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NOTE:  It is the standard on freenode and generally a good idea to ONLY op your self if needed.  Such as if a spammer enters the channel or channel maintenance needs to be done.
 
NOTE:  It is the standard on freenode and generally a good idea to ONLY op your self if needed.  Such as if a spammer enters the channel or channel maintenance needs to be done.
  
To op someone or yourself (you can only op yourself if you have the appropriate level in the access list):
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To op yourself if you don't have op and you are on the access list:  (currently roey, whot, and reportingsjr)
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/msg chanserv op #linuxwacom
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You can only run the following commands if you are an op.
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To op someone:
 
  /mode #linuxwacom +o nickname
 
  /mode #linuxwacom +o nickname
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To deop someone:
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/mode #linuxwacom -o nickname
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To add channel modes:
 
To add channel modes:
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To remove channel modes:
 
To remove channel modes:
 
  /mode #linuxwacom -mode
 
  /mode #linuxwacom -mode
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==Dealing with problem people==
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If you want someone to not be able to enter the channel, or to not talk if they are in the channel (this bans them):
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/mode #linuxwacom +b nickname
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This is useful if you quickly want to mute someone.
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To kick a person out of a channel:
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/kick nickname reason
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Reason is optional in this command.
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If you kick someone out of the channel they can rejoin.  If you want to permanently kick someone out of the channel ban them first using the above command and then kick them.  They will not be able to rejoin.
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Also, many people have auto-rejoin enabled where if they are kicked out of a channel or lose internet connection then their client automatically rejoins.

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