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Hello , 

I have a question that has been bothering me for the past year. I used to have a good metin2 hamachi server (with a lot of people) and i have experience on how to run a server. I know client modding and stuff.

Now the question is , do i  need to know programming to fix bugs? Im studying computer science and have a basic knowledge on C++ and Java

I want to take it a step further and create a DNS server but i have to know if i need to be an experienced programmer to hold a server. I've noticed that there are no actual guides on youtube or google based on those questions.

What programs will i need? Is there any tutorial out there? 

Why is it good to know programming for your server , how will that help.

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For the source code for game and binary you could use this: (download visual studio 2013 to compile the binary source)

and here is the tutorial to compile the game and db source:


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