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Remote connection and headless server


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I have a small server set up GUI-less, just launched with a batch file. I administer it via rcon.

 

Sometimes I make configuration changes that cause the server to wait for the FML confirm prompt (and it's not always obvious when those changes delete items), but at that stage, remote connection isn't available. Gotta force-close the server, restart with the GUI, then answer the prompt.

 

Can remote connection be made available earlier so it's possible to answer the prompt in there?

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Or, you can answer the prompt from the command line, even on a headless server. We have quite a few options including the command line command processor.

As well as the environment variables. And a launch argument IIRC. There are options you can use.

I do Forge for free, however the servers to run it arn't free, so anything is appreciated.
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