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hlmaster.gameserver(1)		  User Manual		hlmaster.gameserver(1)

NAME
       hlmaster.gameserver  -  How to configure	your gameserver	to send	heart-
       beats to	hlmaster.

DESCRIPTION
       If you want to get your gameserver dynamically added/removed from  your
       master-server,  you'll  have to add an entry into the file woncomm.lst.
       This file is located within the gameservers mod directory  (eg.	valve,
       cstrike,	tfc...).
       There  might be no woncomm.lst in a mods	directory, but that doesnt re-
       ally matter. You	can either copy	the one	found in the valve  directory,
       or  just	 leave it there	and edit it. If	Half-Life does not find	a won-
       comm.lst	in the mod's directory,	it defaults to using the one found  in
       the valve directory.

       After  editing  your  woncomm.lst,  it's	required to restart your game-
       server for the changes to take effect. To verify,  your	gameserver  is
       really  sending	heartbeats to your master, you can go to the Half-Life
       console and enter 'setmaster' - respectivly 'rcon setmaster'.
       You should now get a lists of the currently configured  master-servers.
       You  can	 also add a master-server, while half-life is running. This is
       performed with 'setmaster add ip	 port'	-  where  ip  is  your	master
       server's	 ip-address  (eg. 194.209.69.205) and port is it's port-number
       (normally 27010).

       NOTE: Configuration changes made	with the setmaster command only	remain
       active  till  next  gameserver shutdown.	Therefore, you'll have to edit
       your woncomm.lst	anyway.

EXAMPLES
       An example woncomm.lst is provided within the examples directory	of the
       source distribution. However, here's a short example of the master sec-
       tion:

	    Master
	    {
		 your.server.com:27010
		 half-life.east.won.net:27010
		 half-life.west.won.net:27010
		 half-life.central.won.net:27010
	    }

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <bullet@users.sourceforge.net>.

AUTHOR
       Silvan Minghetti	<bullet@users.sourceforge.net>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2001 Silvan Minghetti
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

LEGAL NOTES
       Half-Life is a trademark	of valve software.

SEE ALSO
       hlmaster(1), hlmaster.list(1), hlmaster.filter(1)

       Check http://hlmaster.sourceforge.net for newest	version.

HLMaster			 22 June 2001		hlmaster.gameserver(1)

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