In addition, there is an index, an appendix about The Palace Client Plugin API, and an
appendix summarizing the Palace commands.
This manual has the following conventions:
Code samples and text you enter are set in
, whether standing alone or
embedded in the text.
Technical terms appear in boldface italic in the text in their first appearance,
usually accompanied by a definition.
Graphical User Interface (GUI) elements, such as menu items and buttons, appear
References to other books, chapters, or sections are in Italic.
Notes to the user look like this.
Other sources of information
Besides this UNIX Palace Server Guide, the Palace provides other online manuals; these
are all available from the Palace website. The following manuals are especially useful:
User s Guide. This manual describes how to use obtain, setup, and use the Palace
client software. You will need the Palace client to perform wizard and god actions
for your site. Both a Windows and Macintosh version are available.
Wizard s Guide. Describes the responsibilities of an operator (that is, designated
power user), and details the Palace client s operator interface, and operator/owner
(that is, Palace superusers) commands.
Iptscrae Language Guide. This manual is a programming and language reference
guide for the Palace Iptscrae language. Although most of the powers and options
available to you as a Palace Operator are easy to learn and use, an endless number
of advanced interactive tricks and shortcuts can best (or only) be achieved by
Moderator Guide. This manual describes the Palace moderator, which you can use to
run multi user auditorium like events on your server.
In addition to the Palace online manuals, check out www.thepalace.com, the Palace
website, for support, information, and online documentation.
UNIX Palace Server Guide