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multiplayer:running_a_server [2017-03-20 12:03]
skyjake [In a terminal / command line]
multiplayer:running_a_server [2018-12-16 14:12]
skyjake
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 ====== Running a multiplayer server ====== ====== Running a multiplayer server ======
  
 A //​multiplayer server// is an instance of [[guide:​doomsday-server]] running as a background process. A //​multiplayer server// is an instance of [[guide:​doomsday-server]] running as a background process.
  
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 +This page focuses on starting and running a server via the command line. For an GUI approach, see [[shell_help|Running a server using the Shell]].
  
 ===== How to set up a server ===== ===== How to set up a server =====
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-See also: [[shell_help|Running a server using the Shell]] ​ 
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 ==== Requirements ==== ==== Requirements ====
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-[[guide:​doomsday-server]] is intended to be run as a background process and has no UI of its own. While you can start it manually in a terminal, controlling the server is only possible using the [[shell]].+[[guide:​doomsday-server]] is intended to be run as a background process and has no UI of its own. While you can start it manually in a terminal, controlling the server is only possible using the [[Shell]].
  
 In Unix, please refer to the manual page //​doomsday-server(6)//​ for more information. In Unix, please refer to the manual page //​doomsday-server(6)//​ for more information.
multiplayer/running_a_server.txt · Last modified: 2018-12-16 14:13 by skyjake