wesnothd − Battle for Wesnoth multiplayer network daemon
wesnothd [−dvV] [−c path] [−p port] [−t number]
Manages Battle for Wesnoth multiplayer games. See http://www.wesnoth.org/wiki/ServerAdministration on what commands the server accepts via the wesnoth client or the socket.
−c, −−config path
tells wesnothd where to find the config file to use. See the section SERVER CONFIG below for the syntax.
runs wesnothd as a daemon.
tells you what the command line options do.
−p, −−port port
binds the server to the specified port. If no port is specified, port 15000 will be used.
−t, −−threads number
sets the number of worker threads for network I/O to n (default: 5, max: 30).
shows version number and exits.
turns on more verbose logging.
The number of allowed connections from the same IP.
Names/nicks that are not accepted by the server. ‘*’ and ‘?’ from wildcard patterns are supported. See glob(7) for more details. Default values (used if nothing is specified) are: ‘server,ai,player,network,human,admin,computer’.
The number of allowed messages in messages_time_period.
The time period (in seconds) message flooding is detected in.
The message of the day.
The password used to gain admin privileges. Usually it starts with "admin ".
A comma separated list of
version strings to be accepted by the server.
‘*’ and ‘?’ from wildcard patterns
Example: versions_accepted="*" accepts any version string.
[redirect] A tag to specify a server to redirect certain client versions to.
The address of the server to redirect to.
The port to connect to.
A comma separated list of versions to redirect. Behaves the same way as versions_accepted in regard to wildcard patterns.
[proxy] A tag to tell the server to act as a proxy and forward the connected client’s requests to the specified server. Accepts the same keys as [redirect].
David White <davidnwhite [AT] verizon.net>. Edited by Nils
Kneuper <crazy−ivanovic [AT] gmx.net>, ott
<ott [AT] gaon.net> and Soliton
<soliton [AT] sonnenkinder.org>. This manual page was
originally written by Cyril Bouthors
<cyril [AT] bouthors.org>.
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© 2003−2006 David White
<davidnwhite [AT] verizon.net>
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