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Opers #57799 26/10/03 10:16 PM
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what exactly is globop (is that only a person that can send & read globops and locops) or is it some kind of ircop?

Re: Opers #57800 26/10/03 10:19 PM
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global ircop is my guess


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Re: Opers #57801 26/10/03 10:26 PM
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well globop is +g while global ircop is +O
or +g only is like +w to read globop messages as +w reads wallops messages?

Re: Opers #57802 26/10/03 11:03 PM
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Usually its a type of msging service. similar to nickserv it has the ability to message everyone on the entire network. it is usually part of a services package. again as ive stated its been some time since ive played with ircop or ircd's and services, work just steps in the way of playtime LoL


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Re: Opers #57803 27/10/03 02:22 AM
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Globop can also mean Global Chanop (chanop in every channel)


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Re: Opers #57804 27/10/03 09:05 AM
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ok a global chanop is different than a global ircop? i think u need to read the last post by bunar alil better. it is infant a msging service as part of services


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Re: Opers #57805 27/10/03 10:08 AM
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ok i got it ... itz like wallop and locop mode for msg's

Re: Opers #57806 27/10/03 11:25 AM
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Different ranks of opers depends entirely on the IRCd. Like most things, it's not the same everywhere. Only way to find out for sure is to:

1. Ask an oper on your network. I am sure he'd be glad to assist.
2. Read the server's help files. Some IRCd's have HelpServ others just use an IRC command to find help files.

Re: Opers #57807 28/10/03 07:12 AM
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reading ircd software's manuals will help you.
most of them have descriptions and stuff.


Re: Opers #57808 28/10/03 11:03 AM
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From being an oper on some IRCD networks many times, a Globop is where an oper has the correct user modes to be able to use all all oper commands over the entire network, ie; perhaps setting a gline to someone on another server, where as a Locop gets the usermodes on 1 server only, normally allowing him to only use the oper commands to users connected to the same server.

Re: Opers #57809 28/10/03 12:31 PM
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I know. The one for CR is well over 600 A4 pages.

Hint: Don't forget to choose who you are replying too. grin

Re: Opers #57810 28/10/03 12:40 PM
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thanx for this info, i never knew this