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    lorne got a reaction from zaharovax in TMN Official IRC Join Us!   
    I recently talked to CA3LE about setting up a official IRC room for TMN. He agreed it would be a good idea so I have went ahead and started setting it up. IRC is old school chat but still used by a huge amount of people. It is a great way to hangout and talk in real time and very easy to idle in. I have many fun things planned for the channel such as some games, quotes system, [email protected] tracking, poker, and more just take a little time to get it going.

    How can I join?

    For those of you that know IRC the information is:
    Server: irc.dal.net
    Channel: #TMN

    There are many different options but for now I am going to list just 2 of the easiest and most popular, mIRC and Mibbit.

    mIRC

    By far the better choice of the two. You can download it here http://www.mirc.com/ Install it and open it and you will be greeted with a screen something like this:



    Now you need to choose/add the server you want to connect to. In this case it is irc.dal.net So click "server" and choose Dalnet than Random Server (it will automatically connect you to the server closest to you) than click "select. Now where it says nickname enter your desired nickname and hit "connect".
    A window will come up asking you which channel you will join. Enter #TMN and enter. You will now be in TMN IRC channel

    If you plan on spending some time with us on IRC you should register your nickname so it is reserved for you it is also required to get +v on the channel. To register your nickname type /nickserv register <password> <e-mail> and follow the instructions. Than whenever you connect you will need to identify with nickserv so it knows you are the owner of the name. To identify yourself with nickserv type /nickserv identify <password>

    Mibbit

    As far as I know everything above works in Mibbit or at least it should as the protocol is the same. You can get Mibbit here http://mibbit.com/ If you use Firefox mibbit already comes bundled with it.

    Auto Join: If you have mIRC installed or are using firefox you can click this link http://irc://irc.dal.net/tmn and it will connect you to #TMN automatically.

    I just picked up a shell for the eggdrop bot (TMN) and got it running and I will slowly start adding tcl scripts to add to the channel. For now feel free to join us and lol at me breaking stuff! I plan to get a bit more in depth on this guide soon and cover basic commands as well as how to use our local bot TMN.

    Using TMN (The Bot)

    Unlike many TMN does not mind feeling used. As I add modules and scripts to him I will post here about each one and how to use it.

    Stats.Mod

    This module records and stores all types of user and channel stats on a internal database. The fact that this is a module and compiled into the bot itself makes it much faster than a .tcl script. Here is a list of commands you can use with this mod.

    Public commands:
    ----------------

    !top10 [ordering]
    lists the top10 users in the channel
    !top20 [ordering]
    same as !top10, but lists the top20 (surprise!)
    !stat [user]
    shows the statistics for the user
    !place [user/ordering]
    shows on which place the user is
    !ttop10/!ttop20/!tstat/!tplace
    same as above, but only uses the statistics of today

    !wordstats [user]
    lists the most used words of the user
    !topwords
    lists the most used words in the channel
    !top10 word <word>
    lists the top10 people who used <word>

    Msg commands:
    -------------

    All public commands are also accessible via /msg.
    ("/msg <TMN> top10 #chan", for example)
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

    gseen.Module

    Public commands:
    ----------------

    !seen <nick>
    I think this command doesn't need an explanation.
    !seen <mask>
    Searches the database for entries that match <mask>
    for example "!seen *[email protected]*.isp.com"
    !seennick <nick>
    !seen also checks if a user was online later with a
    different nick. !seennick only seens for <nick>
    !seenstats
    just a little report on how many nicks are tracked

    All commands are also accessible via /msg.
    ("/msg <TMN> seen <nick>", for example)

    Google Script

    Public Commands

    !google
    !googleuk
    !image

    Quotes System (For now only admins can add quotes)

    !quote <number>
    !findquote
    !quoteinfo
    !lastquote
    !randquote


    More to come soon!

    Hope some of you will come hangout
    Lorne
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    lorne reacted to nanobot in testmy.net [email protected] team   
    Ah. That makes much better sense.

    And yeah. I got 3100 points so far. Guess TMN got a new Folder.

    Thanks,
    EBrown
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    lorne reacted to Pgoodwin1 in What's Up?   
    Thanks for all the welcomes.
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    lorne got a reaction from Pgoodwin1 in What's Up?   
    Welcome to testmy.net Pgoodwin1!


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    lorne got a reaction from mudmanc4 in testmy.net [email protected] team   
    Look like your doing great to me Tri The main thing with [email protected] is consistency and following through with what you start. I see a life lesson here but maybe I'm just spouting
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    lorne got a reaction from mudmanc4 in testmy.net [email protected] team   
    Seems most people went inactive on this. I hope maybe we can revive the team some! There is no real reason not to run this on your computer. It doesn't interfere with with anything as it only uses spare CPU cycles. It might increase your electric bill by a couple dollars but nothing noticeable. It is a good thing to do and benefits this generation and future generations. A free way to help people not to mention it can be competitive and that's fun!

    Here is a stats update for today Dec. 4th 2011




    I should showup on there pretty quick I'm crunching a monster right now

    Please guys take the time to get this running on your computers. If you used to fold and stopped please consider getting active again. Lets see if we can start clawing our way back up the rankings!

    Lorne
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    lorne got a reaction from CA3LE in Officially A Ubuntu-ite   
    You need to worry more about rootkits than viruses. I install rkhunter on every Linux box I run and it has always worked well for me. http://rkhunter.sourceforge.net/ Can do a few basic things as well to keep the script kiddies from attacking such as changing ssh port and disabling root, locking root access to IP things like this
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    lorne got a reaction from CA3LE in HAPPY BIRTHDAY CA3LE...   
    I'm late but Happy B-day CA3LE! Hear you have a kid baking to congrats A lot of fun and stress coming your way hehe. I have a 1.5 year old boy and a 2 month old boy and they are a blast when they aren't driving you crazy! I hope everything goes smooth for you.

    Lorne
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    lorne got a reaction from mudmanc4 in Officially A Ubuntu-ite   
    You need to worry more about rootkits than viruses. I install rkhunter on every Linux box I run and it has always worked well for me. http://rkhunter.sourceforge.net/ Can do a few basic things as well to keep the script kiddies from attacking such as changing ssh port and disabling root, locking root access to IP things like this
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