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Manual Reference Pages  -  NETWALKER (1)

NAME

netwalker - a small irc-client

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Some Introduction
Configuration File
Author
Reporting Bugs
Copyright
Homepage

SYNOPSIS

netwalker [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION

netwalker is a small but nice irc-client.
you can use the following options:
-h, --help short help
-i ignore that user is root
-c write a new default configurations file
-t test the configurations file
-v print a version info

SOME INTRODUCTION

you can use page-up and page-down for scrolling.
f1 - f12 are your first twelve irc-screens and you can go to the server messages by pressing escape.
/help displays all available commands.
/help command displays come help for this command
to clear the screen press control+l

CONFIGURATION FILE

after you used the command ’netwalker -c’ there will be a
default configuration-file (atm called: ’.netwalkerircc’) in your home directory.
Available config-file options:
nickname=<your nickname>
realneme=<your realname>
server=<server to connect to>
port=<port to use>
command=<command to send after connect>
modes=<modes to set after connect>
autoconnect=<"yes" or "no">
connect to the irc-network when the client starts
autoreconnect=<"yes" or "no">
immediately reconnect after a disconnect
leave_message=<your custom leave message>

AUTHOR

Writen by Philipp Meinen <lancelot@lancelot2k.dyndns.org>

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <bugs@lancelot2k.dyndns.org>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Philipp Meinen

HOMEPAGE

http://lancelot2k.dyndns.org
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