tag: irc

Quassel Web

Follow up on my second blog post where I installed quassel, now I want to setup the Quassel Web, and rest-search I’m basing this on a vultr guide just because I used this plus a bunch of issues and random help pages to get it working. Personally I have my quassel running on sub-domain, instead of the root with /quassel, using sockets to connect instead of http proxy, for extra security and possibily extra speed.

The Button

This is probably one of the most enjoyable projects I’ve ever done. A basic explaination of what it is is a button that kicks Jennifer-Lawrence. Thats it. Unfortunately, the actual implementation is a little more complicated, with 2 python scripts running on the host computer, and a IRC client running 24/7 to act as a IRC Bot Hardware Requirements Big Red novelty button Arduino (as long as it has usb serial) 2 * 1k resistors 9-10 male to male jumper cables Breadboard A will to live kick Jennifer-Lawrence Hardware Setup Software Setup The software is composed of 3 main parts.

Setting up QuasselCore on a Debian Server

26 Jul 2018 - 2 minutes
Most of this information comes from this wiki page which was pretty out of date. From the start, instead of installing what it says there, quassel is now using qt5, so I’ve changed the command to this: sudo apt install git-core zlib1g-dev qca-qt5-2-utils libqca-qt5-2-dev qtbase5-dev qttools5-dev-tools libqt5sql5-psql screen cmake build-essential libboost-dev if you don’t want postgres, you can use libqt5sql5-mysql for mysql, libqt5sql5-sqlite for sqlite. The rest of the installation is the same as the wiki, but I’ll copy it anyway