Updating omenserve list
Triggers can be anything, even a whole sentence like "I screw donkeys for fun". The amount of time to wait depends on the file server's upload speed, the type of files it is serving, and how fast the first queues finish downloading. Some messages describe what is inside the file servers, some advertise what the File Server's owner is requesting, and some (like the one above) serve pretty much no purpose at all.There are also many other things the Ad can contain, like the Record CPS (Highest upload speed recorded), Upload Speed (How fast the server is uploading at at the moment), and many others.With that done, now you are ready to use a File Server. Queue number 1 starts to send the file to the user when one of the sends finishes, and Queue number 2 receives the file requested after the next send finishes (could be the queued file).Maximum number of sends and queues vary depending on the file server.Auto-accepting files is a must on m IRC, or you would have to /dccallow many many people in order to get what you want.Auto-accepting means that you don't have to be at your computer, or at m IRC to receive the file.
This is like using DOS, so DOS users should have no problem with this. After one is done queue-ing or requesting files, one should close the window the file server is in, and wait in the channel for the file to be sent.
USE THIS GUIDE AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION, AND PLEASE READ VERSION 2 IF YOU RUN INTO PROBLEMS. It's also made to help me, because I don't have to teach you step by step (hehe I'm lazy).
But you can't blame me, I've taught more than 20 people (around 200 now) before I decided to write this.
APPARENTLY SOME PEOPLE STILL PREFER THIS VERSION OF THE GUIDE, BUT HAVEN'T TOLD ME ABOUT IT DIRECTLY.
THIS VERSION IS NOT UPDATED ANYMORE; ONLY VERSION 2 IS.
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If you see the message "DCC Server Session Terminated", don't freak out, that's meant to happen. If you don't, but there are directories, (stuff that doesn't have an extension) proceed to 2b.