GTFO – My personal terminal guide

GTFO – My personal terminal guide

Introduction

Hello there fellow survivor! Try to survive out there, eh? Surviving in the Complex with creatures Naruto running towards you isn’t always that easy. You probably want to learn how to work the terminal , to either do things yourself (yeah, you strong independent you!) or to help out your fellow teammates.

The terminal is a computer which can be found in various zones. They are usually spread around the map. From personal experience knowing how the terminal works and how to use it, will save you from a lot of trouble & wasting time. You’ll have a better time navigating yourself and be less confused about how the game works and as for what to do most of the time.

I’ll be going trough the basics, and the more complex things. Hope it will be helpful! 🙂

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GTFO - My personal terminal guide

Basic terminal commands

As a beginner it’s really nice to know these three basic terminal commands. They are the most used ones, I will be explaining them one by one.

The most used commands are the following :
  • LIST
  • QUERY
  • PING

So what do these commands do you say?

List
As it says, it lists things. It will list the things that are spawned in a room/zone.

Query
This command will give you more information on where certain things are.

Ping
Ping Ping Ping ! You will hear a sort of ping sound so that you can find and locate the item.

How do these commands look like ?

LIST ZONE_252

QUERY MEDIPACK_55

PING MEDIPACK_24

 

The LIST terminal commands

So as mentioned in last part, you will use this command when you want to find an item that you are looking for.

Commands

  • LIST ZONE_
  • LIST ITEM_TYPE
  • LIST ITEM_TYPE ZONE_

What do these commands mean? What is the difference ?

LIST ZONE_

This command will show all the items that are in the zone.

For example: LIST ZONE_252

LIST ITEM_TYPE

This will show you every single name of the type of item that you put in , that matches it.

For example: LIST CELL , LIST BATTERY , LIST KEY

LIST ITEM_TYPE ZONE_

This will show every matching item in that zone.

For example : LIST CELL ZONE_252

In need of recourses

You are looking for some? It can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be with these commands.

LIST RESOURCE ZONE_
It will show you ammo packs, medipacks, tool refills.

For example : LIST RECOURCE ZONE_252

The QUERY terminal commands

The QUERY command is for when you look for a certain item. These could be objective items, recources, storages, doors and things such as HSU, generators, ectr…

It will/might also tell you how many uses there are left of items such as medkits or ammo packs. This is usefull to know if it’s worthwhile to get the item or not.

Commands for OBJECTIVE ITEMS

  • KEY
  • CELL
  • FOG_TURBINE
  • NEONATE_HSU
  • ID
  • PDEC
  • BATTERYExamples : QUERY KEY_YELLOW_542, QUERY CELL_555, …

Commands for RECOURSES

  • MEDIPACK
  • AMMOPACK
  • TOOL_REFILL
  • DISINFECTION_PACK

Commands for STORAGE

  • LOCKER
  • BOX

Commands for DOORS

  • DOOR
  • SEC_DOOR

Commands for THE REST

  • HSU
  • nFRAME
  • DPR
  • NCR
  • DISINFECTION_STATION
  • GENERATOR

The PING terminal commands

What does it do?

The ping commands will let you hear a ping sound but also show the item it’s subzone location.

Example of a PING command:

PING MEDIPACK_253

PING SUCCESS. MEDIPACK_253 found in Zone_253 Area_B

The PING’s sound is directional and the closer you are to an item the louder the ping will be.

Reactor terminal commands

Commands
  • REACTOR_STARTUP
  • REACTOR_VERIFY
  • REACTOR_SHUTDOWN.

REACTOR_STARTUP will start the reactor and trigger an alarm which makes enemies spawn.
Within a REACTOR_STARTUP you will need to repeatedly input REACTOR_VERIFY followed by a 4 letter code.

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UPLINK terminal commands

Commands
  • UPLINK_CONNECT
  • UPLINK_VERIFY

To start an uplink you will need to input UPLINK_CONNECT followed by the code shown onscreen
in the format “__.__.__.__”.

After starting the uplink, you will need to do a UPLINK_VERIFY commands to finish it,
for an UPLINK_VERIFY there will be a code shown on the terminal, for example X04,
this will correspond to a 4-letter long password shown on screen.
After finding out which code Is correct you will have
to input UPLINK_VERIFY followed by the code.

LOGS commands

Commands

LOGS
Used to find logs within terminals
READ
Used to open and read logs within terminals.

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