General Commands Manual
Irssi - a modular IRC client for UNIX
irssi [--config=PATH] [--home=PATH] [-dv!?] [-c server] [-p port] [-n
nickname] [-w password] [-h hostname]
Irssi is a modular Internet Relay Chat client; it is highly extensible
and very secure. Being a fullscreen, termcap based client with many features,
Irssi is easily extensible through scripts and modules.
--config= FILE use
FILE instead of ~/.irssi/config
PATH specifies the home directory of Irssi; default is
-c, --connect= SERVER connect to
-w, --password= PASSWORD use
PASSWORD for authentication.
-p, --port= PORT automatically connect to
PORT on server.
-!, --noconnect disable autoconnecting of servers
-n, --nick= NICKNAME specify
NICKNAME as your nick
-h, --hostname= HOSTNAME use
HOSTNAME for your irc session
-v, --version display the version of Irssi
-?, --help show a help message
Irssi has a solid amount of documentation available; check /HELP or look
online at https://irssi.org
~/.irssi/config personal configuration file
~/.irssi/config.autosave automatic save of the personal config file when it was changed
~/.irssi/default.theme default irssi theme
~/.irssi/away.log logged messages in away status
~/.irssi/scripts/ default scripts directory
~/.irssi/scripts/autorun/ directory containing links to scripts that should be loaded automatically
~/.irssi/startup file containing a list of commands to execute on startup
Irssi was written by Timo Sirainen; this manpage was written by Istvan
Sebestyen, Stefan Tomanek, Geert Hauwaerts.
using mandoc for the conversion of manual pages.
The website is available under the terms of the
license, except for the contents of the manual pages, which have their own license
specified in the corresponding Arch Linux package.