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Howto compile the server source?

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i want to know howto compile the serverside part of the source. I have heard it should be compile with freebsd or windows. Which of the folder in the Source is the newest? Mainline_released  or? How can i compile it? Can anyone make a Howto about it please?

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Hello,

 

i want to know howto compile the serverside part of the source. I have heard it should be compile with freebsd or windows. Which of the folder in the Source is the newest? Mainline_released  or? How can i compile it? Can anyone make a Howto about it please?

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FreeBSD fully installed and optimized for compile source : http://metin2dev.org/board/topic/389-not-really-a-rlsvm-with-freebsd-92-src-compileable/#entry2962

 

you need just install VMWare and make new Virtual pc then select disk!!

 

 

Or here another tutorial for compile source ! http://metin2dev.org/board/topic/140-compile-source-on-freebsd/

 

Or another tutorial made by Vanilla : http://metin2dev.org/board/topic/305-src-compile-with-gcc48-c11-and-optimized-flags/

 

 

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Thank you :) But i can not compile with Hamachi Server or :(

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Thank you :) But i can not compile with Hamachi Server or :(

you can compile, Network doesnt matter if you have full applications/include. For you first download FreeBSD virtual image on 1st Link 10 gb but you can download, then install on VMWARE and Youc an just write command gmake -j20 and auto compile.

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Any other tutorials? These were deleted.

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