>>I need help. In 2600 FAQ it says to get sysop you need to get on a different
>>net than everyone else and wait to get to the same net. That's how I
>>understood it. How long does it take to get to the same net as everyone
>You're almost correct. In order to get ChanOp status on the channels you
>want, you have to find an IRC server that is split from the rest of the IRC
>servers (or hack the server for ServerOp status, and make it split). If you
>made it split you can make it reconnect, so your best bet's to find a IRC
>server with shitty security and hack it.
OK, so here's the yet unanswered question - how do you tell if a server is
split from the rest of the IRC servers? Once this is answered, the rest is
rather minor. I also have some other as yet unanswered questions.
How do you hack the server for ServerOp status?
How do you make the server split?
How do you make the server reconnect?
How long does it take to reconnect?
How do you keep from being kicked from the channel when you're on? Do a
Thanks for responding to this post, those of you who choose to. I have found
some of the info in the FAQ sadly lacking in clarity, and this is one of them.
THE STEEL LYNX
"I have taken all knowledge to be my province."
-Francis Bacon, 1592
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael A. Mathis)
Subject: Re: Aol freak posting pron
Date: 22 Aug 1995 02:31:49 GMT
Organization: XNet - A Full Service Internet Provider - (708) 983-6064
X-Newsreader: AIR News 3.X (SPRY, Inc.)
> email@example.com (Tommy Usher) writes:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, HOQY wrote:
> >>I sent mail to email@example.com telling him to nuke the
> >>account of firstname.lastname@example.org (Small Dick), but the mail bounced! What's
> >>going on here? What AOL account handles this sort of thing now?
> >Send mail to TOSAdvisor@aol.com and they'll delete the person.
> Thanks. Actually, I sort of hope they give him a bit of rope, and let him
> hang himself. This would make a fine case to prosecute. A very good one to
> make an example of. He sent me e-mail bragging that he was using fake
> checking accounts. Now THAT has to be a felony at both the state and Federal
> level. Along with other possible charges, he could really be in deep. And
> somehow, I doubt that few would feel sorry for him.....
> | Tommy Usher No Frills Software | Lubarsky's Law of Cybernetic Entomology: |
> | email@example.com | There's always one more bug. |
My understanding of the law is that the authorities must first apprehend the criminal.
Michael A. Mathis "You don't believe in either side, or any side.
firstname.lastname@example.org There is no grudge. There is only yourself.
312 650 3921 pager The belief is in your own precision."
NNeel@ionet.net (The Steel Lynx) wrote:
>Pron? What's pron?
> THE STEEL LYNX
>"I have taken all knowledge to be my province."
> -Francis Bacon, 1592
Prons, you know shrimp.....
"It's much more fun to be sand, than oil in the machinery of life." ;-)
Unsolicited ad mail is proof read at $100 per paragraph.
From: email@example.com (Donald A. Pierce)
Date: 22 Aug 1995 00:07:18 GMT
Organization: IndyNet - Indys Internet Gateway (firstname.lastname@example.org)
X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL2]
Does anyone know where I can get a 6.553 Hz chrystal?
From: email@example.com (moi)
Subject: parity stripping
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 23:04:49
Organization: Internet On-Ramp Incorporated
X-Newsreader: Trumpet for Windows [Version 1.0 Rev B final beta #4]
What is parity stripping? And how do i enable it?
I know it clears up connections, making them legible (like in toneloc you can
choose parity stripping)...but how can i activate it via an AT command (or can
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Wooters)
Subject: Re: Learning how to hack!
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 1995 20:48:07 GMT
Organization: Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
X-Newsreader: Forte Free Agent 1.0.82
>I was wondering if anyone would be nice enough to tell me where to get a
>txt file on learning how to become a hacker or anything learning how to
>hack related. Pleez don't call me a lamer and all those other words you
>hackers like to call us! I think all the people who want to learn how to
>hack should join together! If you want to start a group of some kind
>e-mail me! Thanks!
Start reading Phrack Magazine. Alos check out the LOD/H technical
From: dvetter@badlands.NoDak.edu (Donald A Vetter)
Subject: Information on hacking
Sender: email@example.com (Usenet login)
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 1995 22:26:23 GMT
Organization: North Dakota Higher Education Computing Network
X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL2]
I am looking for information about hackng so I can do a wright up about
it in the newspapaer for our school. Any information would be helpful!
I.E. How, Why, What can you hack, ect...
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (kemper)
Subject: Freq. of emergency strobe
Date: 24 Aug 1995 03:44:43 GMT
Organization: San Diego State University Computing Services
X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL0]
What's the frequency of the strobe used by fire trucks/ambulances/etc.
to turn lights green? I have built a nice little device but I can't
get it to work always because I don't know the exact freq.; I just
sort of dial it around.
Is there a better place to ask this question?
Thanks for the help,
From: email@example.com (BlueFyre)
Subject: idea for hurting win95
Date: 25 Aug 95 05:03:42 GMT
Organization: SuperNet Inc. (908) 828-8988
X-Newsreader: NN version 6.5.0 (NOV)
Why don't alot of us write letters to magazines telling them how we had
many setup problems with win95, it wouldn't work with my .... etc.
From: bb324@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Chris Benjamin)
Subject: Re: Will pay $$$ for Hack Programs
Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris Benjamin)
Reply-To: bb324@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Chris Benjamin)
Organization: The National Capital FreeNet
References: <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 1995 05:39:10 GMT
>>I need Hacking software to reak revenge on a certain TVM Corporation. I
> am >interested in software that will get me into thier net and software
> that I can >implant LOGIC
>>Bombs with I am Willing to pay up to $40 for each program sent.
this dude is either really lame or is 5-0
I'm now into pro full-contact origami. I save tiny villages from attacking
red ants with only a glass of tap water. I enjoy the comic stylings of
Gallagher. I autograph other peoples picutres. I get into heated debates
about the weather. I give out salt-filled pixy sticks for Halloween.
From: "Greg A. Geige"
Subject: Re: Free LD calls from Payphone
Date: 22 Aug 1995 07:43:23 GMT
Organization: Wisconsin Internet Services
In article ,
> 1. Find payphone near garden hose.
> 2. Stick garden hose nozzle into coin return slot.
> 3. Turn on water. Let sit while pressing random #'s.
> 4. Presto! Dial away.