Checking the status of your server 
M
To start the Palace server by itself
Use the 
start palace
 script. For example:
./bin/start palace 
M
To start the Palace server and the installed web server
Use the 
start
 script. For example:
./bin/start
M
To start the installed web server by itself
Use the 
start httpd
 script. For example:
./bin/start httpd
Checking the status of your server
There are several ways to check the status of your server, depending on your operating 
system and available software:
You can use the
 ps auxww 
or
 ps  ef 
command (if available on your system) to 
display information on all currently running processes. 
You can use the
 jobs 
command (if available on your system) to display 
information on all jobs which are executing or which have been stopped.
You can access your site by using The Palace User software, which is available for 
both Windows and Macintosh platforms, or the web based Palace Viewer.
Connecting to and visiting your Palace 
Once your Palace is up and running, you can explore it, socialize with other people, 
and do various maintenance tasks such as adding scripts, rooms, and artwork. You do 
this by connecting to your site from a Palace client. A Palace client is similar to a Web 
browser; it is a graphical interface that lets you visit Palaces (including your own). 
There are two types of Palace clients you can use:
The standalone Palace User Software. This is an application that you download 
from the 
Downloads
 page of The Palace web site, and install on your machine. You 
must use this client to add and edit rooms. 
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