Synchronet v3.19b-Win32 (install) has been released (Jan-2022).

You can donate to the Synchronet project using PayPal.

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
custom:text.dat [2021/05/15 17:48]
digital man [Using Defaults] Add example *nix command-line to create an empty text.dat
custom:text.dat [2021/05/15 17:55] (current)
digital man [Using Defaults]
Line 111: Line 111:
 In many cases, ''​Q''​ or Ctrl-C (abort) may also be an acceptable answer to the question, but this will never be the default answer. In many cases, ''​Q''​ or Ctrl-C (abort) may also be an acceptable answer to the question, but this will never be the default answer.
  
-===== Using Defaults =====+===== Use Defaults =====
  
 The default values of all the ''​text.dat''​ strings are stored in the Synchronet Terminal Server library (''​sbbs.dll'',​ ''​libsbbs.so''​). The default values of all the ''​text.dat''​ strings are stored in the Synchronet Terminal Server library (''​sbbs.dll'',​ ''​libsbbs.so''​).
Line 117: Line 117:
 To use all default text strings you can either: To use all default text strings you can either:
  
-  * Download the ''​[[https://​gitlab.synchro.net/​sbbs/​sbbs/​-/​commits/​master/​ctrl/​text.dat|text.dat]]''​ revision from the Source Repository which correlates with the executables you're using and overwrite your local file, or +1. Download the ''​[[https://​gitlab.synchro.net/​sbbs/​sbbs/​-/​commits/​master/​ctrl/​text.dat|text.dat]]''​ revision from the Source Repository which correlates with the executables you're using and overwrite your local file, or
-  * Replace (overwrite) your ''​text.dat''​ file with a 0-length file (each '​missing'​ string is replaced with the default string):+
  
-  cp /dev/null /sbbs/ctrl/text.dat+2. Replace (overwrite) your ''​text.dat''​ file with a 0-length file (each '​missing'​ string is replaced with the default string), e.g. (on *nix):
  
 +  cp /dev/null /​sbbs/​ctrl/​text.dat
 ===== See Also ===== ===== See Also =====
   * [[:​dir:​CTRL]] Directory   * [[:​dir:​CTRL]] Directory

In Other Languages