Changeset 875ba16


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Timestamp:
2013-02-09T11:31:43Z (7 years ago)
Author:
Miklos Vajna <vmiklos@…>
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git-author:
Miklos Vajna <vmiklos@…> (09-02-13 11:31:43)
git-committer:
Miklos Vajna <vmiklos@…> (09-02-13 11:31:43)
Message:

skype: move config instructions from README to the manpage

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  • protocols/skype/README

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    145145=== Configuring
    146146
    147 - Set up `~/.skyped/skyped.conf`: Create the `~/.skyped` directory, copy
    148   `skyped.conf` and `skyped.cnf` from
    149   `/usr/local/etc/skyped/skyped.conf` to `~/.skyped`, adjust `username`
    150   and `password`. The `username` should be your Skype login and the
    151   `password` can be whatever you want, but you will have to specify that
    152   one when adding the Skype account to BitlBee (see later).
    153 
    154 NOTE: Here, and later - `/usr/local/etc` can be different on your installation
    155 if you used the `--sysconfdir` switch when running bitlbee-skype's `configure`.
    156 
    157 - Generate the SSL pem files:
    158 
    159 ----
    160 # cd ~/.skyped
    161 # openssl req -new -x509 -days 365 -nodes -config skyped.cnf -out skyped.cert.pem \
    162         -keyout skyped.key.pem
    163 ----
    164 
    165 NOTE: Maybe you want to adjust the permissions in the `~/.skyped`
    166 dir. For example make it readable by just your user.
    167 
    168 - Start `skyped` (the tcp server):
    169 
    170 ----
    171 $ skyped
    172 ----
    173 
    174 - Start your `IRC` client, connect to BitlBee and add your account:
    175 
    176 ----
    177 account add skype <user> <pass>
    178 account skype set server localhost
    179 ----
    180 
    181 <user> should be your Skype account name, <pass> should be the one you declared
    182 in `skyped.conf`. If you want to run skyped on a remote machine, replace
    183 `localhost` with the name of the machine.
    184 
    185 If you are running skyped on a custom port:
    186 
    187 ----
    188 account skype set port <port>
    189 ----
    190 
    191 If you want to set your full name (optional):
    192 
    193 ----
    194 account skype set display_name "John Smith"
    195 ----
    196 
    197 If you want to see your skypeout contacts online as well (they are
    198 offline by default):
    199 
    200 ----
    201 account skype set skypeout_offline false
    202 ----
     147See the manpage of `skyped`.
    203148
    204149== Setting up Skype in a VNC server (optional)
  • protocols/skype/skyped.txt

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    2020== CONFIGURATION
    2121
    22 See the README for information about how to configure this daemon.
     22- Set up `~/.skyped/skyped.conf`: Create the `~/.skyped` directory, copy
     23  `skyped.conf` and `skyped.cnf` from `/usr/local/etc/skyped/` to `~/.skyped`,
     24  adjust `username` and `password`. The `username` should be your Skype login and
     25  the `password` can be whatever you want, but you will have to specify that one
     26  when adding the Skype account to BitlBee (see later).
     27
     28NOTE: Here, and later - `/usr/local/etc` can be different on your installation
     29if you used the `--sysconfdir` switch when running the `configure` of BitlBee.
     30
     31- Generate the SSL pem files:
     32
     33----
     34$ cd ~/.skyped
     35$ openssl req -new -x509 -days 365 -nodes -config skyped.cnf -out skyped.cert.pem \
     36        -keyout skyped.key.pem
     37----
     38
     39- Start `skyped` (the TCP server), initially without detaching and enabling debug messages:
     40
     41----
     42$ skyped -d -n
     43----
     44
     45- Start your `IRC` client, connect to BitlBee and add your account:
     46
     47----
     48account add skype <user> <pass>
     49----
     50
     51`<user>` should be your Skype account name, `<pass>` should be the one you declared
     52in `skyped.conf`.
    2353
    2454== OPTIONS
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