> So I am running FreeBSD as our master server for the network. It is working
> extremely well. Here is where the problem comes into play; I want to run zDS
> for FreeBSD. This probably makes me sound new, but when I run the program, I
> do not know how to get back into the shell without exiting the program
> (making it non-multi-tasking for me). Is their a single to do so? If not
> could you make one?
How about running it in the background. Just put an ampersand behind the
# progname &
will run the program progname in the background and kick you back to
> ALSO: I am not sure how to run the program at boot.
Write a script that contains the startup command for the program, end
the script with a .sh extension and make it executable. This script
should live in /usr/local/etc/rc.d
Hope this helps :o)
> Another Worry: If I can not get zDSBot to switch onto the shell, then I
> probably can not run Half-Life Dedicated Server for Linux (under binaries)
> Can you please help me! Thank you.
> - A guy
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