From T.J. Mcmillen@1:129/305 to All on Sat Dec 19 15:46:53 2020
Here are the command options to load RENEGADE. Found this already in this base, but was 10 years ago. ;)
Renegade accepts the following Commandline Parameters:
-5 This runs Renegade in Window Mode 160x50.
─Bnnnnn This command tells the BBS that a user is already
connected at nnnnn baud. When loading Renegade
with this parameter, the WFC screen will be skipped
and the user will be dropped directly into the logon
─EEnnn If a critical error occurs during the operation of the
BBS, it aborts to DOS with an ERRORLEVEL value of nnn.
─ENnnn Whenever a user logs off, and the -Q parameter is
specified on the commandline, Renegade returns an
errorlevel of 0 if no new echomail was entered, and
an errorlevel of 2 if new echomail was entered. This
commandline changes the errorlevel Renegade will
exit with to nnn.
NOTE: When pressing Q from the WFC screen, Renegade will
exit with an errorlevel of 255, regardless of whether
or not this parameter is used.
-D Load Renegade's OVR file to DISK, and DISABLE all
expanded memory options. Good for trouble shooting when
there are memory problems and or issues.
-F Start Renegade's Internal FILES.BBS importer.
─ID If you wish to pass Called ID information to Renegade,
use this parameter. This is most likely to be used in
conjunction with a Front-End Mailer that supports Caller
-IP If you are using a front end capable of doing so, the IP
address of the person logging into the BBS will be passed
─L This tells Renegade to load itself in local mode. While
in local mode, Renegade will ignore the modem entirely (it
won't send anything out to the modem, and won't respond to
─Mn Will create a QWK mail packet for user n then return
─Nn Specifies which node to load (ie, -N1 loads Node 1, -N2
loads Node2, etc.). *Make Certain* that you've turned
multinode support on in the Main System Configuration before
you implement this parameter on your commandline.
─P Pack the message bases and return to DOS.
-Q Tells Renegade to quit back to DOS after user loggs off.
─S Sort the File areas and return to DOS.
-T Will load Renegade in "Telnet Mode". This option is
used when using Net2BBS or similar Telnet Servers.
This also converts all callers baud rates into
"TELNET" on the last caller list.
-TC Will load Renegade in "Telnet Mode". This option is
used when using NetSerial, COM/IP, or SIO as your
virtual com port emulator. This also converts all
callers baud rates into "TELNET" on the last caller
─Q Quit to DOS instead of the WFC screen upon logoff.
─Un Will upload a REP mail packet for user n then return to
─Xnnnn External event start time in nnnn minutes. Renegade will
treat this as a built in hard event and log the user off
in nnnn minutes.