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  2. Welcome to coders-resources website this website is mainly for IRC resources and for coders. 
  3. Compiling eggdrop requires a few steps and a system setup with the need libraries namely TCL. The system administrator would need to make sure the required system packages are installed. The system administrator would also need to setup a shell account for you to use. Once the packages are installed then you can compile eggdrop. Some basic tools you will need are 1) SSH client. Most windows users use Putty Myself I use mRemoteNG 2) Second thing you need is a way to edit files. If you are proficient with ssh you can use the built in editors like nano. But for most editing files is easier with a ftp client and your favourite text editor in your os or ftp client. I use WinSCP Once you have the needed tools installed in your OS you can login and compile Eggdrop. Compiling eggdrop As of the writing of this tutorial the current stable release of eggdrop is v1.8.4 1) Login to your shell account using the ssh client you installed (using details for your shell account provided by the system administrator) 2) At this point we need to retrieve the eggdrop archive. We can do this two ways, directly from eggheads or download to your computer and upload to your shell account. 2a) To retrieve the package directly from eggheads run the following command in your ssh client wget https://ftp.eggheads.org/pub/eggdrop/source/1.8/eggdrop-1.8.4.tar.gz 2b) If you have downloaded the file from another site you need to upload it via your ftp program to your shell account. 3) Once the archive is retrieved or uploaded we need to unpack it. To do so run the following command tar zxfv eggdrop-1.8.4.tar.gz This will unpack the archive in verbose mode so you can see what is unpacking. Once it is complete you will see in your shell client it will return to a prompt to input more commands 4) Now we need to change directories to the unpacked directory to compile. Run the following command in your ssh client cd eggdrop-1.8.4 5) Now we need to configure the compiling of the eggdrop. Note don't try to read what is outputing to your ssh client on this command it will usually go by very fast, you just have to note if it errors out. Run the following command in your ssh client ./configure 6) Once the compiler is configured you will see the following output ( as long as there were no errors) Operating System: Linux 4.19.0-10-amd64 IPv6 Support: yes Tcl version: 8.6.9 (threaded) SSL/TLS Support: yes (OpenSSL 1.1.1g 21 Apr 2020) If you experience any problems compiling Eggdrop, please read the compile guide, found in doc/COMPILE-GUIDE. Type 'make config' to configure the modules, or type 'make iconfig' to interactively choose which modules to compile. hub@tsunami:~/eggdrop-1.8.4$ You can choose the next step as it tells you between make config and make iconfig (note for this tutorial we will use make config as it's the easier and less advanced method and enables everything by default) Run the following command in your ssh client make config Again you will see some stuff scroll by on your screen ending with the following make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/hub/eggdrop-1.8.4/src/mod' Building ./src/mod/Makefile... done. You can now compile the bot, using "make". hub@tsunami:~/eggdrop-1.8.4$ Now you can continue to follow the commands it shows you in the case make. So run the command in your ssh client Note a lot of text will scroll by on your ssh client screen make Once the make process is complete you have to run the last command to put all the compiled eggdrop into its own directory usually this will go to the direct eggdrop make install Once this is complete you will see the following out put Installation completed. If you intend to use this bot as a botnet hub for other 1.8 bots using SSL, please run "make sslcert" now. If you installed eggdrop to a custom path during the make install process, use the same DEST= option here. You MUST ensure that you edit/verify your configuration file. An example configuration file, eggdrop.conf, is distributed with Eggdrop. Remember to change directory to /home/hub/eggdrop before you proceed. hub@tsunami:~/eggdrop-1.8.4$ Your bot is now compiled and installed. In the next tutorial we will go through configure and running your eggdrop bot to connect to your chosen network.
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