doomsday-shell-text - Utility for controlling and monitoring Doomsday servers
This version of doomsday-shell-text does not support any command line options.
The Shell is a utility for controlling and monitoring Doomsday servers. It has a curses-based terminal-friendly UI that allows one to connect to local and remote Doomsday servers. One can also start new servers on the local machine.
Once connected to a server, a console command line is provided for controlling the server.
Press F9, ^C, or ^Z to open the menu.
- Connect to...
- Open a connection to a server at a given IP address.
- Disconnect the current connection. The server will not be stopped.
- Start local server
- Starts a new Doomsday server on the local machine. A dialog will open for configuring the game mode, server's TCP port, and other launch options. You must ensure that Doomsday will be able to locate the required IWAD files (https://manual.dengine.net/IWAD). After the server launches, a connection to it is opened automatically.
- Scroll to bottom
- Scrolls the log entry history down to the bottom of the buffer, to the latest received log entry.
- Information about the Shell utility.
- Exit the Shell. Any running servers will not be stopped.
A console command line is provided for interacting with a connected server. These commands will get you started:
- Show some general level help about using the console interface.
- Look up commands and variables containing a specific word.
The PageUp and PageDown keys scroll the log entry history.
This documentation has been written by Jaakko Keränen <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
|tammikuuta 28, 2020||Debian|