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	The driver understands several command line options and

	-f<string>: When the master object is loaded and fully
		    operational after startup, the function flag()
		    with argument string is applied to the master
		    object for each occurence of -f in the command line.

	-o	  : run in compat mode (thus sometimes also called
		    -o mode), instead of native mode. Note: the flag
		    is obsolete by now, the driver must be compiled
		    with the appropriate definitions in the config.h

	-c	  : trace compilations.

	-Dsymbol  : Globally pre-#define symbol for preprocessor.

	-D	  : without symbol, this logs specific trace messages
		    to /log/D_TRACE (if the driver was compiled for it)

	-e	  : The number of occurences of the -e flag is
		    passed as argument to the epilog() function
		    in the master at startup time.

	-N	  : Don't start the erq demon.

	-M<master>: provide a different name for the master object.

	-m<dir>	  : provide a different mudlib directory.

	-ru<size> : set the size of the reserved user memory.
	-rm<size> : set the size of the reserved master memory.
	-rs<size> : set the size of the reserved system memory.

	-E<cost>  : set the maximum allowed evaluation cost.

	--max_malloced : set maximum size of mallocable memory chunks.
	--max_small_malloced : set max. size of mallocable memory chunks.

	-u<port> : set the UDP port number for IMP communication.

	-t	 : disable heart_beat and reset.

	-d	 : run with debug.

	-s<time> : Set the time between swapout attempts. -1 means
		   don't swap.

	-y	 : If the driver has been compiled with YYDEBUG,
		   this will enable debug output for the LPC compiler.

	<number> : the TCP port number to use for user connections.

	flag(M), epilog(M), native(C), imp(C)