Just a message from someone and my simple reply. This should help people
playing using the Linux version to get started at playing offline.
Note: You can also create your player from the offline tools page.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Apr 7 09:53:45 1999
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 1999 09:53:33 +0800 (WST)
From: "Wil (Paul Williams)"
To: Sergey Zhumatiy
Subject: Re: Ticket?
Sorry about the delay.. too many email and too many things to do.
If you connect to the net and then type something like this:
> bd4 NAME PASSWORD
... then enter some basic details you'll create a new player. Then 'q' to
quit the game (or just play online)....
Then to get a ticket either use the web pages of perhaps easier type
> bd4 -g NAME PASSWORD
This will get a ticket. Again you can press 'q' to quit or continue
playing 'offline' ... ie you can disconnect.
To play again (offline) type:
> bd4 -o NAME PASSWORD
and to check the ticket in type
> bd4 -u
to upload the ticket!
This is pretty primitive I know! The "bd4 -h" for brief help usage.
On Thu, 1 Apr 1999, Sergey Zhumatiy wrote:
> I've just download the bd4 for Linux. But I can't start play, cause
> I don't have default Ticket, and the game don't create it. Ever I try
> to play offline. What should I do?