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INSTALLATION
The fast and easy way:
./install.fast
NOTE: If you use this script, you must make sure config.h
is correctly configured prior to running the script;
also - using this script will default to installing
HybServ2 in /usr/local/hybserv/, unless you first edit
Makefile.in
In order to compile HybServ2, you should perform the following steps:
1) Enter the hybserv tree and run ./configure, a GNU configure script,
which should find whatever it needs for compilation.
2) Edit include/config.h and change the information to suit your IRC
Network. Also, be sure to edit bin/hybserv.conf to set up the
services to work with your network. (This is the file where you can
give others access to HybServ2)
3) Run 'make' in the hybserv tree to compile the package. When make
finishes, you'll probably want to: 'strip bin/hybserv' to remove
debugging symbols from the file, since the author is the only one
who really uses it. It also decreases the file size greatly.
4) Finally, become root if necessary, and run 'make install' to
install HybServ2 on your system. The default install directory is
/usr/local/hybserv. This will automatically chown the install
directory to the same user who ran the configure script, so it
won't run as root. You can change the user by editing Makefile.
5) You may wish to remove any objects/binaries created during
installation. You can do this via 'make clean'. If you wish to
remove any configure generated files as well, use 'make distclean'.
** Note: if you want to install HybServ2 in a directory other than
/usr/local/hybserv, you must run the configure script with
the --prefix option.
For example, if you want to install HybServ2 in /home/mydir:
./configure --prefix=/home/mydir
make
make install
Then, HybServ2 will be installed in /home/mydir/hybserv.
HybServ2 is known to compile cleanly on the following operating systems,
and may compile on others.
Linux 2.4.x (and older)
FreeBSD 4.4 (and older)
OpenBSD 2.7 (and older)
Solaris 8 (and older)
Digital Unix 4.0
Cygwin 1.1.3 (and newer)
If you are unable to compile HybServ, please let me know at
kreator@srce.hr. Bug reports/suggestions may be sent to the same
address. Now, go read the README :-).
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