How to reserve a nickname?

spam.spam.spam.spam at spam.spam.spam.spam at
Wed May 13 03:11:09 EDT 2009

Ok, so I need to use NickServ (resv is an other thing that I needn't for the
NickServ is a IRC service that I must install separatly. So I am not at the good
Thank you ;-)

Selon Gavin Hanover <gavin at>:

> NickServ is a service that runs seperate from the ircd in most cases.
> A resv (sometimes called a jupe) is for denying anyone from accessing
> the nickname. For example, if you don't run services such as nickserv,
> you might resv the nickname "NickServ" to prevent a user from taking
> that nickname and gathering passwords that other users msg it by
> mistake.
> I'm not aware off the top of my head of any services such as NickServ
> that you can run on top of hybrid. Perhaps other list members can be
> of more help with that.
> --
> In God we trust,
> Everybody else must have an x.509 certificate.
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 7:02 PM,  <spam.spam.spam.spam at> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am using ircd-hybrid-7.2.3.
> > I would like to reserve a nickname.
> > I already read doc/resv.txt but this is not what I want.
> >
> > I would like to reserve a nickname with a password.
> >
> > With some IRC, we can subscribe for an account with nickname and password
> on a
> > web page. After this :
> > - When a user use this nickname with no password, he can
> > - If, at the same time, an other user wants to use this nickname with the
> > password, the previous user will be renamed
> >
> > How to configure correctly my ircd.conf in order to do this?
> >
> > Thank you.
> >

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