|-c confdir||This can be used to override the default directory in which the configuration files are. The default is $SICDIR.|
|-i ip||This option instructs sic to use the given address as the local address. This is only useful for multi-homed hosts. The default is $SICIP.|
|-l directory||This option can be used to override the default directory in which logfiles will be created. The default is $SICLOG.|
|-n||Normally, on startup sic will automatically connect to the first server specified in the configuration. This option can be used to start sic without initiation any connection.|
|-r filename||If a filename is specified, the client will read such file (within $SICDIR) and execute any command specified in it.|
|-v||This will make sic print its version information.|
Copyright (C) 1997-2000 Christophe Kalt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The following environment variables are used by sic:
SICDIR The directory the configuration files are located. The default is $HOME/.sic. SICLOG The directory the log files should be created. The default is $SICDIR/log. SICIP The IP address that should be used as the local address. SICUSER The username to use when registering a connection to an IRC server. The default is $USER if it exists, sicuser otherwise. SICNAME The real name to use when registering a connection to an IRC server. The default is "wasting time".
Bugs should be reported to the author.
Christophe Kalt <email@example.com>
|SIC (1)||$Date: 2000/07/31 22:33:41 $|