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Post  Chief on Sat May 03, 2014 6:59 pm

Guide install ruby-relay on ubuntu
A ruby IRC relay bot that relays conversations across channels on many networks. Uses the Cinch framework
ok before we install ruby-relay we need install Ruby inside to Terminal and write like this

sudo apt-get install ruby
if you see the bot not run and this not work then write like this

sudo apt-get -y install build-essential zlib1g-dev libssl-dev libreadline6-dev libyaml-dev
cd /tmp
tar -xvzf ruby-2.0.0-p353.tar.gz
cd ruby-2.0.0-p353/
./configure --prefix=/usr/local
sudo make install
this look like this

after you configure the ruby-2.0.0 you need now run the bot
inside to your root and write like this


gem install cinch cinch-identify
after you install this you need see if the install cinch it's Successfully like this

after you exit from root and start download


git clone
cd ruby-relay
cp config/config.yaml.example config/config.yaml
when you need fix your conf you can run 3 bots in your Network you need fix your conf like this

after you fix your conf you can run your bot

you can used with Config us

  # Set nick, user/ident, and real name.
  nick: ruby-relay
  user: relay
  # nickservname: defines the SASL username if SASL is enabled (it is
  # otherwise ignored).
  nickservname: ruby-relay
  nickservpass: password
  # Defines the maximum amount of messages the bot will send in a second to
  # prevent it from flooding itself off. If not defined, defaults to the bot's
  # smart defaults for each IRCd.
  # msgspersec: 3
  # Enables colouring of networks and nicks.
  usecolour: true
  # This setting prepends a - (dash) in front of nicks when people speak
  # so that they are not highlighted by the relayer bot if they are on
  # multiple ends of the relay.
  nohighlights: false

  # Set to true to only relay privmsgs (as opposed to joins/parts/quits/
  # privmsgs/nicks/kicks/quits).
  privmsgonly: false

  # Set to true to disable displaying hostmasks.
  nohostmasks: false

  # List of hostmasks that can use !rehash (make sure you surround each
  # with quotes).
  - "*!*"

  # Allows you to toggle whether to relay different nonprivmsg events, for
  # greater customizability.
  disablejoins: true
  disableparts: true
  disablekicks: true
  disablenicks: true
  disablemodes: true
  disablequits: true
  # PLEASE NOTE: the server names configured here MUST match the network name
  # given by the IRCd in its 005 reply (case-insensitive), or the relayer
  # WILL NOT work! To find this network name, type "/raw version" or
  # "/quote version" (without quotes) in your IRC client, and look for the
  # section that says "NETWORK=Name".

    # Server name, port, and whether to use SSL.
    #port: 6667
    #ssl: false
    # sasl: If set to true, this enables SASL authentication (not supported by
    # all networks). If set to false, the bot will use plain-text NickServ
    # authentication.
    sasl: false
    # channel: Make sure to add quotes around channel names so they are not
    # mistaken for comments by YAML.
    channel: "#mIRCx"
    # nick, user, realname, nickservuser, nickservpass, password, and msgspersec
    # can also be set on a per-network basis.
    nick: staticrelay
    port: 6667
    ssl: false
    sasl: false
    channel: "#mIRCx"
    msgspersec: 10
    nickservuser: rubybot
    nickservpass: password

#  freenode:
#    server:
#    port: 6697
#    ssl: true
#    sasl: true
#    channel: "##relayone"
#    password: password-for-server

  # Ignore nicks function: defines a list of nicks (case insensitive) for
  # the relayer to ignore joins/parts/quits/nicks/modes from. If ignoreprivmsg
  # is true, it will also ignore PRIVMSGs.
  # The bot will ignore itself regardless of this setting.
  ignoreprivmsg: true
    - troll1
    - ChanServ
    - baduser1
Good luck
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