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UnrealIRCd

UnrealIRCd is an open-source irc server daemon (ircd) that allows users to run their own IRC server from their system. Unreal is just one of the many ircds out there for use. It was created and is edited daily by their own support staff, who can be found at irc.unrealircd.com. The development of Unreal started in 1999. Unreal can be ran and configured on Windows and Linux; the SwiftIRC Wikipedia offers pages to help with the installation and configuration of UnrealIRCd on both operating systems.

SwiftIRC uses a modified version of Unreal3.2.6.

  • An extensive list of the modifications to SwiftIRC can be found here.

Installing and Configuring on Windows

If you would like to access the SwiftIRC Wikipedia page that displays information on installing and configuring UnrealIRCd on Windows, then visit: UnrealIRCd on Windows

Installing and Configuring on Linux

If you would like to access the SwiftIRC Wikipedia page that displays information on installing and configuring UnrealIRCd on Linux, then visit: UnrealIRCd on Linux

Anope

Anope IRC services is a services package that allows an IRC network to have certain services, such as ChanServ, NickServ, BotServ, HostServ, MemoServ, and OperServ. Anope can be ran and configured on Windows and Linux; the SwiftIRC Wikipedia offers pages to help with the installation and configuration of Anope on both operating systems.

SwiftIRC uses a modified version of anope-1.7.17.

Installing and Configuring on Windows

If you would like to access the SwiftIRC Wikipedia page that displays information on installing and configuring Anope on Windows, then visit: Anope on Windows

Installing and Configuring on Linux

If you would like to access the SwiftIRC Wikipedia page that displays information on installing and configuring Anope on Linux, then visit: Anope on Linux

BOPM

SwiftIRC uses a slightly modified version of Blitzed Open Proxy Monitor.

A guide to setting up a stock version of BOPM on Linux can be found here