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       openarena-server - OpenArena dedicated server


       openarena-server [-h|--help] [-q|--quiet] [+set option value]...


       openarena-server  is  the dedicated server for the first-person shooter


       The wrapper script used for OpenArena in Debian accepts these options:

       -h, --help
              Display a short help summary

       -q, --quiet
              Disable all output

       Any console command can also be prefixed with + and used as a  command-
       line  option  (run  the  server in a terminal to use the console).  The
       +set command is generally the most useful to use on the command line.

       Options that can be set with +set (note that this is not a full  list!)

       capturelimit <value>

       dedicated <bool>

       fraglimit <value>

       fs_basepath <string>

       fs_game <value>

       g_allowVote <bool>

       g_banIPs <IP address>

       g_doWarmup <bool>

       g_friendlyFire <bool>

       g_gametype <bool>

       g_gravity <value>

       g_inactivity <value>

       g_maxGameClients <value>

       g_motd <string>

       g_needpass <bool>

       g_password <string>

       g_quadfactor <value>

       g_weaponrespawn <value>

       net_ip <IP adress>

       net_port <value>

       net_qport <value>

       nextmap <string>

       sv_allowDownload <bool>

       sv_floodProtect <bool>

       sv_fps <value>

       sv_hostname <string>

       sv_maxclients <value>

       sv_maxPing <value> (Measurd in milliseconds)

       sv_minPing <value> (Measurd in milliseconds)

       sv_pure <bool>

       timelimit <value> (Measured in minutes)


       The wrapper script used to launch OpenArena allows it to be debugged by
       setting environment variables.

              A debugger or other prefix to prepend to the  OpenArena  command
              line, such as strace; overridden by OPENARENA_BACKTRACE

              Use  gdb(1)  to  get  a  backtrace if OpenArena crashes (the gdb
              package must be installed for this to work)


       openarena(6), ioquake3-server(6), /usr/share/doc/openarena


       OpenArena was written by the OpenArena  Team.  The  engine  used  is  a
       modified ioQuake3, originally created by id Software and now maintained
       by the ioQuake3 community.

       This   manual   page   was   written   by   Bruno   "Fuddl"    Kleinert
       <> and Simon McVittie <>, for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).

                                  2010-10-15               OPENARENA-SERVER(6)