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#irssi back again :)

Posted on November 27th 2001

OK, that didn’t take long, thanks to Dyzio.

#irssi moved to #irssi2

Posted on November 27th 2001

After half year of “everyone gets ops” policy in #irssi, someone stupid enough finally brought botnet there and took it over. Use #irssi2 until #irssi is free. All glory to SnakeXP@x.x.x.x / x.x.x.y, etc. of mirkforce or something. Here’s the log: </files/irssi_takeover.txt> for those who want to look at it. released

Posted by cras on August 31st 2001

So, the first remote crash was found (isn’t exploitable). Go upgrade to, or try the CVS version which should mostly work better than .98.4. Thanks for Snakeladder/OPN #irssi for noticing :)

UPDATE: is pretty much the same as, except fixes this remote crash (well, and contains one small fix too). So those of you who user CVS, or nightly CVS snaphots should just cvs update / get new nightly CVS snapshot. 0.7.99 will be released when I have time to fix those few nasty bugs in it..

UK mirror

Posted on August 23rd 2001

Yet another mirror (yes, the more the better :) - provided by Jonathan McDowell.

German mirror

Posted on August 12th 2001

There’s now german mirror provided by Elmar K. Bins.

Nightly .deb CVS snapshot CHANGES

Posted by cras on August 12th 2001

Nightly .debs for HPPA and sparc architectures are now created by nk. I had to make some changes to make non-i386 arch work so you’ll need to update your sources.list to:

  deb unstable ./
  deb-src sources/

BTW. The nightly snapshot generation was broken for the last few days but should work again.

Nightly slackware packages

Posted on August 9th 2001

Nightly slackware packages of irssi’s CVS snapshots can now be downloaded from here: </files/snapshots/slackware/>.

BTW. 0.7.99 should be ready very soon now..

Nightly .deb CVS snapshots

Posted by cras on July 26th 2001

For all you debian users:

  echo "deb unstable/" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
  echo "deb-src unstable/" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
  apt-get update
  apt-get install irssi-text

Debian testing (woody) users can replace the unstable text with testing. If you wish to provide non-i386 .debs, contact me. Potato snapshots will come after I get my 386 ready for it :) And add those / chars at the end of debian/ and unstable/ - they’re required.

You can also download them directly from here.