Anyway, seriously. I can't quite figure out how to connect to IMC2. I want to really bad, because I feel intermud networking may not be the wave of the future, but damn it's cool to have multiple muds chatting with each other, and I'm sure it can't hurt as far as my learning curve goes.
So, I type IMC. I get a list of Mort commands. I type imchelp imc2: THEN and ONLY then do I see admin commands for IMC. I type IMCSetup. I get the classic, HUH? :P I'm running quickmud. Is it possible that I have a half implemented version of IMC? Any help appreciated of course and more information obviously available upon request. Thank you! :)
Honestly haven't come up with a good name for my mud yet. I keep calling it 'mymud' lol. And I keep trying to connect to either server (1 or 2) it doesn't seem to matter since the code just doesn't seem to be there.
Semi-edit (i haven't posted yet): I just found a set of commands under imcconfig (i was trying to use imcsetup), that are supposed to allow you to setup your mud for IMC. Well… here is the log of that venture… It really seems like IMC was semi-implemented in quickmud, but I could be wrong of course.
imchelp imcconfig Syntax: imc <field> [value]
Configuration info for your mud. Changes save when edited. You may set the following:
Show : Displays your current configuration. Localname : The name IMC2 knows your mud by. Autoconnect : Toggles automatic connection on reboots. MinPlayerLevel: Sets the minimum level IMC2 can see your players at. MinImmLevel : Sets the level at which immortal commands become available. Adminlevel : Sets the level at which administrative commands become available. Implevel : Sets the level at which immplementor commands become available. Infoname : Name of your mud, as seen from the imcquery info sheet. Infohost : Telnet address of your mud. Infoport : Telnet port of your mud. Infoemail : Email address of the mud's IMC2 administrator. InfoWWW : The Web address of your mud, cannot contain tildes. InfoDetails : SHORT Description of your mud. ServerName : Name of the server your mud connets to IMC2 on. ServerAddr : DNS or IP address of the server you mud connects to. ServerPort : Port of the server your mud connects to. ClientPwd : Client password for your mud. ServerPwd : Server password for your mud.
This display will also indicate whether your mud is using MD5 or plain text to authenticate.
<10000hp 9977m 5000mv> imc show The following commands are available: ————————————-
On that note, how the heck do I tell what version my mud supports? I am running quickmud, dl'ed straight from mudbytes. I haven't touched the imc stuff so… what version would that be? Forgive me for being retarded ;)