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skipperheartbeat

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  1. With the exception of me using make -j 2, I ran the same steps on Saturday on the same OS and it completed fine. I was several weeks out of date.
  2. A while ago i created a Master branch, but as a lot of content was missing, i didn't keep on top of it, so i went out of sync. My client is now at 8.1.0.28833. There doesn't seem to be a way to specify which patch of the client to update to, so if i update the client through Blizzard, its always to the latest version. Whats the best way to keep the client in sync with the master branch? When you update the current supported version, do you always go to the latest version? if not, would it be possible to find out what the next supported patch will be?
  3. I seem to remember that you need to log in to the game with the AHbot account. Not sure if that's still required. Does the worldserver.log give any clue?
  4. What is the IP address and subnet mask of your Router and Server? You seem to be mixing 192.168.0.x and 192.168.1.x 192.168.x.x is a private address range. If you have set up port forwarding, i assume you want to connect from outside your network. In which case, you need to use the public address that is shown if you go to whatsmyip.org from your server. you should set the public address in realmlist.wtf and also in the realmlist table in the database.
  5. ./worldserver in the directory where the file is located in terminal, is the same as worldserver.exe in a dos box
  6. Put the client on a USB hard drive? Might be a bit slow though.
  7. Either open worldserver.exe in a cmd prompt or look at the worldserver.log to find the problem.
  8. If you have set 127.0.1.1 as a local host address, then you need to be careful with your subnet masks. The local Host subnet mask should be a 255.0.0.0 not 255.255.255.0
  9. Have you tried using the IP address instead of the PC host name on your port forward. You can also test if its working externally by telnet / ssh to your public IP:8085
  10. Did you create the vmaps directory first and is it empty?
  11. Have you tried clearing the cache and deleting the content of the WTF folder.
  12. I could be wrong but on Master i believe you also need to forward port 3724 to your server as well.
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