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Manual Reference Pages  -  FREECIV-MP-GTK2 (6)

NAME

freeciv-mp-gtk2, freeciv-mp-gtk3, freeciv-mp-qt, freeciv-mp-cli - Custom content installers for the Freeciv game

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Files
Environment
Bugs
Authors

SYNOPSIS

freeciv-modpack [ -h|--help ] [ -i|--install URL ] [ -L|--List URL ] [ -p|--prefix directory ] [ -v|--version ]

DESCRIPTION

Freeciv is a free turn-based multiplayer strategy game, in which each player becomes the leader of a civilization, fighting to obtain the ultimate goal: To become the greatest civilization.

Players of Civilization II® by Microprose® should feel at home, since one aim of Freeciv is to have compatible rules.

Freeciv is maintained by an international team of coders and enthusiasts, and is easily one of the most fun and addictive network games out there!

This is the custom content installer program - see also freeciv-server(6) freeciv-client(6) .

This program allows users to select and download add-on content ("modpacks") for Freeciv from the Internet, either from a list maintained by the Freeciv team, or by using a URL obtained by other means. It takes care of installing the files in the correct place under the user’s home directory for this version of Freeciv; it does not install anything for system-wide use.

This manual page only lists the command line arguments. For details regarding the options when using freeciv-modpack see the documentation at the Freeciv website as well as the documentation which is part of the Freeciv distribution.

OPTIONS

All options have a short form (single hyphen and single letter) and a long form (double hyphen and a complete word); their effects are identical.

-h, --help Prints a short summary of the command line options.
-i, URL --install URL
  Automatically install modpack from a given URL.
-L URL, --List URL
  Gets modpack list from given URL, rather than the standard location on the Freeciv team’s servers.
-p directory, --prefix directory
  Installs modpacks under given directory hierarchy.
-v, --version
  Prints the version number and exits.

FILES

freeciv modpack installer installs files to the following subdirectories of the user’s home directory (or another directory specified with --prefix), as appropriate:

o .freeciv/scenarios/

o .freeciv/2.5/

freeciv-mp-cli is version of the modpack installer usable from command line. By default it lists modpacks from the default list or from list specified with --List. One can then run it again by giving appropriate URL from the list for --install parameter.

ENVIRONMENT

freeciv modpack installer accepts these environment variables:
HOME Specifies the user’s home directory.
http_proxy
  Set this variable accordingly when using a proxy.
LANG or LANGUAGE
  Sets the language and locale on some platforms.
LC_ALL or LC_CTYPE
  Similar to LANG (see documentation for your system).
USER Specifies the username of the current user.

BUGS

Please report bugs to the Freeciv bug tracker .

MORE INFO

See the Freeciv homepage .

Updates and new info is first posted there.

AUTHORS

The Freeciv Team <freeciv-dev AT gna.org>.

SEE ALSO

freeciv-server(6) freeciv-client(6)
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