Monopoly game network server
monopd is a dedicated game server daemon for playing Monopoly-like
board games. Clients such as gtkAtlantic connect to the server,
which manages the game. Note that you do not need to install
this server unless you want to use one of the clients offline, or
play custom game types.
Currently supported board games are Monopoly(R) and Atlantic, a
variation on Monopoly(R).
5. Release notes
monopd is a dedicated game server daemon for playing Monopoly-like board
games. Clients connect to the server and communicate using short commands
and XML messages.
The monopd design was largely based upon the capability of suppor
2. Requesting the server list
3. Registering a server
In order to make it easier to find people to play against, monopd can be run
as dedicated game server and clients can request a list of available servers
on-line. This document describes the implementation of this technique and
how to enable it in monopd.
2. Requesting the
monopd (0.9.3-6) unstable; urgency=low
* QA upload.
[ James Westby ]
* Use --chuid instead of /bin/su to run the daemon as 'nobody'. Using
su mean that a pam session was opened, hence a consolekit session,
hence trying to shut down via consolekit would require the root password
as it thought there were multiple users logged in. (LP: #443441)
[ Bilal Akhtar & Ryan Kavanagh ]
- bugfix: try and resolve all debts for a player on income (#83274)
- require libCapsiN
- not implemented
^ partially implemented
For 0.10.0 and onwards
- new co
Rob Kaper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Erik Bourget <email@example.com>
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