- Table of contents
- Connect through SSH
- Connect through AGATA machines
- IRSSI help
- Main commands
An IRC server has been installed on janus.agata.daq on the default port for IRC.
This service is mainly provided for administration of AGATA, debugging, and communication during run.
This server is open only to machines inside the DAQ box, so to connect to it, you need to be on a AGATA visu machine, or to be connected through SSH inside the DAQ box.
Connect through SSH¶
The easiest way is to connect on janus directly (or lxagata0.gsi.de from outside of AGATA daq box).
You need to have an account on this machine.
Connect through AGATA machines¶
You have to be physically connected on AGATA visu machines.
You can launch whatever IRC client you want.
Theorically, irssi should be installed (this is a console application, not a graphical one ....)
Connection to channel #AGATA¶
First of all launch irssi.
If you are connected from generic account (psa-tests for example), change your username.
[(status)] /set user_name Eric ....... ....... 09:31 [server] 09:31 user_name = Eric
In the status bar, connect to AGATA server
[(status)] /connect janus.agata.daq ....... ....... 11:30 -!- End of /MOTD command. 11:30 -!- Mode change [+i] for user Rico_ 11:30 -!- Irssi: Your nick is owned by Eric Legay [~email@example.com]
When connected, you can change your nick
[(status)] /nick Nice_One ....... ....... 11:33 -!- You're now known as Nice_One
After this you just have to join the AGATA channel
[(status)] /join #AGATA ....... ....... 11:34 -!- Nice_One [~firstname.lastname@example.org] has joined #AGATA 11:34 [Users #AGATA] 11:34 [@Rico] [ Damian] [ Nice_One] [ Xavier_L] 11:34 -!- Irssi: #AGATA: Total of 4 nicks [1 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 3 normal] 11:34 -!- Channel #AGATA created Fri Jan 10 10:44:50 2014 11:34 -!- Irssi: Join to #AGATA was synced in 0 secs
You are now connected to the #AGATA channel.
To leave irssi, type /exit.
To list peoples connected to the channel, type /names.
To have a private discussion, type /q nick
With irssi, when you have multiples windows, you can use Alt-# to change.
Alt-1 is the main window