Install LambdaMOO 1.8.1 server with LambdaCore database on Ubuntu 12

 

Download the LambdaMOO server into your home folder using ‘wget’:

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Extract the LambdaMOO .tar.gz archive:

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Change directory & run the configure script:

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You may have to install yacc before the next step:

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Compile the server:

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I’m not sure what the errors are all about but it seems to run fine regardless!

Download the LambdaCore database:

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Extract the LamdaCore database:

That’s it, now you should be able to start up the MOO:

The format is: ./moo <input-db-file> <output-db-file> <port> &
The & is used to run it in the background so you don’t need to keep the window open.

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To test it, just telnet to the port you specified above:

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LINKS:

Download LambdaMOO-latest.tar.gz (server)
Download LambdaCore (database)

And be sure to visit Lisdude’s MOO Resources page:

Lisdude’s MOO Resources

How to embed a free IRC (Internet Relay Chat) chat room on your website

I recommend using Kiwi IRC because it’s easy, responsive, looks great (has 4 themes), easy authentication, and more.

Kiwi IRC

  1. Go to https://kiwiirc.com/embedding
  2. Enter IRC server address.   If you don’t know what to put, use: irc.freenode.net
  3. Enter a channel name.   Must start with a # character (e.g. #twat)
  4. Click on “Generate My Code” button.
  5. Copy and paste the generated HTML code into any html document.  (Choose Text mode if using WordPress)

Generated HTML:

And voila:

Or you can choose a different theme when generating the code, for example:

IRC LINKS:

Official Kiwi IRC Site – kiwiirc.com
IRC Search engine – irc.netsplit.de