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josuah
Thank you z3bra!

For the ii client, it is possible to use UNIX sockets instead of TCP sockets:

# vi /etc/inetd.conf
Code:
/tmp/irc.freenode.net  stream  unix  nowait  nobody  /usr/bin/openssl  openssl s_client -quiet -connect irc.freenode.net:6697
/tmp/unix.chat         stream  unix  nowait  nobody  /usr/bin/openssl  openssl s_client -quiet -connect unix.chat:6697
/tmp/other...          stream  unix  nowait  nobody  /usr/bin/openssl  openssl s_client -quiet -connect irc.other.networks:6697
...

# ii -s unix.chat -u /tmp/unix.chat

And then you have ~/irc/unix.chat and not ~/irc/127.0.0.1. :)
Dog
I have to turn off verification for this server to connect. I'm getting this in weechat:

Code:
│13:49:42 | unix.chat =!= | gnutls: the hostname in the certificate does NOT match "irc.unix.chat"
│13:49:42 | unix.chat  -- | gnutls: peer's certificate is trusted
│13:49:42 | unix.chat =!= | irc: TLS handshake failed
│13:49:42 | unix.chat =!= | irc: error: Error in the certificate.

For anyone that runs into this, you can turn off verification with:

Code:
/set irc.server.<identifier>.ssl_verify off




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