Configuration files for CTVO
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README

These are the dgamelaunch configs backed up from https://crawl.tildeverse.org

Excerpt from the dgamelaunch-config git repo README:

Currently available commands:

1. Update your dgamelaunch config from the repository:
$ sudo dgl publish --confirm

2. Change a dgl user's password:
$ sudo dgl passwd johndoe

3. Update Crawl alpha build from git master:
$ dgl update-trunk

4. Remove stale Crawl alpha versions:
$ dgl remove-trunks

5. Run dgl-whereis inotify daemon:
$ sudo dgl crawl-inotify-dglwhere

This inotify daemon monitors the dgamelaunch in-progress dirs to keep
track of active players, and monitors their morgue directories for
changes to their .where files. When a .where changes, the daemon reads
it and writes a human-readable .dglwhere file in the same directory.

You may configure dgamelaunch to show this .dglwhere information
using the dgamelaunch extra_info_file option.

You may also run the crawl-inotify-dglwhere script standalone (without
the rest of the dgamelaunch-config setup) by starting it as:

sudo -u dgl perl crawl-inotify-dglwhere.pl <dgldir> <morguedir>