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Re: [metamod] (somewhat OT) Server commands

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  • Matthew Tyler
    Server command, by client I mean people with rcon access (or even someone physically at the server). - Matt ... From: Florian Zschocke
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 30, 2003
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      Server command, by "client" I mean people with rcon access (or even someone
      physically at the server).

      - Matt
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      From: "Florian Zschocke" <zschocke@...>
      To: <metamod@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2003 7:47 AM
      Subject: Re: [metamod] (somewhat OT) Server commands


      > Matthew Tyler wrote:
      > > Is there any way to determine if a server command was executed by a
      client (e.g. manually typed into the console) or by the server process
      itself? Specifically I have a set of commands that are called by other MM
      plugins, but I don't want the users themselves to be playing around with.
      >
      > WHat kind of command are you talking about, a client command or a
      > server command? You said server command, but these won't get
      > executed if a client types it into his console, unless the client
      > uses rcon.
      >
      > Florian
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    • Florian Zschocke
      ... I see. Hmm, then I don t think I have an idea how to accomplish that. Sorry. Florian
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 30, 2003
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        Matthew Tyler wrote:
        > Server command, by "client" I mean people with rcon access (or even someone
        > physically at the server).

        I see. Hmm, then I don't think I have an idea how to accomplish
        that. Sorry.

        Florian
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