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Post is unread #1 Apr 24, 2002, 6:06 am
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Hi All!

Well, i have some questions to ask.. I am using v1.2a

1. How do i assign imms commands effectively? i find it very
tedious to change the level on "commands.dat"

2. why does this msg appears when a new mortal tries to
logon the mud? how to remove that?
"This is a restricted access port. Only immortals and their test players are allowed. Enter access code: "

3. I did asked about.. how to autorun my mud when it crash. Something about cron... someone replied and ask me
who is my mud host. Well my mud host is "Arthmoor".


Thanks in advance!
       
Post is unread #2 Apr 24, 2002, 2:29 pm
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1. Use the cedit command to change levels. Help cedit should explain.

2. That message appears because you didn't change the port values. The readme file for the codebase explains this. Found in afk.h, since the readme incorrectly states alsherok.h

3. Tarl offered to explain if you logged into Alsherok. He's the guru for that sort of thing
       
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