daedeluslanthanien wrote:Set up IRC without having the retarded situation of having the browser open my client and remove the ridiculous use of your nasty SSL .DLL file pair that you want in the client. BULLSHIT!!!!!!
daedeluslanthanien wrote:I just noticed one more thing.... The forum notes that I joined in 2009; I joined in 2004 actually.
centip3de wrote:daedeluslanthanien wrote:Set up IRC without having the retarded situation of having the browser open my client and remove the ridiculous use of your nasty SSL .DLL file pair that you want in the client. BULLSHIT!!!!!!
You can log into the IRC server directly, there's no need to go through the browser for your client.
Default port: 6667
SSL Ports: 6697,7000
Also, you only need to use the DLL if you want to make things easier for you over SSL with mIRC. It's most definitely not a required thing to use.
daedeluslanthanien wrote:The IRC link does not simply display the IRC info; it actually prompts to open the IRC client. I had to pull the info out of the bitch boxes. Afterwards I tried numerous times to connect to the server and was denied. Upon reading the IRC help I noticed the .DLLs and the instructions really seem like the .DLLs are required. SOOOOOOOO?....... and yes I manually did a 7000 port in the client.
That link wrote:Most users are using mIRC, a very nice Windows IRC client. HackThisSite has taken the effort to make using SSL on mIRC a little easier.
daedeluslanthanien wrote:That's fine. I'll use Linux to interact here.
I ran into some issues today as I tried to update my password using my windows box with several different browsers. It was a pain in the ass. A lot of people run Windows. There is no need to impede these people IMHO. Now why am I saying this? When I tried to update my password the account password link would spawn a new tab which brought to Verizons site on numerous occasions without my PW being reset. WTF? You probably made .30 cents off that but really pissed me off. I went over to my Linux machine and finally got that done. Just because you know how to use Linux does not mean that you should be laying Ad-Traps for M$ users. I advocate Linux learning but I NEVER pull that kind of BS.
daedeluslanthanien wrote:I really enjoyed the retraction of the .DLL advice by switching to advice to move to Linux
daedeluslanthanien wrote:It is a no-brainer considering the normal impulse of 31337 Linux users to engage in 31337 ass-hattery IMO. There are Linux guys like myself who reject this impulse and casually teach without the flip-flop. The methods that seem to provide guidance to the newbs and the nasty lil Java IRC plugin is actually a very lame way to root their machines, again, IMHO. Java IS trashed, you know it, I know it.
daedeluslanthanien wrote:Thank God Jeremy will only get 10 years...... I think he will come back.
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