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SCFG may be invoked from the Synchronet Control Panel with the BBS→Configure menu option:
Or by running
scfg from a command prompt.
Note: If the Synchronet
exec directory is not in your search path, you may need to change the current working directory (e.g. using
cd) or specify the full path to
SCFG is a native executable program.
On Windows, the executable file is:
On Unix, the executable file is:
Help on the command-line usage can be displayed by executing the command:
scfg -? or
usage: scfg [ctrl_dir] [options] options: -s = don't check directories -f = force save of config files -a = update all message base status headers -h = don't update message base status headers -u# = set file creation permissions mask (in octal) -c = force color mode -m = force monochrome mode -e# = set escape delay to #msec -iX = set interface mode to X (default=auto) where X is one of: X = X11 mode C = Curses mode F = Curses mode with forced IBM charset W = Win32 native mode A = ANSI mode D = standard input/output/door mode -v# = set video mode to # (default=auto) -l# = set screen lines to # (default=auto-detect) -b# = set automatic back-up level (default=5) -y = automatically save changes (don't ask)
Note: some of the interface mode values are only available on particular platforms/operating systems.
Standard I/O Mode