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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:

-h
Prints a brief description of the command line options.
-p
Set port in server mode (default is 2350).
-s
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.