IRC Channel Auto Ops?
How do I make myself autoop on a channel so when I join I am an OP?
I left and came back now noone is Op. What shall I do?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Well, first off, you cannot make your self auto op unless someone of higher status sets you as it. If you want to make someone auto op, you would usually type the command:
/msg chanserv aop #channel add user
Some channels, however, prefer to have xOP off, which in that case, you would type:
/msg chanserv access #channel add user 5
Hope this helps! :)
- 4 years ago
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- |\|\r. YusOLv 51 decade ago
A channel has an X bot that will recognize if you have an access on a certain channel. If you are one of the supporters, you automatically get an administrative access level. But if you have a friend who is one of the admin he can add you with your private e-mail account and you'll be given a certain access. Thus, when you join the channel X bot will recognize your ip and if you have an auto op enabled then you go up automatically.
- 1 decade ago
The channel first has to be registered to some kind of channel services; ChanServ, X, chanfix etc. If there are no channel services like in Undernet you and the other clients have to exit the channel and rejoin. You also could talk to your admin about this to see if he can help. irc.geekpanties.com offers great services and admins are always there for their users.
- Anonymous6 years ago
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- 4 years ago
/msg ChanServ FLAGS #yourchannel yournick +oOtsi
get command from here
/msg ChanServ help FLAGS