conqoper is a program used to monitor and configure a conquest game. It is a curses based application that must be run on the same host your server is running on. It allows suitably privileged individuals to view and modify various characteristics of the game, as well as perform common administrative tasks.
In order to run conqoper, you must be a member of the conquest group (in /etc/groups), or you must be the root user.
conqoper supports a few non-interactive options listed below. When any of these options are specified, conqoper will perform the requested action and exit. When no options are specified, conqoper will run in an interactive mode.
When either the universe or everything is initialized, the game will be set to disabled by default. You must manually enable the game from the conqoper main menu, or by using the -E option.
conquest(6), conquestd(6), conqoper(6), conqdriv(6), conqmetad(6)
See README in the conquest distribution (usually installed in <conquest install prefix>/etc/) for information and tips on how to play.
See INSTALL for instructions on unpacking, compiling, and installing conquest, as well as information on terminfo requirements (for the curses client) and other system specific issues.
See README.cygwin for information on building/using conquest on MS Windows systems.
See HISTORY for the latest news and modification history.
See CONQINIT.TXT for information on CQI, and the format of the conqinitrc and texturesrc files.
Copyright (C)1994-2006 by Jon Trulson <email@example.com> under the Artistic Version 2 License.
Original VAX/VMS Ratfor Conquest:
Copyright (C)1983-1986 by Jef Poskanzer and Craig Leres. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that this copyright notice appear in all copies and in all supporting documentation. Jef Poskanzer and Craig Leres make no representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.