|I decided to make this because there isn't much info about it in the original thread.|
The details if you are all ready to go but don't know the address and port.
First off you need a MUSH client.
Here are a few.
Alternative you could use your command/shell to access it.
To do so follow these steps.
1. Open your shell\command prompt.
2. Type "N/A" and press enter.
3. No step three your connected already.
I won't give steps for connecting with other clients because they most likely have different interfaces and different steps to connect.
Once connected you will face a screen like this.
Things should be pretty straight forward from here.
Here are some MUSH guides that I use.
Gammon MUSH guide
I recently discovered a nice MUSH tool that can make it a little easier for room building and such.
Here are a few MUSH tools:
That is all and Happy MUSHing
P.S. If you have anything that I can add to these lists reply with them or PM them to me.
SC EDIT: MUSH is gone. Guide not needed.
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|written by Neuzd on Jan 22, 2009 10:23|
This is a rapid list of links taken from my delicious account.
I don't know of any. Tell me and ill link them here.
MUX 2 [EDIT] this is probably just a server...I'm leaving the link here as I can't really check now.
I don't know/remember how they are, I connected to 0x44 MUSH only a couple of times, but If I saved these bookmarks it means they're all good options.
Among those, MUX2 is also cross platform, probably that was what I used, though I could also have connected via telnet from the unix shell...I love old school.
|└> last changed by Neuzd on January 22, 2009 at 12:25|
|Updated main post|
I know people could just scroll down but I am making it so everything is in the first post. All in one spot.
I took a look at MUX 2 and yes it is just a server.
|written by Neuzd on Jan 22, 2009 13:04|
|So I guess you're online "often" in this period?|
I may give it a try again if I can hope in active support and help, though I'm not that social person and I generally stay away even from simple forum based games because of my "I have nothing to say" attitude.
Language is another problem, I would like to be more fluent in English and let people enjoy a good reading instead of my clumsy mistakes....
If that doesn't steal too much time from The Department* activities, I may end up there with random regularity, but I already have so many projects in the fridge.
* The Department of Astrocartography, which means my "scientific" projects revolving around Noctis and all related work.
|Well there are several members that use the MUSH.|
Xenomorph, Bensel, Lightning4 and myself. I don't login all the time.
But The MUSH seemed a bit empty is all.
I also wasn't sure how many people knew how to connect to it.
|written by Bensel on Jan 22, 2009 22:53|
|KildClient also runs on Linux, and is what I use.|
|written by Onforty on Feb 02, 2009 13:54|
|Is PutTTY lawfull in Denmark?|
|Since you're likely referring to the notice about encryption laws on the download page, the site they link to has a map depicting which laws apply in various countries. It appears Denmark has no restrictions on importing or using cryptographic software, and only some restrictions on exporting it to other countries.|
|I was wondering if a mod wants to sticky this thread. Make it easier to find.|
|But in which section? : )|
I'm thinking it would fit better in The Arcade than in Whatever.
|I placed this thread in Whatever simply because "How to connect to IRC" was there.|
But I guess it does fit better in The Arcade.