On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 05:23:19PM +0000, David Watson wrote:
> My solution was to add the name that I am using in the metaservers file 
> (eurotwinks.team17.com) into the /etc/hosts so that locally the address 
> points to the private IP but everyone else resolves it to the public IP. 
> This seems to work.

Yes, that would do it.

> I've now run into a problem with PreT itself though, the bots start up as 
> player 1 begins to join, but when the game is (4 bots) v (3 bots and 
> player) no-one new can join (all teams greyed out)
> Anyone run into this before?

Yes, I got this the first time I tried PreT on continuum.  I've not yet
figured out what causes it, and it is preventing deployment on continuum.

> By the way is there an ongoing problem with continuum?

Nobody has told me there is one.  Oh, apart from social problems.

> I'd like to get a new netrek.org name for this server, something like 
> practice.eu.netrek.org or training or something, does that sound sensible?


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