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Re: MOO for PCs? -Reply
Greetings and salutations. I would like to experiment with the
DOSMOO stuff as well. I d/l-ed the zip file and tried to kick it
into gear and things got weird. I don't have linux as of yet (try
not to kick sand at the newbie scum) and would like to try my hand at
starting up a MOO. I am limited to using DOS/Windows stuff at work
and home until I can get a bigger HD to put linux on (and that is a
year or so in the offing). Any suggestions to get this up and
running would be highly appreciated.
0bsidian@BayMOO, EdenMOO, LambdaMOO
^that's a zero :-)
Entry at prompt...
C:\MOO>msdosmoo.exe input-db dump-db
the response was this...
STARTING: Version 1.7.8p4 of LambdaMOO server
(Using single-user protocol)
(Task timeouts measured in wall-clock seconds.)
*** Cannot open database file: input-db
here are the entire contents of the directory where I unzipped it
(including the zipped file):
Directory of C:\MOO
MSDOSMOO ZIP 150296
README 1ST 769
MSDOSMOO EXE 213817
MSDOSMOO DOC 438
MINIMAL DB 334
README MIN 2892
CHANGELO TXT 44556
9 file(s) 413102 bytes
210944 bytes free
>>> stacy.l.goodman <firstname.lastname@example.org> 12/15/95, 04:34am >>>
On 12/14/95 Brian Robke wrote:
>since I don't have Unix or Linux on my computer, I can't. So I'm
just wondering if there
>is a MOO that can run on a PC, and if so, where can I find it?
Yes, there is a DOS MOO available at:
I haven't tested it, so I can't vouch for if it works or not, so if
you try it out let me know!
Chimera (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)
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