dpkg - eggdrop bot
dpkg/dpkg-chan @ irc.rizon.net, #dpkg
dpkg is an eggdrop bot running on Rizon. It is operated by Jerry. It is named after the great Debian package management system.
All of dpkg's commands start with a hyphen (-). Some commands take parameters. This document indicates required parameters with angle brackets (<>), optional parameters with brackets (). Some commands take options that affect their behavior. All options have a short form and a long form. Short options are preceded by a hyphen (-), long options are preceded by two hyphens (--).
This command displays all available commands.
This command displays a short help for the specified command. The command has to be specified without the hyphen (-).
This command replies with "pong". This can be used to check whether dpkg is still connected. By default, dpkg replies nearly instantly. If --slow is specified, it replies with normal speed.
This commands highlights you at the specified time. time can be a delay in minutes (or seconds if --seconds has been given) or a time (like 12:34).
This command performs a DNS lookup on the given host/ip. If no --type is given, it returns the IP address and the corresponding hostname.
This command displays the latest stable version of the Linux kernel. If --branch is specified, it displays the latest version of the specified branch (for example 2.4 or linux-next).
This command hashes the specified text (or an empty string if not given) with the specified algorithm. Currently, MD5, SHA1, SHA224 and SHA256 are supported.
This command uses utrace to locate the given host/ip. Results may or may not be accurate (or an empty string).
dpkg decides for you. It randomly chooses one of the specified options.
Ask the magic 8-ball! It answers your question.
Converts the specified number from unit from to unit to.
This command displays the current weather conditions for the specified city/zip code. Works with cities all around the world.
Displays basic information (release year, runtime, genre, IMDb rating) about a movie. If --plot/-p is given, it will display a short summary of the movie's plot.
This command allows for creation of notes, identified by names. Staff can use --protect to create notes that cannot be deleted or modified by normal users.