Omenserve 2.60: A File Server Script for mIRC
Omenserve 2.60 is a file server script for mIRC, a popular Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client. It allows you to share files with other users on IRC channels or through private messages. You can create and manage your own file lists, customize your server settings, and use various commands to control your file transfers.
In this article, we will review some of the features and benefits of Omenserve 2.60, as well as how to install and use it on your mIRC client.
Features and Benefits of Omenserve 2.60
Omenserve 2.60 has many features and benefits that make it a powerful and versatile file server script for mIRC. Some of them are:
It uses the standard Perl libraries, which means you can use the $FileHandle object for opening, closing, and handling files[^1^].
It supports multiple file lists, which you can create, edit, delete, rename, load, unload, and switch between easily[^5^].
It has a graphical user interface (GUI) that lets you configure your server settings, such as port, queue size, bandwidth limit, resume mode, auto-accept mode, auto-send mode, auto-voice mode, and more[^5^].
It has a built-in Quicklist feature that allows you to create a temporary file list from a folder or a text file[^5^].
It has a built-in Release feature that allows you to announce your new files on IRC channels with customizable messages[^5^].
It has many commands that you can use to control your file transfers, such as !list, !get, !info, !queue, !search, !cancel, !pause, !resume, !stats, !help, and more[^5^].
It has a logging system that records your file transfers and server activity in text files[^5^].
It has an anti-hammering system that prevents users from abusing your server by requesting too many files or sending too many commands[^5^].
It has an anti-leech system that prevents users from downloading files from your server without sharing any files themselves[^5^].
It has an anti-idle system that disconnects users who are idle for too long on your server[^5^].
It has an auto-update system that checks for new versions of Omenserve and downloads them automatically[^5^].
How to Install and Use Omenserve 2.60
To install and use Omenserve 2.60 on your mIRC client, you need to follow these steps:
Download Omenserve 2.60 from OpenSea, where you can also find other versions of Omenserve and related scripts[^1^].
Extract the zip file to your mIRC folder.
Run mIRC and type /load -rs omenserve.mrc in the status window.
A window will pop up asking you to accept the license agreement. Click Yes to continue.
A window will pop up asking you to enter your server name and port. Enter a name and a port number that are not used by any other program on your computer. Click OK to continue.
A window will pop up asking you to choose a file list. You can either create a new file list or load an existing one. Click OK to continue.
A window will pop up showing you the Omenserve GUI. Here you can configure your server settings and manage your file lists.
To start serving files, click the Start button on the GUI or type /os start in the status window.
To stop serving files, click the Stop button on the GUI or type /os stop in the status window.
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