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NAME

       Irssi - a modular IRC client for UNIX

SYNOPSIS

       irssi  [--config=PATH]  [--home=PATH]  [-dv!?]  [-c  server]  [-p  port] [-n nickname] [-w
       password] [-h hostname]

DESCRIPTION

       Irssi is a modular Internet Relay Chat client; it is highly extensible  and  very  secure.
       Being  a  fullscreen,  termcap based client with many features, Irssi is easily extensible
       through scripts and modules.

OPTIONS

       --config=FILE
              use FILE instead of ~/.irssi/config

       --home=PATH
              PATH specifies the home directory of Irssi; default is ~/.irssi

       -c, --connect=SERVER
              connect to SERVER

       -w, --password=PASSWORD
              use PASSWORD for authentication.

       -p, --port=PORT
              automatically connect to PORT on server.

       -!, --noconnect
              disable autoconnecting of servers

       -n, --nick=NICKNAME
              specify NICKNAME as your nick

       -h, --hostname=HOSTNAME
              use HOSTNAME for your irc session

       -v, --version
              display the version of Irssi

       -?, --help
              show a help message

SEE ALSO

       Irssi has a solid amount of  documentation  available;  check  /HELP  or  look  online  at
       http://www.irssi.org

FILES

       ~/.irssi/config
              personal configuration file

       ~/.irssi/config.autosave
              automatic save of the personal config file when it was changed externally

       ~/.irssi/default.theme
              default irssi theme

       ~/.irssi/away.log
              logged messages in away status

       ~/.irssi/scripts/
              default scripts directory

       ~/.irssi/scripts/autorun/
              directory  containing  links  to  scripts  that  should  be loaded automatically on
              startup

       ~/.irssi/startup
              file containing a list of commands to execute on startup

AUTHORS/CREDITS

       Irssi was written by Timo Sirainen; this manpage was written by Istvan  Sebestyen,  Stefan
       Tomanek, Geert Hauwaerts.