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Setting up a Remote Server

To start a remote server, use the socketserver binary (included for Linux, SunOS and MacOS). To use a remote server, see the section on command line options for the GUI.

The socketserver can be executed from the command line using one of the following commands:

socketserver [-p<P1>] [-s<P2>]
socketserver -h

The available command line options are:

Prints a brief description of the command line options.
Set port in server mode (default is 2350).
Set filename of server binary to P2.

The socketserver will load the server from the directory where it was invoked, and act as a proxy.