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== --config=filename ==
 
== --config=filename ==

Latest revision as of 15:50, 13 September 2008


Botnix may be started with any of the following command line parameters.

--debug

Dont daemonize, display all raw I/O on console. If you have loaded a logging module, the logging module will still operate, and will log all the raw I/O which appears. You can use ctrl+c to end the bot if started this way.

--nofork

Dont daemonize. You can use ctrl+c to end the bot if started this way.

--config=filename

Specify config file instead of botnix.conf.

--help

Display the help text:

BotNix (C) 2005 Craig Edwards (Brain)

  --debug              Dont daemonize, display all raw I/O on console
  --config=filename    Specify config file instead of botnix.conf
  --help               Display this help text

BotNix comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details
read the file docs/COPYING. This is free software, and you
are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
Again, see the license (GPL) for details.