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  1. WHAT IS THE COMMAND FOR CTRL+SHIFT+N IN THE SAME TIME THANKS FOR THE ANSWERS
  2. WHAT IS THE COMMAND FOR CTRL+SHIFT+N IN THE SAME TIME THANKS FOR THE ANSWERS
  3. Hi, This is a module that allows you to control your WiFi Pineapple over IRC. It uses a custom configuration file that you can edit in the Web Interface. The configuration file contains four sections, "Network", "Security", "Commands" and "Other". Firstly, "Network" contains the network information such as the server, port, nickname and channel to join. The new "Security" block contains the name of the Master and the trigger. "Commands" contains your commands in the format of "phrase: command to execute". Finally the "Other" block is for other options such as debugging. For more information on the config file format, see here. Heres some screenshots: Thanks! -Foxtrot
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