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MiKeLT

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Jun 7, 2018
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Hello,

I am running ZonamaDev and I was wondering if there are any instructions on how to install the files correctly to my server. I am new at this and any help would greatly be appreciated. Thank you so much!!
 
Jan 16, 2015
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For the server you need to copy the files into the swgemu directory on the desktop of the vm. To do this it is easier to setup a shared folder on the vm.
This is done through the settings of the VM on virtualbox. Once done start up the VM and type the following.
Code:
sudo adduser vagrant vboxsf
restart the vm and you should now have access. You will find it in the fild manager listed as sf_[folder name].

You then need to edit the config.lua file found in MMOCoreORB/bin/conf/ remove the default swgemu .tre files and add the MTG .tre file names in. Don't forget the , after each line.

For the client copy them into the root of your client folder and then edit swgemu_live.cfg remove the names of the swgemu .tre's and add the mtg .tre's
so it should look something like this

Code:
    searchTree_00_21=mtg_patch_022.tre
    searchTree_00_20=mtg_planets.tre
    searchTree_00_19=mtg_patch_021.tre
    searchTree_00_18=mtg_patch_019.tre
    searchTree_00_17=mtg_patch_018.tre
    searchTree_00_16=mtg_patch_017.tre
    searchTree_00_15=mtg_patch_016.tre
    searchTree_00_14=mtg_patch_015.tre
    searchTree_00_13=mtg_patch_014.tre
    searchTree_00_12=mtg_patch_013_configurable_02.tre
    searchTree_00_11=mtg_patch_012_configurable_01.tre
    searchTree_00_10=mtg_patch_011_files_01.tre
    searchTree_00_9=mtg_patch_010_object_01.tre
    searchTree_00_8=mtg_patch_009_Shader_01.tre
    searchTree_00_7=mtg_patch_008_texture_04.tre
    searchTree_00_6=mtg_patch_007_texture_03.tre
    searchTree_00_5=mtg_patch_006_texture_02.tre
    searchTree_00_4=mtg_patch_005_texture_01.tre
    searchTree_00_3=mtg_patch_004_appearance_04.tre
    searchTree_00_2=mtg_patch_003_appearance_03.tre
    searchTree_00_1=mtg_patch_002_appearance_02.tre
    searchTree_00_0=mtg_patch_001_appearance_01.tre
 

tosc

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Jun 2, 2018
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I'm trying to do something similar, but when I enter that command I get a prompt for

[sudo] password for swgemu:

I have tried it in both ZonamaDev and Erusman's build.

is there a default password?
thx.
 

tosc

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Jun 2, 2018
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i've never been asked to enter a username on either one of those setups. most i've ever been asked for was a password. Erusman's build even has the passwords in the post you can download the server for.

Where is it asking you for the username?
 

algebuckina

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Apr 19, 2017
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Doesn't work for me. Build config fails and the command causes the password prompt, which also freezes the input.
Does the yoda system crash? Or does the process crash? I've had swgemuyoda crash a few times on me, but it still carry out the process
 
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Does the yoda system crash? Or does the process crash? I've had swgemuyoda crash a few times on me, but it still carry out the process
Nvm i didn't know that the sudo command password prompt doesn't show the password. However, i tried to setup a server using the mtg repo and it failed at several points. Either libmysqld-dev can't be installed, the server can't be build or importing the mysql database doesn't work since the access is denied.
 

Valkyra

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Nvm i didn't know that the sudo command password prompt doesn't show the password. However, i tried to setup a server using the mtg repo and it failed at several points. Either libmysqld-dev can't be installed, the server can't be build or importing the mysql database doesn't work since the access is denied.
In the newer forms of Debian (which I think that Zonama is based on), they removed the package 'libmysqlclient-dev', due to some kind of licensing issue with MySQL, and instead uses MariaDB (which is still compatable with Core3 according to my testing.)

Instead, install this package on Debian: https://packages.debian.org/stretch/default-libmysqlclient-dev