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I have a problem with my ircd-hybrid server. I can only make myself operator in the status tab but not when I join channels.

There is my operator tag in ircd.conf:

operator {
    /* name: the name of the oper */
    name = "operator";

    /* user: the user@host required for this operator.  CIDR is not
     * supported.  multiple user="" lines are supported.
    user = "*@";

    /* password: the password required to oper.  By default this will
     * need to be encrypted using '/usr/bin/mkpasswd'.
     * WARNING: Please do not mix up the 'mkpasswd' program from 
     * /usr/sbin with this one. If you are root, typing 'mkpasswd' 
     * will run that one instead and you will receive a strange error.
     * MD5 is supported. If you want to use it, use mkpasswd -Hmd5.
    #password = "3ZokNTld506nY";
    password = "$1$oqD3q/0S$wQ1utcJG9Pcutmq6i3qxS.";

    /* class: the class the oper joins when they successfully /oper */
    class = "opers";

    /* privileges: controls the activities and commands an oper are 
     * allowed to do on the server.  All options default to no.
     * Available options:
     * global_kill:  allows remote users to be /KILL'd (OLD 'O' flag)
     * remote:       allows remote SQUIT and CONNECT   (OLD 'R' flag)
     * kline:        allows KILL, KLINE and DLINE      (OLD 'K' flag)
     * unkline:      allows UNKLINE and UNDLINE        (OLD 'U' flag)
     * gline:        allows GLINE                      (OLD 'G' flag)
     * nick_changes: allows oper to see nickchanges    (OLD 'N' flag)
     *               via usermode +n
     * rehash:       allows oper to REHASH config      (OLD 'H' flag)
     * die:          allows DIE and RESTART            (OLD 'D' flag)
     * admin:        gives admin privileges.  admins
     *               may (un)load modules and see the
     *               real IPs of servers.
    global_kill = yes;
    remote = yes;
    kline = yes;
    unkline = yes;
    gline = yes;
    die = yes;
    rehash = yes;
    nick_changes = yes;
    admin = yes;

Also, how can I configure the server so that when a user joins a channel first, they do not become an operator for the channel?

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  • connect to your IRC server.
  • become operator rights:
    • /oper operator
    • enter your password
    • IRC server show text "You have entered... the Twilight Zone!"
  • /quote MODLOAD m_opme.so
    • this load module "OPME" on server
  • /opme #channel
    • now you have operator rights in #channel
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