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    • By Tyrael
      Hello everyone, I have installed several clients of the master branch 8.3.7 (35435) and I have not obtained results when connecting to the local server that I have.
      I have thought about starting to use 8.3.7 in order to learn new things outside of 3.3.5a but this has blocked me.
      If you'd be so kind as to point me to a client or if Trinity has one.
      First of all, Thanks.
    • By shroom
      Hi,
      Following one recent commit officially adding MariaDB 10.4 support, I took this opportunity to update my database server (from MariaDB 10.1 to MariaDB 10.4) and compiled the game server with the corresponding libraries instead of MySQL 5.7.
      Everything went fine and the server runs properly.
      I had one tiny little issue though: I had to fill the MySQLExecutable variable in the conf file otherwise the worldserver executable wouldn't launch:
      Didn't find any executable MySQL binary at '/Server/Release/bin/Release' or in path, correct the path in the *.conf ("MySQLExecutable").
      I never had to fill this variable before and it was still working fine with this commit: https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore/commit/48c700347c91b1748427a8c5b09b8d4099c9a105
      I'm running with this commit at the moment: https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore/commit/43d9ffd1bc127768882711a47d5e2bae92845d04
      It's not that big of deal obviously, but the worldserver conf file states for this variable:
      If the path is left empty, built-in path from cmake is used.
      Alas, while being properly set in CMake, the path isn't used anymore.
      Is this the new expected behavior or is this a bug?
    • By leandrod
      Hello guys,
      I was wondering that would be nice if i can active the flying mounts in Azeroth allowing the players to use it in Orgrimmar for example.
      So, here's my question: is there any way to do that in the server core side? I know that the game doesnt support flying mounts in Azeroth in the retail but i would like to do it (if its possible).
      I've serched in the forum for it and didn't find anything about it.
      Thanks for the help!
    • By Billy
      Placed several items in the AH today with the 24 hour setting to check with, restarted both world and auth servers, and the items placed in AH were no longer there, nor was there any mail for items sold or returned.
      TrinityCore rev. 59682bbd9b33 2019-02-09 21:06:09 +0100 (3.3.5 branch) (Unix, RelWithDebInfo, Static) (worldserver-daemon)
       
    • By kepo
      I made 2 realms, one for 2.4.3, one for 3.3.5 but for some reason when I try to connect to the 3.3.5 realm I'm getting this error in the cosole: 
      WorldSocket::HandleAuthSession: Client *my home pc's ip is here* requested connecting with realm id 22 but this realm has id 2 set in config. I also get this in-game: 
      The game server you have chosen is currently down. Use the Change Realm button to choose another Realm. The Auth.exe that I use is by OregonCore 2.4.3 for both, but Oregon is 50-60% TrinityCore. When I use the auth.exe by TrinityCore the same problem occurs in the 2.4.3 realm but the 3.3.5 starts working. I don't have any other errors like DB & etc. That's the only problem. 
      I checked the DB auth > realmist and everything looks fine. Here's a picture: http://prntscr.com/mhpbmr
      I have also opened all the needed ports.
      Also - worldconfig for 3.3.5:
      LoginDatabaseInfo     = "127.0.0.1;3306;mysql user;mysql pass;auth" WorldDatabaseInfo     = "127.0.0.1;3306;mysql user;mysql pass;world2" CharacterDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;mysql user;mysql pass;characters2" RealmID = 2 WorldServerPort = 8086 and for 2.4.3
      LoginDatabaseInfo     = "127.0.0.1;3306;mysql user;mysql pass;auth" WorldDatabaseInfo     = "127.0.0.1;3306;mysql user;mysql pass;world" CharacterDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;mysql user;mysql pass;characters" RealmID = 1 WorldServerPort = 8085 Also I checked the AuthSocket.cpp and realmlist.cpp, it looks like there is a code or whatever is called for 3.3.5:
      AuthSocket.cpp
          case 8606:                                          // 2.4.3     case 10505:                                         // 3.2.2a     case 11159:                                         // 3.3.0a     case 11403:                                         // 3.3.2     case 11723:                                         // 3.3.3a     case 12340:                                         // 3.3.5a realmlist.cpp
      static RealmBuildInfo ExpectedRealmdClientBuilds[] = {     {12340, 3, 3, 5, 'a'},                                  // highest supported build, also auto accept all above for simplify future supported builds testing     {11723, 3, 3, 3, 'a'},     {11403, 3, 3, 2, ' '},     {11159, 3, 3, 0, 'a'},     {10505, 3, 2, 2, 'a'},     {8606,  2, 4, 3, ' '},     {6005,  1,12, 2, ' '},     {5875,  1,12, 1, ' '},     {0,     0, 0, 0, ' '}                                   // terminator }; My account's gmlevel in account_access is set to '3' and 'RealmID: is 2', since the max rank level in 2.4.3 (RealmID: 1) is '5'.
      Oh, almost forgot... I modified accounts table, also fusioncms recognize the realm: http://prntscr.com/mhpf3f // trinity is fresh-compiled soo... it's latest version, oregon is 2017 rev since we did tons of custom changes (it's fun server) but hey.. oregon is ded - latest rev is 1 year ago. ;c
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