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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0001492Anope Development (1.9.x series)Nickservpublic2013-03-14 09:142013-03-15 19:33
ReporterCuttingEdge 
Assigned ToAdam 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
StatusresolvedResolutionfixed 
Platformx86_64OSUbuntu LinuxOS Version12.10
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0001492: NickServ kill default not applied to new registrations
DescriptionThe default 'kill' setting for new NickServ registrations is not applied to the database/user.
Steps To Reproduce1) Register a new nickname using NickServ when the 'defaults' setting includes the 'kill' option.
2) Confirm NickServ registration where applicable.
3) Check: /msg NickServ info <nickname>
4) The 'kill' option is not present, even though its set as a default option in the configuration.
Additional InformationUsing latest Anope 1.9.9 GIT with unencrypted 'flatfile' database.

In nickserv.conf (under 'nickserv'):

defaults="kill secure private hideemail hideusermask memo_signon memo_receive autoop"
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(0006401)
Adam (administrator)
2013-03-15 19:33

thanks, fixed in 01620e849aece8ac8c2a8282788d7ea26a96b476
(0006400)
CuttingEdge (reporter)
2013-03-15 07:43

Changing it to 'killprotect' seems to have done the trick. You may want to adjust the configuration examples to match, as they indicate that one needs to use 'kill'.

Thank you kindly!
(0006399)
Adam (administrator)
2013-03-14 14:28

Change it to killprotect and it should work.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2013-03-14 09:14 CuttingEdge New Issue
2013-03-14 14:28 Adam Note Added: 0006399
2013-03-15 07:43 CuttingEdge Note Added: 0006400
2013-03-15 19:33 Adam Note Added: 0006401
2013-03-15 19:33 Adam Status new => resolved
2013-03-15 19:33 Adam Resolution open => fixed
2013-03-15 19:33 Adam Assigned To => Adam


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