Provided by: dancer-ircd_1.0.36-3_i386
dancer-ircd - an IRC server
ircd [-d filename] [-f filename] [-h hostname] [-k filename] [-l
filename] [-n] [-v] [-x debuglevel]
dancer-ircd is the IRC server used by FreeNode Network (amongst
others), built in an effort to overcome the anachronisms, limitations,
and hysterical raisins of traditional IRC servers.
Where to find the D:line config file.
Where to find the main config file.
Specify the server name this ircd will be. This should usually
match it’s primary hostname.
Where to find the K:line config file.
Where to write the logfile.
-n Do not fork, run in the foreground.
-v Print version and exit.
Sets the debug level. Higher is more data. Only effective if the
ircd was compiled for debugging.
(c) 1988,1989 University of Oulu, Computing Center, Finland,
(c) 1988,1989 Department of Information Processing Science, University
of Oulu, Finland
(c) 1988,1989,1990,1991 Jarkko Oikarinen
(c) 1999-2003 Andrew Suffield
Various other people have written or contributed to this ircd, see
connect to it and use "/info" in your IRC client for a fuller list.
There is more detailed documentation on some of the features of dancer-
ircd to be found in /usr/share/doc/dancer-ircd, contained within the
Jarkko Oikarinen, currently email@example.com, manual page written by
Jeff Trim, firstname.lastname@example.org, later modified by
Rewritten 2001 by Andrew Suffield <email@example.com>, for the
Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
7 August 2001 dancer-ircd(8)