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       tinymux - The TinyMUX mush server


       This manual page documents briefly the tinymux mush server.  It was written for the Debian
       distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.

       This is the TinyMUX flavor of mud servers of the MUSH branch.  It  provides  a  number  of
       robust  features  to  enable players to extend the virtual world. This is done by building
       new rooms and objects, and utilizing its internal programming language, MUSHcode.

       TinyMUX doesn't provide the superset of features available  in  other  MUSH  flavors,  but
       those  it  does implement provide a stable and robust environment that performs as well as
       or better than that of its peers.


       TinyMUX  2.3  is  derived  from  TinyMUX  1.6.  It  is  maintained   by   Stephen   Dennis
       (Brazil@BrazilMUX)  and  would  not  exist  without  the  generous  contributions  of many
       individuals. Ideas for features, occasionally code, documentation,  project  support,  bug
       hunting, came from many places, including TinyMUSH, ChaoticMUX, RhostMUSH, and PennMUSH.

       We would like to thank the following people:

       -  Barbarella@Pacifica  for  making  it fun, for proving to me that MU'ing is a Good Thing
              (tm), for pulling me into hosting and server work. Without the  choices  she  made,
              MUX 2.0 would never have happened.

       - David Passmore for his long time care and maintenance of TinyMUX.

       - Andrew Molitor, for the radix compression library, and some wonderful utilities.

       -  Soruk from AuroraMUSH for his long time contributions toward making and keeping TinyMUX
              Linux compatible, as well as the sample config file found in CONFIGURATION.

       - T. Alexander Popiel for help with conceptual issues in general and specifically with the

       - Steven Legowik ( for Makefile, cross-platform work, and modifications to

       - Virginia Legowik (Audumla) and Lilith@Sandbox for committed readme  and  helpfile  work.
              For infrastructure support with web sites and mailing lists.  For making a team.

       - Ashen-Shugar and RhostMUSH for their bug reports and support.

       - Robby Griffyn and ChaoticMUX for bug reports.

       - Lew Newby (Dragon) for his stress-testing, cross-platform builds, and bug reports.

       - MacGuvyer @ Pacifica for a Unix patch for WoD-realms which led to porting all of MUX 2.0
              back to Unix.

       - Nick Gammon for the initial prototype of NT IO Completion ports.

       - Judge Dredd@Pacifica for specification of WOD_REALMS.

       - The large body of people who reported bugs or made useful suggestions along the way:
              Aranor, Asia, Audumla, Barbarella@Pacifica, BEM, Carmilla@Pacifica,  Chimera@Umbral
              Shards,   Corum,  Dark  City@Pacifica,  D'ceit@Santo  Domini,  Dreamscape@Pacifica,
              Dune@Pacifica,    Emma@Pacifica,    Evan@Pacifica,    Farscape@Pacifica,     Father
              Jethis@Pacifica,    Geoffrey    Gerrietts,   Godzilla@Pacifica,   Hackers@Pacifica,
              Highlander@Pacifica, Hitchhiker's Guide@Pacifica,  Ian@everywhere,  Idoru@Pacifica,
              Incubus@Santo   Domini,   Jake,   Jarod@Pacifica,  Johnny  Mnemonic@Pacfica,  Judge
              Dredd@Pacifica,  Lucifer,   Lydia   Leong,   Macross@Pacifica,   McGuyver@Pacifica,
              Meglos@Myrka,   Mephistopheles@Santo  Domini,  Michael@Pacifica,  Morgan,  Myrddin,
              Neuromancer@Pacifica,   Orpheus@Pacifica,   Rimnal@Myrka,   Robert    G.    Fisher,
              Robin@Pacifica,  Sailor  Moon@Pacifica,  Seraphim@Tokyo  By  Night,  Sesha@Granite,
              Six@Pacifica, Sixth Sense@Pacifica, Snow  Crash@Pacifica,  Soylent  Green@Pacifica,
              Squeeky-Bobo,    Trek@Pacifica,    Twelve    Monkeys@Pacifica,    Valkryn@Pacifica,
              Vass@Pacifica, Vurt@Pacifica, Xandar.

       - Many other people who may go unnamed. Dozens of people have contributed  to  development
              of  the  TinyMUX  family of servers, and we would like to thank them for their hard


       tinymux was written by Stephen Dennis (Brazil)

       This manual page was written by Ervin Hearn  III  <>,  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).


       tinymux-install(1) The primary TinyMUX server webpage. Amberyl's MUSH Manual, outdated but still useful.

                                         October 25, 2004                              TINYMUX(6)