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Nick URL Hosted by Channel Description
Windows Parrot #Knightdevils eggdrop
Linux Parrot #Knightdevils eggdrop
NodeJS Parrot #Knightdevils eggdrop
MySQL Parrot #Knightdevils eggdrop
jQuery Parrot #Knightdevils eggdrop
Solanum Parrot #Knightdevils eggdrop
Hax0r Parrot #knightdevils eggdrop
Uf0net Parrot #knightdevils eggdrop
Supybot Parrot #Knightdevils limnoria
HopmServ Koisser #services Local open proxy monitor
WikiServ Parrot #services Feed on irc to see recent change on the wiki website
BotServ Parrot #services Anope
ChanServ Parrot #services Anope
Global Parrot #services Anope
HostServ Parrot #services Anope
NickServ Parrot #services Anope
Operserv Parrot #services Anope
ModeServ Parrot #services Pylink
Pylink Parrot #services Pylink
Bot-JS Parrot #Services nodejs bot resolve and show info about github when some one paste a link in the channel
CertServ Parrot #services Bot show info about certs in the network


What Does Eggdrop Mean?

Eggdrop is an open-source Internet Relay Chat bot that was originally designed to help IRC operators protect their channels from takeover attempts. Eggdrop can also network other Eggdrop bots into a botnet. It is written in C and offers extension capabilities in Tcl. It is designed to run on Unix-like systems.

Eggdrop is one of the most popular bot programs on IRC. It was created by Robey Pointer in 1993 to protect the EFnet channel #gayteens from constant attacks in 1993. Writen in C, Eggdrop can be extended using Tcl scripts. Many Eggdrop users have added scripts doing things like running online games, managing users and channels, serving files and other IRC services. Eggdrop is typically used on shell account providers so users can compile and run the program.

One notable feature is the ability to form botnets of other instances of Eggdrop. These bots communicate with each other using DCC chat and telnet.

An Eggdrop user compiles Eggdrop from source on a shell provider that allows Eggdrop. Because of the potential for abuse by using botnets for things like distributed denial of service attacks, some IRC servers ban Eggdrop.

Download eggdrop from eggheads

Install eggdrop bot

  • apt install update
  • apt install gcc wget build-essential tcl8.6-dev
  • wget
  • tar zxvf eggdrop-1.8.2.tar.gz
  • ./configure
  • make config
  • make
  • make install DEST=/home/yourfolder/yourfolder


Install Hopm bot

  • apt install git
  • git clone
  • cd hopm
  • ./configure --prefix=/home/hopm/hopmbot
  • make
  • make install

In your Hopm configuration (mode = +sc +cF) and change kline for gline.. to enable global gline in unreal with HopmServ


Install WikiBot


Add the following to your local settings file (see $wgRCFeeds):

// IRC # port: 1338
$wgRCFeeds['ircfeed'] = array(
    'formatter' => 'IRCColourfulRCFeedFormatter',
    'uri' => 'udp://',
    'add_interwiki_prefix' => false,
    'omit_bots' => true,

SOCAT and ircII (or similar cli irc client)

Use socat instead of netcat. Some versions of netcat (on Debian at least) stop listening after receiving the first RC entry, because the wiki changes the port used to send the UDP packet.

socat -T5 - udp4-listen:1338,reuseaddr,fork | ircII -d -c \#<channel> <nick> <irc_server>


Install Anope

  • apt install cmake wget
  • wget
  • tar -xvf anope-2.0.2-source.tar.gz
  • cd anope-2.0.2-source
  • ./Config
  • cd build
  • make
  • make install


install snapd and certbot for tls ssl cert

  • apt install snapd
  • snap install core; sudo snap install refresh core
  • snap install --classic certbot
  • ln -s /snap/bin/certbot /usr/bin/certbot
  • certbot --version
  • certbot certonly --standalone --preferred-challenges http-01 -d
  • chmod -R 755 /etc/letsencrypt/live/
  • chmod -R 755 /etc/letsencrypt/archive/