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From what I can read on the web it seems like your glibc version is too old.


Debian Etch comes standard with libc : libc6 2.2.3

Try updating. As far as I can see that in itself will be a problem. Repo no longer available @ http://ftp.debian.org/dists/

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I have a good manual, how can I upgrade my system to Debian 5.0, but my server is not designed or the hardware does not meet the minimum standard of Debian Lenny.

What should I do exactly? I am familiar with the Linux system does not look so good and now I have zero idea what to do.

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Running a console only server does not require much. It depends on the amount of players connecting to it.

As for upgrade. What are the specifications?( CPU, RAM, HDD, Optical Drive type)

This looks good. http://www.go2linux.org/upgrading-debian

It does not rely on using etch repo. The system should have internet access to do it.

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My Hostsystem has the Virtuozzo-Version "Virtuozzo release 3.0.0 ". The Hostsystem need "Virtuozzo 4" for Debian 5.0. Server4You is a bad Host.

I asked the support. Actually, should the host system a long time "Virtuozzo 4" However there are problems. I've just created a ticket and ask it how long it takes until about Debian 5.0 is possible. I hope it takes not so long.

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Server4You is something totally real slow. For the first 5.0 Offers you have taken nearly 5 months after 5.0 came out.

Thank you for your hope. I hope that Server4You help me in any way.

Is it possible to somehow fiddle to the core so that it goes well with 4.0? At that time it went it.

Is my Google Translator English O.K?

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I think your problem is not server4you, your problem is that you use vServer.

The server i have worked for is from server4you but a root server, there where no problem to upgrade form debian etch to debian lenny.

BTW we are going more and more offtopic.

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I have just learned from Server4You that it can be updated in theory already on Debian 5.0. Even if you virtouzzo 3 The problem with the whole thing is then in Plesk. Plesk requires more than 8.4 virtouzzo 4 and the host system from my virtual Server has virtouzzo 3.

Your root server has probably already virtouzzo 4 and, therefore, could you Easy on Debian Lenny.

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i have a Linux Debian 4.0 Plesk 8.4 64 Bit vServer machine...

cmake was successful.

This cmake Code i have use:

cmake ../TrinityCore -DPREFIX=/home/TrinityCore/build

in the build directory.


You should have made a build directory outside of the source.

Like this:

~/TrinityCore - source

~/build - build directory

~/server - server directory (Note: this is made during make)

cd ~/build
cmake ../TrinityCore/ DPREFIX=/home/<username>/server
make -j 4
sudo make install

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OK besides the fact of being lazy, and not knowing what you are doing, why are you using Plesk in the first place? it can all be done manually, and then you don't have to pay 20-50 per 30-100 user license per month. Second, if you are still on debian 4 it is time to upgrade. I don't have any of these problems on debian 5 64bit with or without plesk.

I would guess it isn't server4you it is most likely a pebcac error.

At least in this post you are providing a little more information... unlike your last.

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Hi everyone ..

i just download trinity core in https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore.git.. when compile using cmake everything look fine nothing erorr message found. But when i try to run the trinitycore.sln file i found an erorr like this ..

17>------ Build started: Project: worldserver, Configuration: Release Win32 ------












17>Compiling resources...

17>Microsoft (R) Windows (R) Resource Compiler Version 6.1.6723.1

17>Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

17>Performing Pre-Link Event...


17>LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file '..\game\Release\game.lib'

17>Build log was saved at "file://d:\Game\TBuild\src\server\worldserver\worldserver.dir\Release\BuildLog.htm"

17>worldserver - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)

18>------ Skipped Build: Project: INSTALL, Configuration: Release Win32 ------

18>Project not selected to build for this solution configuration 

========== Build: 15 succeeded, 2 failed, 2 up-to-date, 1 skipped ==========

it says "cannot open input file '..\game\Release\game.lib" ..where should i find this file (game.lib) Pls help me .. i've been trying to compile this core day and have no luck..

thanks and sorry for bad english grammar

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Hello all.

I have a question.

I want use all legan software, VS2010 Ultimate is expensive, and i don`t like crack it, but when i try to use VS2010 Express i get following problem:

I can`t compile trinity sources under x64

because x64 compilers are not supported native in Express edition

As i understand need to download extensions, but ... i was download frameworks install and nothing =/

May be someone know what need to download and install to


All - Offline Install ISO image file ?

OS: Windows x64 Enterprise

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download and install this (someone sent me link on IRC yesterday):


after installing create new folder, right click Git Extensions -> Clone

Repository to clone: https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore.git

hit clone button and wait...

when you get the source you should already know what to do with it :)

if you want to update that source, enter your folder, right click

on TrinityCore subfolder -> Git Extensions -> Pull

... let there Remote: origin, just hit pull button, that's all


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