quassel-core - Qt 5 based distributed IRC client (core/server only)
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Quassel IRC is a modern, cross-platform, distributed IRC client
based on the Qt framework. Distributed means that one (or multiple)
client(s) can attach to and detach from a central core that stays
permanently online. Re-attaching your client will show your IRC
session in the same state as you left it in (plus whatever happened
while you were gone), and this even when you re-attach from a
different location. An optional Beginner's Mode completely hides
this feature, so Quassel IRC can be used like a traditional client.
- PGSQL: off
- SQLITE3: on
To run quasselcore at system start-up, add quasselcore_enable="YES"
Quassel can use SSL connection between client and core parts. At first start
quasselcore will ask you to enter some information that will be incorporated
into generated SSL certificate. You can generate a new certificate by running
the following command as root:
# service quasselcore keygen
# /usr/local/etc/rc.d/quasselcore keygen
By default quasselcore listens on 4242 port at localhost.
To change default behavior set quasselcore_args variable in /etc/rc.conf.
See 'quasselcore --help' for available arguments.
Install quassel-core txz package:
# pkg install quassel-core