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FCEUX-NET-SERVER(6)	     FreeBSD Games Manual	   FCEUX-NET-SERVER(6)

NAME
     fceux-net-server -- FCEUX game server

SYNOPSIS
     fceux-net-server [options]

DESCRIPTION
     This manual page documents	briefly	the fceux-net-server command.

     fceux-net-server is the game server for multiplayer use of	the fceux(6)
     family of NES emulators.  This server will	first look in
     /etc/fceux-server.conf for	options.  If that file does not	exist, it will
     use the defaults given here.  Any argument	given directly will override
     any default values.

OPTIONS
     The options are as	follows:

     -h, --help
	     Displays a	help message.

     -v, --version
	     Displays the version number and quits.

     -p	port, --port port
	     Starts server on given port; the default is 4046.

     -w	password, --password password
	     Specifies a password for entry.

     -m	num, --maxclients num
	     Specifies the maximum number of clients allowed to	access the
	     server; the default is 100.

     -t	timeout, --timeout timeout
	     Specifies the number of seconds before the	server times out; the
	     default is	5.

     -f	divisor, --framedivisor	divisor
	     Specifies frame divisor, which controls the number	of updates
	     sent to client; calculated	as: 60 / framedivisor =	updates	per
	     second.  The default is 1.

     -c	file, --configfile file
	     Loads the given configuration file.  The default is
	     /etc/fceux-server.conf.

SEE ALSO
     fceux(6)

     The FCEUX homepage: http://fceux.com/

AUTHORS
     This manual page was written by Joe Nahmias <jello@debian.org> for	the
     Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

FreeBSD	13.0		       November	19, 2014		  FreeBSD 13.0

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