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 MEWBIES @: Facebook Twitter G + YouTube DeviantArt  Forum Wall ▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄ ██ ██ █▌ - INSTALLING PSYBNC - █▌ █▌ █▌ █ ▐▌ █ .- = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = - = -. ▐▌ █, ----., ----., -. , -., ---., -. , -., ----. ▐▌ █ | O || , - '\ \ / / | o || \ | || , - '▐▌ █ | _ / _ \ \ \ / | O< |="" |\="" ||="" |__="" ▐▌="" █="" |_|="" |____/="" |__|="" |___||_|="" \_|="" \___|="" ▐▌="" █="" ▐▌="" █="" the="" most="" psychoid="" ▐▌="" █="" and="" the="" cool="" lam3rz="" group="" ircnet="" ▐▌="" █="" ▐▌="" █="" `-="-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=tCl=-'" ▐▌="" █="" ▐▌="" █="" thank="" you="" to="" the="" peeps="" at="" psybnc="" forum="" for="" always="" being="" very="" helpful.="" ▐▌="" █="" ▐▌="" █="" "psybnc="" is="" an="" easy-to-use,="" multi-user,="" permanent="" irc-bouncer="" with="" many="" ▐▌="" █="" features.="" it="" compiles="" on="" linux,="" freebsd,="" sunos="" and="" solaris."="" ▐▌="" █="" ▐▌="" █="" psybnc="" installs="" on="" a="" shell="" and="" basically="" acts="" as="" a="" proxy="" server="" for="" irc="" ▐▌="" █="" and="" keeps="" your="" connection="" to="" the="" server="" alive="" 24/7.="" so="" even="" if="" you="" aren't="" ▐▌="" █="" online="" in="" irc="" your="" nick="" is="" still="" there="" as="" if="" you="" are.="" you="" can="" add="" other="" ▐▌="" █="" users="" to="" your="" psybnc="" and="" have="" multiple="" servers.="" doing="" this="" would="" still="" be="" ▐▌="" █="" only="" one="" task="" running="" in="" your="" shell,="" but="" not="" one="" background="" task.="" ▐▌="" █="" ▐▌="" █="">DOWNLOAD // INSTALL: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ You'll need an SSH program to login to your account. If you have one and ▐▌ █ know how to use it skip this section. If not this tutorial will use for ▐▌ █ the SSH program `VanDyke SecureCRT 'HERE as that is what I'm use to. They offer a 30-day trial. You could use any SSH program, only `setup account '▐▌ █ steps below will be different menus than in this tut. Another one of my ▐▌ █ favorite SSH programs is PuTTY HERE - freeware, tiny, portable- though it ▐▌ █ places its data (saved sessions, SSH host keys) in the registry. (To save, ▐▌ █ export, and or remove PuTTy's data from the registry see HERE.) ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ SETUP ACCOUNT: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `▐▌ █ Open SeucreCRT ▐▌ █ Select: Connect (1st button from left) / New Session (3rd button from ▐▌ █ left) ▐▌ █ Name : As you like ▐▌ █ Protocol: SSH2 (different host might have different protocol) ▐▌ █ Hostname, enter your shell's host IP eg myhost.shell.com ▐▌ █ Port: 22 ▐▌ █ Once connected you will be prompted for your user name and pass, enter ▐▌ █ those and select save if don't want to enter those every time logging in. ▐▌ █ Change your password, enter: passwd ▐▌ █ You will be prompted twice to enter new password. You won't be able to see ▐▌ █ it or even see the cursor move. Do not use simple passwords! ▐▌ █ ex no: blackcoffee ex yes: B | a () k_-c0f33 ▐▌ █ Choose a vhost you would like to use for your bnc, enter: vhost ▐▌ █ Hit enter key to scroll the complete list, find the one you like, make a ▐▌ █ note of it. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ INSTALLING PSYBNC: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ Enter the cmds (commands) as below except change the home path to yours. ▐▌ █ Type in each line, hit enter, wait for each cmd to finish before ▐▌ █ proceeding to the next. ▐▌ █ Follow these cmds below for easy setup and not the order you are prompted ▐▌ █ for. ▐▌ █ enter: cd ~ (changes current directory to root of your shell) ▐▌ █ enter: wget http://www.psybnc.at/download/beta/psyBNC-2.3.2-7.tar.gz ▐▌ █ * Check psybnc site and HERE first for the latest version (psyBNC-2.4BETA1). █ * NOTE: At the time of this tut there is v2.3.2.9 but I have found it to ▐▌ █ have problem's' with multiple networks. There is a patch, but I have not ▐▌ █ tried it yet HERE. ▐▌ █ enter: tar -zxvf psyBNC-2.3.2-7.tar.gz (this will un-compress it) ▐▌ █ enter: cd psybnc OR cd / home / user / psybnc (to enter the directory that ▐▌ █ you un-tar'ed everything to) * Note: / user / would be replaced with ▐▌ █ your own account name. ▐▌ █ enter: make menuconfig ▐▌ █ use: right arrow key / exit / hint enter / (takes you out of that menu) ▐▌ █ enter: make ▐▌ █ enter: pico psybnc.conf (`pico 'is the shells file editor, use arrow keys ▐▌ █ to navigate, right click to instantly paste) ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ It will have this: ▐▌ █ PSYBNC.SYSTEM.PORT1 = 31337 ▐▌ █ PSYBNC .SYSTEM.HOST1 = * ▐▌ █ PSYBNC.HOSTALLOWS.ENTRY0 = *; * ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ PORT: ▐▌ █ Top line showing this: PSYBNC.SYSTEM.PORT1 = 31337 ▐▌ █ Change it to for ex: PSYBNC.SYSTEM.PORT1 = 49979 ▐▌ █ The default port for psybnc is 31337, for security you must change ▐▌ █ it to whatever you like using only ports 30000-60000. (A minority of ▐▌ █ shell companies may have a smaller range or different range of ports ▐▌ █ allowed; check with your shell host if you aren't sure.) ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ SSL: ▐▌ █ 2nd line showing this: PSYBNC.SYSTEM.HOST1 = * ▐▌ █ Optional: If you want SSL change to: PSYBNC.SYSTEM.HOST1 = S = * ▐▌ █ (This creates a SSL-encrypted listening socket.) ▐▌ █ If that line isn't there; type or paste it in. ▐▌ █ Linux lowercase and uppercase are not the same. ▐▌ █ Example: s is not the same as S ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ DCC: ▐▌ █ Yes you can dcc on psybnc, don't believe those they say you can't: p ▐▌ █ Add this line if not there already: PSYBNC.SYSTEM.DCCHOST = 12.346.456.88 ▐▌ █ replace that IP with the IP of your vhost that you are going to use. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ Hit ctrl-x to exit file, type Y / enter to save (N / enter to cancel). ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ To finish enabling dcc make a directory path in your psybnc directory ▐▌ █ / home / user / psybnc / downloads / USER1 / ▐▌ █ for example: ▐▌ █ mkdir -p / downloads / USER1 ▐▌ █ USER1 will be you in the psybnc.conf. If you add other users to the bnc ▐▌ █ you will need to create a directory for them as well: USER2, etc. See ▐▌ █ psybnc.conf to find out which USER number they have been assigned. ▐▌ █ then instead of using: / dccget .... ▐▌ █ use: / quote dccget ...... ▐▌ █ This will send the file to your shell. From there login to your shell to ▐▌ █ download it. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ * You could also download psybnc.conf to your box and manually edit it in ▐▌ █ Word Pad etc (instead of pico). If you do it this way: ▐▌ █ 1. Keep a copy of the original just in case, which is always a good idea every ▐▌ █ so often in case shell goes down. ▐▌ █ 2. When uploading new file, delete old one first - sometimes it will just ▐▌ █ merge with old one and not truly over-write it. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ MOVE SALT FILE: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `▐▌ █ You need to move the file 'salt.h' (file containing the encryption keys) ▐▌ █ to a safe place: ▐▌ █ mkdir backup | mv salt.h ~ / psybnc / backup ▐▌ █ If you skip this step each time you login to your psyBNC you'll be ▐▌ █ prompted "WARNING! Move the file salt.h from the shell to a safe place" ▐▌ █ If you ever need to recompile your psyBNC you must be move salt.h back ▐▌ █ first or it will create a new one (new keys) and psyBNC will not be able ▐▌ █ to decrypt your existing user passwords, channel keys, etc. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ START BNC: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ enter (if not already there): cd / home / user / psybnc ▐▌ █ enter: ./psybnc ▐▌ █ Done! Your bnc has started. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ FEW OTHER SHELL CMDS: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ enter: ps x (shows all process's alive) ▐▌ █ to kill / stop a process, enter: kill -15 **** (* = corresponding number to ▐▌ █ the process; `pid ') ▐▌ █ enter: ps -U username (shows all process' you are running) ▐▌ █ enter: help (generally will show your host's information and offerings. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ SETUP BNC ON mIRC: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ Open new mIRC, don't connect; setup a new entry to connect to: ▐▌ █ Tools / Options / Connect / Servers / Add / ▐▌ █ Description: as you like ▐▌ █ IRC Server: your shell host IP ▐▌ █ Port: bnc port (the same one you entered during install) ▐▌ █ Password: Same as your shell pass ▐▌ █ Hit Add, Connect. ▐▌ █ * This is assuming you have already added your name & ident in mIRC, ▐▌ █ If not: mIRC / Tools / Options / Connect: ▐▌ █ Full Name: Your login name. ▐▌ █ Email Address: [email protected] ▐▌ █ Nickname: Name you want to use on IRC (some networks maximum 9 characters, ▐▌ █ can't begin with a number) ▐▌ █ Alternative: Another name in case that name is in use by another already ▐▌ █ Tools / Options / Connect / Identd: ▐▌ █ Check `Enable Identd server '▐▌ █ User ID: Your.ident ▐▌ █ System: UNIX ▐▌ █ Port: 113 ▐▌ █ Check `Show Identd requests' (this is useful to see if you are having ▐▌ █ ident problems). ▐▌ █ Check `Enable only when connecting '. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ * Note: At times you might get disconnected from your bnc. mIRC then will ▐▌ █ automatically try to reconnect you, if it can't it will try the next ▐▌ █ server in it's list- which will then connect you to a standard ▐▌ █ mIRC server, naked, without your bnc! ▐▌ █ To disable this: mIRC / Tools / Connect / Options / Retry / un-check `Try next ▐▌ █ server in group '/ click OK / OK ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ CONNECTING TO IRC SERVERS: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ These cmds are for mIRC. To do the same with IRC programs like IRSSI ▐▌ █ precede all cmds with 'quote', ex: / quote setusername Here ▐▌ █ Once connected to your psybnc, psybnc welcome window will open. Enter: ▐▌ █ / setusername Here ▐▌ █ / setawaynick _Here_ ▐▌ █ / bvhost Here (the one you made a note of) ▐▌ █ / addserver server: port ▐▌ █ If the server requires a password: / addserver server : port password ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ You can add up to 9 servers, use all 9 in case the others don't work for ▐▌ █ you. psybnc will automatically try next servers you have entered. ▐▌ █ To use SSL servers, the server it self must support it. ▐▌ █ Efnet's SSL port is 9999. ▐▌ █ Linknet's SSL port is 7000. ▐▌ █ Linknet's server list HERE ▐▌ █ Efnet's server list HERE ▐▌ █ Freenode's server list HERE ▐▌ █ For example on Efnet's list is: irc .choopa.ca - ipv6 - ssl - 729 users ▐▌ █ To use an SSL server it would be: / addserver S = irc.choopa.ca: 9999 ▐▌ █ Once connected to a server you can get a complete list of servers by ▐▌ █ entering: / links or / linknet ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ IF ​​when you are trying to connect to a server and keep receiving ▐▌ █ 'disconnected from server'error: ▐▌ █ <-psyBNC> Thu Dec 6 13:25:44: User Doggy (l) trying us.link-net.org port 7000 (your.vhost). █ <-psyBNC> Thu Dec 6 13:25:44: User Doggy got disconnected from server. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ Try changing your vhost. This might not be the reason but if you are sure ▐▌ █ your other settings are correct this has easily fixed it for me. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ OTHER CMDS: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ / bhelp (full list of psybnc cmds including these) ▐▌ █ / bconnect (if still not connected) ▐▌ █ / bquit (to kill IRC connection) ▐▌ █ / jump (to activate changes, change servers) ▐▌ █ / listservers (show servers you have added) ▐▌ █ / delserver number.here (to remove a server) ▐▌ █ / brehash (to kill and restart bnc ) ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ MULTIPLE NETWORKS: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ If you want to be on multiple networks at the same time, one instance of ▐▌ █ your IRC program running, very easy . For example you are on are efnet ▐▌ █ already and want to go to linknet. Set up a new network, same as you ▐▌ █ did with efnet, except we will call it `l 'for example. l for linknet, ▐▌ █ you can call it anything you like but keep it short as you will need to ▐▌ █ type this name for cmds. ▐▌ █ enter: / addnetwork l ▐▌ █ All cmds now must be followed by: l '▐▌ █ enter: / bvhost l'your.vhost ▐▌ █ enter: / addserver l'server.here: 6667 ▐▌ █ Or for SSL: / addserver l'S = server.here: 7000 ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ MULTIPLE NETWORKS CMDS: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ All cmds to go to this server will be followed with l '▐▌ █ for example: / msg l'mewbies ▐▌ █ or / join l '# mewb ▐▌ █ or / jump l' ▐▌ █ or / bconnect l '... you get the idea ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ ADD USERS: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ The default of the amount of users you can add to your psybnc is 50. If ▐▌ █ you want to change that amount: ▐▌ █ pico config.h ▐▌ █ edit to the amount you want under: MAXUSER ▐▌ █ Note most shell companies; Each user will count as 1 process. Meaning that ▐▌ █ if you bought a shell with 2 processes you are allowed by the shell ▐▌ █ company to add only 1 more user. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ In mIRC enter: ▐▌ █ The name that you add a user is the login name that they must enter in ▐▌ █ their mIRC under `Full Name '. This does not need to be their IRC nick. For security it's better to not use the same name; don't give away a piece of ▐▌ █ the puzzle to a hacker. ▐▌ █ / adduser Ident.here: Name.here ▐▌ █ / password Ident: pass ▐▌ █ / addallow [email protected] ▐▌ █ example: ▐▌ █ / adduser mewmew: mewbie ▐▌ █ / password mewmew: 99) Ikxy55tYg0JkM - (_ K ▐▌ █ / addallow [email protected] ▐▌ █ / addallow [email protected]*.* ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ -If you want the user to be able to dcc you'll need to do the dcc steps ▐▌ █ for them, entering their vhost. ▐▌ █ -Keep track of the vhost that are being used in your account, inform any ▐▌ █ new user you add to n ot use those as you don't want to get banned for ▐▌ █ cloning. ▐▌ █ -Then give your users the instructions from above `SETUP BNC ON mIRC 'to ▐▌ █` OTHER CMDS' to carry out. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ Remember to do: / bhelp to have a complete list of psybnc cmds: D ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ AUTOSTART PSYBNC: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` `` `` `▐▌ █ If you want your psybnc to run automatically even after a reboot it's ▐▌ █ simple- just a few steps are involved. We will make a 'bash script' and ▐▌ █ 'crontab' it. This will check every 10 minutes if it is running, if not ▐▌ █ it will start it for you: ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ LOCATION OF BASH: ▐▌ █ First find the location of your bash: ▐▌ █ which bash ▐▌ █ My reply is: / bin / bash so that will be the path in the top line of the the ▐▌ █ bash script. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ UNIQUE PROCESS NAME: ▐▌ █ Then to find something unique in psybnc's process name - something that ▐▌ █ isn't in your other processes. This will show your current running ▐▌ █ processes: ▐▌ █ ps x ▐▌ █ For example reply might be: ▐▌ █ PID TTY STAT TIME COMMAND ▐▌ █ 2052? Sl 17:41 ./eggdrop Bot1.conf ▐▌ █ 18526? Sl 0:14 ./eggdrop Bot2.conf ▐▌ █ 2239? S 0:21 ./psybnc ▐▌ █ 24395? R 0:00 sshd: user @ pts / 3 ▐▌ █ 24396 pts / 3 Rs 0:00 -bash ▐▌ █ 24419 pts / 3 R + 0:00 ps x ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ I'll choose the word ' psybnc '▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ CREATE BASH SCRIPT: ▐▌ █ OK Lets create a bash script for it, using our unique words for 'SERVICE': ▐▌ █ cd ~ ▐▌ █ pico psybnc.sh (this file doesn't exist yet, name it anything.sh you ▐▌ █ like) ▐▌ █ paste in - changing all to your correct path: ▐▌ #! / bin / bash SERVICE = "psybnc" RUNIT = "/ home / user / psybnc /./ psybnc "if / bin / ps ax | / bin / grep -v / bin / grep | / bin / grep $ SERVICE> / dev / null then echo "$ SERVICE service running, everything is fine" else $ RUNIT fi exit █ ▐▌ █ Now set the perms on your new file: ▐▌ █ chmod 744 psybnc.sh ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ Kill psybnc if it's running: ▐▌ █ kill -15 [its pid number] ▐▌ █ (If that didn't kill it then use kill -9 [its pid number] ▐▌ █ Test the bash script it works correctly: ▐▌ █ ./psybnc.sh ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ CRONTAB BASH SCRIPT: ▐▌ █ If all went well kill it again so we can test crontab: ▐▌ █ kill -15 [its pid number] ▐▌ █ This will make crontab run the * psybnc.sh every 10 minutes. Where ever ▐▌ █ you pico / created your bash script is its path- you need to have the ▐▌ █ correct full path. Create a crontab: ▐▌ █ crontab -e ▐▌ █ Paste in, below the other crontab jobs if there are any: ▐▌ █ 0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * * /home/user/psybnc.sh> / dev / null 2> & 1 ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ It will reply: crontab: installing new crontab ▐▌ █ Wait 10 minutes and then see if it's running: ▐▌ █ ps x ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ To list all your crontab jobs: crontab -l ▐▌ █ To remove 'all' your crontab jobs: crontab -r ▐▌ █ To remove only certain jobs of course do: crontab -e ▐▌ █ then remove them. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ ANOTHER METHOD OF CRONTAB PSYBNC: ▐▌ █ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ▐▌ █ There is also an existing script to do this for you, but be warned it ▐▌ █ removed all my other crontabs I had set - so only use this if it's your ▐▌ █ first crontab you are setting and / or you don't have other crontabs set ▐▌ █ already: ▐▌ █ cd to your psybnc directory: cd / home / user / psybnc ▐▌ █ then: wget http://www.sjacob.dk/createcrontab ▐▌ █ then: chmod + x createcrontab ▐▌ █ then run the script: ./createcrontab ▐▌ █ To check it, enter: crontab -l ▐▌ █ If all is good it will reply: 0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * * / home / user / psybnc / psybncchk> / dev / null █ ▐▌ █ PSYBNC LOG: ▐▌ █ `` `` `` `` `` ▐▌ █ psybnc keeps its log here: ~ / log / psybnc.log ▐▌ █ It is already setup to rotate; it will rename the present log to ▐▌ █ psybnc.log.old and create a new psybnc.log. ▐▌ █ For help on log variables type into your IRC window: / bhelp ▐▌ █ To view your mainlog: ▐▌ █ / PLAYMAINLOG ▐▌ █ To erase it: ▐▌ █ / ERASEMAINLOG ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ If you would like your psybnc.log cleared more frequently use a timed cmd ▐▌ █ in your IRC client to erase the log at x dates. Problem with this is if ▐▌ █ you don't remember to view the log before x date you'll have no chance of ▐▌ █ doing so once the cmd is executed. ▐▌ █ For timed mIRC commands view the article HERE, scroll down to: / timer ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ TIP: ▐▌ █ `` `` ▐▌ █ Your eggdrop / bot could also use psyBNC, see HERE how. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ // ------------------------------------------ ---------------------------- ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ If you find mistakes, have suggestions, and or questions please post at ▐▌ █ mewbies forum HERE - thank you. ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █ Last update on 06 Dec '13 ▐▌ █ ▐▌ █▌ █▌ █▌ - mewbies.com - █▌ █▌ █▌ ██▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄ ▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄ ▄▄▄▄▄▄██