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Bouncer is currently a VM that serves as a bouncer to IRC. a user with an account on our systems can log in and are automatically put into tmux. they can log into any command line irc client (irssi, weechat, etc.) and join COSI's irc channel at ##cosi on Freenode. When you detatch from tmux (by pressing ctrl-b d), your ssh session automatically closes, but you will be brought directly back into what you were last using the next time you log in.
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Bouncer is currently a VM that serves as a bouncer to IRC.
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==Usage==
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A user with a COSI LDAP account can log in and are automatically put into a [https://tmux.github.io/ tmux] session. This allows for a session to be stored even if the ssh connection is closed. They can log into any command line irc client ([https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Irssi irssi], [https://weechat.org/files/doc/devel/weechat_quickstart.en.html weechat], etc.) and join COSI's irc channel at ##cosi on Freenode (server url: chat.freenode.net).
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When you detatch from tmux (by pressing ctrl-b d), your ssh session automatically closes, but you will be brought directly back into what you were last using the next time you log in.

Revision as of 13:12, 17 March 2016

Bouncer
IP Address(es): 128.153.145.170
Contact Person: Graham Northup
Last Update: August 2015
VM Host (Physical): phoenix
Host VM: bouncer


Operating system: Debian Jessie x64
LDAP Support: Yes
Development Status: Running
Status: Running


Bouncer is currently a VM that serves as a bouncer to IRC.

Usage

A user with a COSI LDAP account can log in and are automatically put into a tmux session. This allows for a session to be stored even if the ssh connection is closed. They can log into any command line irc client (irssi, weechat, etc.) and join COSI's irc channel at ##cosi on Freenode (server url: chat.freenode.net).

When you detatch from tmux (by pressing ctrl-b d), your ssh session automatically closes, but you will be brought directly back into what you were last using the next time you log in.