BZFS Command Line Options

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BZFS supports a number of command line options that let you set the various modes and parameters for the game.

Use

Any command line option can be passed to BZFS in the command line, or placed in a text file passed in with the -conf parameter.

Config files

A config file is simply a text file with a list of command line options, one per line. This file can be the parameter to the -conf command line option. BZFS will load all options in the config file as if they had been passed in as runtime options.

The Options

  • -a linear angular

Sets the maximum linear and angular accelerations. The units are somewhat arbitrary so you'll have to experiment to find suitable values. Positive values will set limits to the acceleration and lower they are, greater is the inertia. Zero or negative values disable acceleration limits.

  • -admsg

message Define a message which will be broadcast to all players every 15 minutes. This option can be used multiple times to define a multiline message.

  • -advertise groupname,groupname,...

Allows control of who can see this server on the server list. Use: -advertise NONE to make a private server (no one will see the server, but global logins can be used). The default, if -advertise is not specified, is to allow everyone to see the server. Otherwise, your server will only be listed to members of the groups which you specify when either -filterCallsigns or -filterChat is enabled.