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Post by bvv2001 » 07 Jan 2008, 15:53

Mary Christmas!!!
Sorry, for my english. :-(
I live in Ukraine.
You game is very beauty. And I installing server and client this game.
Version 0.23 (client) working good, version 0.24 compiling only with guichan ver 0.7 !!! (with ver 0.7.1 not compiling :-( )
In client ver. 0.24 in window "inventory" disable INVENTORY!!!!!!, but in ver. 0.23 this working GOOD!!!
CVS version 0.1.0 compiling, but runing ONLY in compiling directory and user MUST BE ROOT!!!!
This version client NOT CONNECTING with server, but in tcpdump attempts connecting with server (port 6901, udp) enabled.
Best regards, Vadim
P.S.
I vile translate messages server and client in russian language.
Where I can uploading this files?
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Post by KiRiL » 07 Jan 2008, 16:52

Версия 0.1 несовместима с eAthena, ей надо указывать другой адрес сервера
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Post by Bjørn » 07 Jan 2008, 17:10

Guichan 0.7.0 is identical to 0.7.1, so you must have messed up something else. I don't get your problem with the inventory. And you can't use version 0.1.0 currently since there is only a rather empty and underdeveloped testing server up and running for that.

Anyway, since you seem rather new to all this, why not just install the 0.0.24 binary package for Slackware/12.0 and also grap the 0.7.1 binary package of Guichan for Slackware/12.0 off the Guichan website?
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Post by bvv2001 » 07 Jan 2008, 17:25

KiRiL wrote:Версия 0.1 несовместима с eAthena, ей надо указывать другой адрес сервера
Thanks about answer. I now it is. I use not eAthena, I use tmserver
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Post by bvv2001 » 07 Jan 2008, 17:47

Binary working! Errors (window inventory) is absent...
But I when compiling not have any errors. There problem?
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Post by Platyna » 07 Jan 2008, 18:14

Guichan and other depencies has to be configured with --prefix=/usr. And cut the Russian.

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Post by bvv2001 » 07 Jan 2008, 18:29

Platyna wrote:Guichan and other depencies has to be configured with --prefix=/usr. And cut the Russian.

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Thank you Zuzanna!!!!!
This need added to documentation about compile tmw-client!!!!!!!
Thank you!!!!
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Post by Platyna » 07 Jan 2008, 18:39

bvv2001 wrote:
Platyna wrote:Guichan and other depencies has to be configured with --prefix=/usr. And cut the Russian.

Regards.
Thank you Zuzanna!!!!!
This need added to documentation about compile tmw-client!!!!!!!
Thank you!!!!
No problem. I will think about compile HOWTO.

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Post by KiRiL » 07 Jan 2008, 18:44

I recommend build Guichan rpm from source rpm, then install it, you will avoid a lot of dependency problems.
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Post by bvv2001 » 07 Jan 2008, 20:49

KiRiL wrote:I recommend build Guichan rpm from source rpm, then install it, you will avoid a lot of dependency problems.
Read theme "SLACKWARE" what RPM?!
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Post by Platyna » 07 Jan 2008, 21:23

bvv2001 wrote:
KiRiL wrote:I recommend build Guichan rpm from source rpm, then install it, you will avoid a lot of dependency problems.
Read theme "SLACKWARE" what RPM?!
Slackware supports RPMs. But no one uses this since we have rpm2tgz utility. ;)

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Post by bvv2001 » 07 Jan 2008, 22:51

Platyna wrote:
bvv2001 wrote:
KiRiL wrote:I recommend build Guichan rpm from source rpm, then install it, you will avoid a lot of dependency problems.
Read theme "SLACKWARE" what RPM?!
Slackware supports RPMs. But no one uses this since we have rpm2tgz utility. ;)

Regards.
Zuzann, I use slackware with ver. 8.0 and I now this magic :-)
But I attempted use or tgz (by Patrick) or tgz (by checkinstall and me not very crooked hands :-)) This is my principle.
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Post by KiRiL » 08 Jan 2008, 06:39

I use rpm everywhere... even in FreeBSD :)
You can use "alien" ( http://kitenet.net/~joey/code/alien/ ) to convert between rpm/dpkg/slp/slackware tgz if you don't like rpm :)
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