Eggdrop RacBot Unix Stable Release
Released: 26th February 2007.
Size: 853,422 Bytes (834 KB)
- You must have a UNIX (FreeBSD, Linux, etc) shell or run
your own UNIX system. (For a Windows Installer see the
Windows Stable Release page).
- Tool Command
Language (Tcl) libraries must be installed on your system. The recommended
version is 8.4.14. See Tcl Developer
Website for details on how to obtain them.
- To get the most out of Eggdrop RacBot your Shell should
not be behind a firewall that hinders DCC. The shell should support background
processes and crontab, and have at least 10 MB of disk quota. (20MB+ of disk
space is recommended).
- You should feel comfortable using basic UNIX commands
like "cd" and you should know your way around your shell's file
system E.g. know where your home directory is. (hint: try "cd" then
- This release is designed for QuakeNet, Undernet, EFnet,
Dalnet,IRCnet and Austnet servers. It should also work on other smaller
networks, perhaps after some manual configuration.
- Untar the compressed tar file using tar -xzf
<racbot.tar.gz>. (If your system does not have a tar command that can
uncompress files then use gunzip <racbot.tar.gz> then tar -xf
- Follow the instructions in INSTALL.txt.
(You will find it in the racbot-<version> subdirectory).
You can upgrade from a previous release of Eggdrop
RacBot by downloading the new release from above and installing the new version
in the same directory as the old version. Your configuration will not be lost
(as long as your configuration file is not the same name as one of the sample
If you are upgrading from 3.0x or earlier, it is
recommended that you check or redo your Configuration file to ensure that you
are using all the desired features that come with this version of Eggdrop
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RacBot (including the list of changes) then
subscribe to the Eggdrop RacBot mailing list. For
details on how to subscribe, see the Support Page.
Updated Monday, 26 February 2007
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