tetrinet-server - server program for tetrinet
is a server program for tetrinet-client
networked version of tetris. You can use it to server both a TetriFast and an
original server for up to 6 people to connect and play. It doesn't support any
fancy features like different channels, but still includes support for
configureable cookie mode and a small winlist.
doesn't take any options at all. It reads all its
settings from ~/.tetrinet
on startup and creates a default file if
there isn't one already there.
This is a short explenation of the configurationfile ~/.tetrinet
with its default entries. It is written after every game or when the server
quits. If it is not there it will be created automatically.
- winlist Alcan;0;3;1 AndrewK;0;2;1
- This is the winlist the server keeps. Each parameter
consists of four semicolon-seperated fields:
Name;Team;Points;Games. Team is
a flag which is either 1 if the entry is for a team or 0 if
the entry is for a player. Points is just the number of points for
the entry, and Games is the number of games the entry has
- classic 1
- Sets classic mode for the game - that means, no cookies.
- initiallevel 1
- Sets the level in which the game will start.
- linesperlevel 2
- Defines how many lines will issue a level increase.
- levelinc 1
- How many levels are increased per linesperlevel
- averagelevels 1
- The levels of all player get averaged if this is set to
- speciallines 1
- How many lines must be removed to get specials.
- specialcount 1
- The number of specials that are added each time
speciallines' lines are removed.
- specialcapacity 18
- This number tells you how many specials you can hold.
- pieces 14 14 15 14 14 14 15
- Sets the likeliness of the different pieces. Must sum up to
100. The order is: bar (dark blue), square (yellow), reverse-L (green), L
(purple), Z (red), S (light blue), and T (yellow).
- specials 18 18 3 12 0 16 3 12 18
- Sets the likeliness of the different specials. Must sum up
to 100. The order is: A, C, N, R, S, B, G, Q, O.
- linuxmode 0
- This setting selects whether the client should try to
remain compatible with Windows clients. This only affects the winlist
display; if linuxmode is set to 1, the server will send the
number of games played by each player as well as points won. This is set
to zero by default.
- ipv6_only 0
- Listen on ipv6 only.
- The configuration file for tetrinet-server.
This manual page was written by Rhonda D'Vine <firstname.lastname@example.org>.