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[Rls]Vm with FreeBSD 9.2 -> Src -> compileable

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Hi,

 

As requested by some users i have you a VM with FreeBSD 9.2 32bit, novaline source and pre installed Ports so

you can compile the game. It was like 10 minutes of work to enter the commands so no thanks needed.

 

Link: HerpDerp

Login: root

Pw: dev

 

To compile the game: 

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cd /usr/src/novaline/Srcs/Server/game/src
gmake clean
gmake -j20
 

If there are any Problems or questsions you can add me in Skype(l337-5p34k) or Message me here i'll always give you support. 

 

Kind regards

TheGame

 

€: There are no Serverfiles on this VM because i dont have test serverfiles. If someone have Serverfiles for me i'll implement them and upload 

an updated version of this VM.

 

€€: Updated Link: Thanks to Da'Real Pain

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Will download it later :)

But Thanks - im actually too lazy to compile it on freebsd :x

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If there are any Problems or questsions you can add me in Skype or Message me here i'll always give you support. 

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Hi,

 

As requested by some users i have you a VM with FreeBSD 9.2 32bit, novaline source and pre installed Ports so

you can compile the game. It was like 10 minutes of work to enter the commands so no thanks needed.

 

Link: HerpDerp

Login: root

Pw: dev

 

Kind regards

TheGame

Thankssssss!!!! xD

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What I don't understand is: Why do so many people copy the source to /usr/src ?

This directory is used for the FreeBSD source code and normally you don't put your own stuff there.

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What I don't understand is: Why do so many people copy the source to /usr/src ?

This directory is used for the FreeBSD source code and normally you don't put your own stuff there.

You can move the source where you want. I started to put my sources in there 4 years ago and never changed something ^^

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What I don't understand is: Why do so many people copy the source to /usr/src ?

This directory is used for the FreeBSD source code and normally you don't put your own stuff there.

You can move the source where you want. I started to put my sources in there 4 years ago and never changed something ^^

 

Mean you before 4 jears a meitn2 source?

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So i download with my Vserver and install my Private serverfiles and upload it on mega for you :) Uploa speed 62 MB :D

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What I don't understand is: Why do so many people copy the source to /usr/src ?

This directory is used for the FreeBSD source code and normally you don't put your own stuff there.

You can move the source where you want. I started to put my sources in there 4 years ago and never changed something ^^

 

Mean you before 4 jears a meitn2 source?

 

The Metin2 source is not the only thing you can work with on FreeBSD ;)

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So i download with my Vserver and install my Private serverfiles and upload it on mega for you :) Uploa speed 62 MB :D

I have to make some big changes in the VM as well, fix some bugs in the source (internal ip e.g), add a script that put's the game in

the right place inside the serverfiles and renames the old so you guys will have a betther workflow. I also forgot to add the libs ^^

 

€: Sry for double post >.<

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Sometimes the download is corrupted, try to download it again it should work then. Waht kinda system are u using?

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I have a problem with mega, I tryed to download for 2 days and no succes.

Can you make a torrent please.

Thanks.

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Im not able to seed sry. My upload speed is only 50kb/s and i dont seed torrents from my workplace where i have 2,2mb upload

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I can seed it with my server np

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