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CDawg

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  1. CDawg

    Patched clients illegal?

    To add to what Alex.hpp mentioned.. The worst case scenario is that you use the patched client to connect to retail and would probably get perma-banned on your account and possibly IP blocked (If they catch you). However, you can get around that by telling their customer support that you think you have a "corrupted client" and they pardon you. Tip: Just don't connect to retail with a patched client.
  2. CDawg

    Armory for Trinity core 3.3.5?

    You could have just asked for it. The reason I didn't throw it up on a gist or dropbox public site was due to people pinging me outside of TC and bugging me for updates and filling up my email/discord channel for the armory. The web app layer is not 100% working. So no... my 1400+ posts have never been about an "every man for himself" attitude. Next time, *your* approach could be, "Hey CDawg, why not share it publicly?"
  3. website? most web apps just read straight from the database which is inaccurate. Anyhow, I can telnet straight to the external IP you posted. So it maybe a local firewall issue or a loopback from your ISP that may be routing you.
  4. CDawg

    trinity core with netbeans c++

    I used to use NetBeans. But I am using CodeLite now. I use VS for Windows and you can even cross reference the indexing over to CodeLite. (I use both Windows and Ubuntu machines) I no longer use NetBeans due to Java issues. Curious... you are using cygwin, You don't want to use VS or prefer another IDE on Windows?
  5. Your average is 0.94. That's not bad at all. However, your memory is low and your swap is high. So your CPU is working hard to not flood your memory and write to disk with saved data that *should* be i/o from memory only. Try adding more ram to your system. Also, I upgraded to 17.10. It's faster and it's a minimum recommended version.
  6. CDawg

    Error: Client sent malformed Packet

    No worries. That's not an error. Someone just tried to access that port that you are hosting the worldserver without the client or the incorrect version of the client. For example, if you use telnet (windows) and access your port 8085 (if that is what you are using for the worldserver), it will send malformed packets. Just a warning that the worldserver doesn't understand data into that port.
  7. CDawg

    need support

    force logout, then back in. It's possible an aggro bug.
  8. CDawg

    Logging chat into database

    This can probably be moved to Custom Code section - However, I actually was able to implement "in core" to log all chat to the database in a separate table under "characters". Let me know if you or anyone is interested, I can share the patch in github.
  9. CDawg

    What's the best OS for Trinity Core?

    I would recommend Linux in general and to add what Aokromes mentioned, Debian is full proof with additional support, due to it being heavily used in the TC world.
  10. I would agree. Windows git has fixed a lot their bugs where applications would not recognize it. I also have one machine with Windows on it wasn't trivial at all to install on a fresh windows 10 machine and cmake found everything.
  11. CDawg

    How do I create my own server

    https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/tc/pages/2130077/Installation+Guide
  12. CDawg

    Compile or cmake problems

    Thanks @Ibeatdungeon Interesting... A couple years ago I mentioned that auto updates on Linux should be disabled. Looks like libssl-dev needs to be a very specific package for the time being. For anyone curious using CentOS and not Ubuntu, Boost has to be a very certain package as well (depending on what version of CentOS you are using) I will add a note to the wiki that having automatic updates may cause problems and to update each package manually (recommended)
  13. Yeah, it may be a bit alarming... but... you have to read that Blizz went after a very large group that opposes them as a competitor, due to the fact that Blizz wants most or all population to start on their upcoming legacy (vanilla) servers. While I don't blame them personally, I see why Blizz went after them and "asked" GitHub to drop them under the DMCA. While it may be that Blizz cares about other version or expansions that are running 'legacy' servers. Blizz isn't too worried about small pop servers. It would just cost them money and trying to chase after the small groups. Not saying TC is small, but nothing on the large Blizz's radar. Not to mention, if Blizz's vanilla servers don't draw enough population, they may kill it or not progress with additional legacy expansions and then a sudden explosion of priv servers that may never draw enough attention to Blizz, due to the diverse expansions and outdated clients.
  14. Ah... It was corrupted.. Iv'e had that before. Fortunately for me, it was only about 5 weeks in a character table, but it took me a whole month to find the issue. I also know how you feel.. sometimes having backups of a DB that is already corrupt just makes things worse Curious.. do you know where it was corrupted? Like a bad row in a table, or just garbage all over the place?
  15. Where are you running the binaries? Did you create a bin directory and place your mmaps, vmaps, etc... in said directory? I'm just trying to see if you ran everything correctly but just running the binaries in the wrong directory. It can't find your updates directory. "/home/sysadmin/git/3.3.5/sql/updates/world". Bottom of doc: https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/tc/pages/10977309/Linux+Core+Installation -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/path/to/where/you/want/core/to/be/installed It will create the following structure: <path>/bin/ - binaries will be placed here <path>/etc/ - config files will be placed here
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