GUIDE: Wrap line, add section on running Subtext at startup
jcs made amendment 295 2 months ago
--- GUIDE Fri Nov 18 09:17:30 2022 +++ GUIDE Wed Nov 30 14:06:26 2022 @@ -165,7 +165,8 @@ While Subtext can handle direct TCP connections for Te be behind a firewall/trusted host. To limit brute-force login attempts, Subtext has a hard-coded list of banned account names that most bots will try in rapid succession, such as "root", "admin", etc. When a Telnet client -tries one of these usernames, Subtext can send a UDP packet to the trusted host containing the IP to be banned (in dotted-quad plaintext format, such +tries one of these usernames, Subtext can send a UDP packet to the trusted +host containing the IP to be banned (in dotted-quad plaintext format, such as "192.168.1.1"). The trusted host IP and port can be configured in the Sysop menu. If either value is empty/zero, this functionality is disabled. Since there is no authentication with this mechanism, ensure the trusted @@ -187,4 +188,10 @@ the entire screen for a configured amount of time, imm as soon as a new connection comes in, or when a key is pressed or a mouse button is clicked. This is better than using a dedicated screen saver which will not unblank after a period of time, and may be wasting CPU time -drawing flying toasters while Subtext needs to process user activity. +drawing flying toasters while Subtext needs to process user activity. + +Run on Startup (System 6) +================================================================== +To run Subtext when your Mac starts up, select the Subtext application in +Finder, then open the Special -> Set Startup... menu. Under "Upon startup, +automatically open:" select Subtext.