
13:33:31 <botnick> User defined channel flags:
13:33:31 <botnick>      -noseendata -quietseens -quietaiseens -nopubseens
13:33:31 <botnick>      +mc.irc_services
13:33:31 <botnick> flood settings: chan ctcp join kick deop nick
13:33:31 <botnick> number:            8    3    5    4    4    3
13:33:31 <botnick> time  :            3   60   20   10   10   20
13:33:31 <botnick> [13:32] #ting# chaninfo #channel
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Still, it deops someone that WASOP, and did /mode nick +x, to register with X and get the hidden host ( @username.users.undernet.org ).
I've tried to add +nodesynch, but that didn't affect what happens.

My users ( notice, they are not added in the bot - so isop isn't triggered ), still gets deoped by the bot after rejoining with the hidden host, and getting remoded by the server.

[case scenario]
13:26:30 :: Friend (Realname) ~user at host.tld has joined #channel
13:26:34 :: Mode: [+o Friend] by ting on #channel
13:26:40 @<ting> Friend: /mode friend +x
13:27:26 :: Quit: Friend (~user at host.tld) [Registered]
13:27:26 :: ServerMode/#channel [+o Friend] by Oslo2.NO.EU.undernet.org
13:27:27 :: Friend (Realname) ~user at Friend.users.undernet.org has joined #channel
13:27:29 :: Mode: [-o Friend] by botnick on #channel
[/case scenario]

[partyline]
13:42:51 <botnick> Your console is #channel: mkcobxs (msgs, kicks/modes, cmds, misc, bots, files, server).
13:42:59 <botnick> [13:42] #channel: mode change '+o Friend' by ting!ting at fear.my.floppy.no
13:43:32 <botnick> [13:42] #channel: mode change '+o Friend' by Oslo2.NO.EU.undernet.org
13:43:33 <botnick> [13:42] #channel: mode change '-o Friend' by botnick!ting at botnick.users.undernet.org
[/partyline]


[information]
13:39:44 <botnick> [13:39] #ting# status
13:39:44 <botnick> I am botnick, running eggdrop v1.6.17+RC1: 2 users (mem: 1930k).
13:39:44 <botnick> Online for 17 days, 00:18 (background) - CPU: 30:15 - Cache hit:  3.8%
13:39:44 <botnick> Admin: Ronny Vårdal <email: ting at runbox.no>
13:39:44 <botnick> Config file: ./botnick
13:39:44 <botnick> OS: Linux 2.4.26-ow2
13:39:44 <botnick> Tcl library: /usr/lib/tcl8.4
13:39:44 <botnick> Tcl version: 8.4.4 (header version 8.4.4)
[/information]


Am I just not understanding the concept of stopnethack-mode or what?
AFAIK.. stopnethack-mode 5, in my case with -bitch is 3.. witch allows if isop OR wasop. And he WAS op...



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Ronny Vårdal
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