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Testing Your Installation

Once you’ve completed your chosen installation method, it’s time to test!

Note that if you’ve used the Docker installation method, you’ve already done this.

./main.js

If everything went OK:

ENiGMA½ Copyright (c) 2014-2021, Bryan Ashby
_____________________   _____  ____________________    __________\_   /
\__   ____/\_ ____   \ /____/ /   _____ __         \  /   ______/ // /___jp!
//   __|___//   |    \//   |//   |    \//  |  |    \//        \ /___   /_____
/____       _____|      __________       ___|__|      ____|     \   /  _____  \
---- \______\ -- |______\ ------ /______/ ---- |______\ - |______\ /__/ // ___/
                                                                     /__   _\
 <*>   ENiGMA½  // HTTPS://GITHUB.COM/NUSKOOLER/ENIGMA-BBS   <*>       /__/

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System started!

Grab your favourite telnet client, connect to localhost:8888 and test out your installation.

To shut down the server, press Ctrl-C.

Points of Interest

  • The default port for Telnet is 8888 and 8889 for SSH.
    • Note that on *nix systems port such as telnet/23 are privileged (e.g. require root). See this SO article for some tips on using these ports on your system if desired.
  • The first user you create when logging in will be automatically be added to the sysops group.

Telnet Software

If you don’t have any telnet software, these are compatible with ENiGMA½: