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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie


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    Can it be

    "Revoke all privileges on *.* to 'navicat'@'%';"

    is wrong?

    Doesnt it need to be

    "Revoke all privileges on *.* from 'navicat'@'%';"

    ??

    Because we want to remove privileges from navicat or am I wrong?
    Sorry but thats first time i work with Ubuntu >.>

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    Quote Originally Posted by Crytex View Post
    Can it be

    "Revoke all privileges on *.* to 'navicat'@'%';"

    is wrong?

    Doesnt it need to be

    "Revoke all privileges on *.* from 'navicat'@'%';"

    ??

    Because we want to remove privileges from navicat or am I wrong?
    Sorry but thats first time i work with Ubuntu >.>
    GEEZE

    2 typos. Yes you are right. "Revoke all privileges on *.* from 'navicat'@'%';

    Sorry again, I am going to fast for myself it seems.

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    1.)
    two questions,
    in the run.sh files we need to edit like:

    #!/bin/bash
    cd /home/OWNER/talisman/game
    ulimit *.pid -f
    rm *.pid -f
    /home/glenn/talisman/game/guard -c /home/glenn/talisman/game/guard_user.ini

    those fields i marked red, need to be changed into our linux username right?


    ============================================================================================
    2.)

    also have a question at this step:


    "cd .."
    "chmod 777 ./db/*"
    "chmod 777 ./game/*"
    "chmod 777 ./login/*"
    "sudo apt-get upgrade --" (This ugrades all installed packages, takes about 20 minutes so play Plants vs Zombies while you wait)
    B4 i edited all files manually going to folder and right click the file (open with gedit) and edited them then.
    So i didnt opened them via command in terminal.


    Im confused of the line

    "cd.."
    and may I ask what does "chmod" command do, cuz if i type that, i get always something with "No such directory found" or something like that.
    Last edited by Crytex; 02-10-10 at 10:52 AM.

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    Quote Originally Posted by Crytex View Post
    1.)
    two questions,
    in the run.sh files we need to edit like:




    those fields i marked red, need to be changed into our linux username right?


    ============================================================================================
    2.)

    also have a question at this step:




    B4 i edited all files manually going to folder and right click the file (open with gedit) and edited them then.
    So i didnt opened them via command in terminal.


    Im confused of the line



    and may I ask what does "chmod" command do, cuz if i type that, i get always something with "No such directory found" or something like that.
    Yes, you seem to be picking this stuff up pretty well. A trick I learned AFTER posting this you can use is:

    #!/bin/bash
    cd $HOME/talisman/game
    ulimit *.pid -f
    rm *.pid -f
    $HOME/talisman/game/guard -c $HOME/talisman/game/guard_user.ini

    I didn't know you could type $HOME (all caps for this command) and it would automatically go to your home directory so this is another option.

    The cd stands for change directory. Most Linux and DOS commands are short for something like the rm is short for remove. Now here are some cd options to help you out.

    "cd ." (This doesn't do anything because . means current folder)
    "cd .." (Previous folder so if you are in $HOME/talisman, you will go to $HOME directory.
    "cd /" (Brings you to ROOT directory, in DOS that is C:\)
    "cd /talisman" (This brings you to the talisman folder in root)
    "cd talisman" (This brings you to the talisman folder in current folder)

    Now for some reason you can't run a file when in a directory by directly typing the name, which is what I am use to with DOS. That is why I put ./ in the front to mean current directly and then the file. if you want to go into a folder and run a file then typing talisman/db/run.sh is good enough to also do it.

    chmod stands for change mode. Every file has read, write and execute privileges. The 777 is to allow the files to have all 3. You can give them a number between 1 and 7. Either 755 or 777 is the most commonly used. Also you can use letters which if you type chmod -h (most Linux uses -h to give you help information to tell you all about the command in question, DOS uses /? and mysql uses the help command "HELP SELECT" or "HELP CREATE USER" to give you info". I am not sure if cd has a help file but because it is Linux, they probably do to help new Linux users but I wouldn't be surprised if they forgot considering most Linux users don't think about that command giving people trouble. It is often easy to forget that someone new will not know these things.

    Hopefully this helped. Let me know how it goes.

    ---------- Post added at 06:13 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:11 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Crytex View Post
    1.)
    two questions,
    in the run.sh files we need to edit like:




    those fields i marked red, need to be changed into our linux username right?


    ============================================================================================
    2.)

    also have a question at this step:




    B4 i edited all files manually going to folder and right click the file (open with gedit) and edited them then.
    So i didnt opened them via command in terminal.


    Im confused of the line



    and may I ask what does "chmod" command do, cuz if i type that, i get always something with "No such directory found" or something like that.
    Yes, you seem to be picking this stuff up pretty well. A trick I learned AFTER posting this you can use is:

    #!/bin/bash
    cd $HOME/talisman/game
    ulimit *.pid -f
    rm *.pid -f
    $HOME/talisman/game/guard -c $HOME/talisman/game/guard_user.ini

    I didn't know you could type $HOME (all caps for this command) and it would automatically go to your home directory so this is another option.

    The cd stands for change directory. Most Linux and DOS commands are short for something like the rm is short for remove. Now here are some cd options to help you out.

    "cd ." (This doesn't do anything because . means current folder)
    "cd .." (Previous folder so if you are in $HOME/talisman, you will go to $HOME directory.
    "cd /" (Brings you to ROOT directory, in DOS that is C:\)
    "cd /talisman" (This brings you to the talisman folder in root)
    "cd talisman" (This brings you to the talisman folder in current folder)

    Now for some reason you can't run a file when in a directory by directly typing the name, which is what I am use to with DOS. That is why I put ./ in the front to mean current directly and then the file. if you want to go into a folder and run a file then typing talisman/db/run.sh is good enough to also do it.

    chmod stands for change mode. Every file has read, write and execute privileges. The 777 is to allow the files to have all 3. You can give them a number between 1 and 7. Either 755 or 777 is the most commonly used. Also you can use letters which if you type chmod -h (most Linux uses -h to give you help information to tell you all about the command in question, DOS uses /? and mysql uses the help command "HELP SELECT" or "HELP CREATE USER" to give you info". I am not sure if cd has a help file but because it is Linux, they probably do to help new Linux users but I wouldn't be surprised if they forgot considering most Linux users don't think about that command giving people trouble. It is often easy to forget that someone new will not know these things.

    Hopefully this helped. Let me know how it goes.

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    ok thank you that helped me, now i contiue.
    Btw i think you need to edit something in ur tutorial, because for the "run.sh" in the login folder you said we need to put:

    #!/bin/sh

    cd /home/OWNER/talisman/login/
    ulimit -c unlimited
    rm *.pid -f
    /home/glenn/talisman/guard -c /home/glenn/talisman/guard_user.ini

    but it must be:
    #!/bin/sh

    cd /$HOME/talisman/login/
    ulimit -c unlimited
    rm *.pid -f
    $HOME/talisman/login/guard -c /$HOME/talisman/login/guard_user.ini
    what i want to say is that you forgot to add the path for the folder "login",
    I hope i dint tell crap^^


    ===============================================================================

    this step also gave me a question:

    Under name put your account name and leave pwd untouched. take test001 out of pw2 because that won't be your password. Now click on FILE and then QUERY TABLE. Now you will see only one line there that says "SELECT * FROM 't_account';" Replace that with this line and replace the words NEW PASSWORD with a password of your choosing!

    "UPDATE t_account set pwd=MD5('shield0') where accountid='1';"

    Now click RUN and it should open up a little box at the bottom that says Affected row: 1 meaning it worked. The password in mysql is usually password('password') but the game itself decided to use MD5('password') instead. This was a VERY GOOD pick up by the original writer which made it very easy for me to tell you what to write! Now close it out and click on on t_account again. Notive the pwd column is different. It worked and we have a login!
    I cant see anywhere those words "NEW PASSWORD"

    But well i created the account manually using MD 5 Generator.
    Of course Im open for solution for my question.

    ===============================================================================

    Maybe you should add in your tutorial now how to connect the server, because if i use my Linux IP 192.168.XX.XXX i get always "Arquiring Server IP"

    means i cant login, but i get the lines in Terminal:

    server tick time = bla bla

    so what could i made wrong? i edited the files how u said in the part "Game Server!"
    Last edited by Crytex; 04-10-10 at 01:55 PM.

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    nevermind i got my server working now, using Bridget COnnection in VMware Workstation :D

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    im sorry but i have a problem.
    my oracle vm virtualbox saids fatal: no bootable medium found! System halted
    wat do i do?

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    I followed your guide step by step and run into problems you do not have on here but I was able to fix them all after trail and error. However, there is a problem I cant figure out. NOTE: I have went thru all the .ini files as well as all the run.sh but to no avail.

    With that said, this is the error I am getting.

    ./run.sh: lin 3: ulimit: guard.pid: invalid number

    I have tried to change the -f to -c unlimited as well as too many different number but none work. This error is made when I try to run ./run.sh for the game server.

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    Hello William i read the post about the Talisman Privet server but when i got to the create user 'navicat'@'%' identified by 'password' ok i get that and after that all u say i exit mysql and i cant edit the my.cnf fail i dont have promission i read the replay's but i cant get it right i don't understand much but im trying my best so can u help me a little

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    Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    Thanks For Sharing

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    big grin Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    This One Wrong !

    "sudo nano /ect/network/interfaces" (This will open a new window)

    Now the next section I am going to put spaces in front to signify the start and end so you can easily see better how it works. Just make sure you get everything in exactly as I type it remembering case sensitivity!

    auto lo etho2
    iface lo inet loopback
    iface eth0 inet static
    address 192.168.69.69
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    gateway 192.168.69.1
    Its "sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces"

    and Use:

    auto eth0
    iface eth0 inet static
    address 192.168.69.69
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    broadcast 192.168.69.254
    gateway 192.168.69.1

    And it will Work Fine

    And thx dude i like your Guide!!

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    sad Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    Hi,

    I don't know where to start,lol
    First i would like to thank WilliamW1979 for the time and help.

    I spent trying to make a server for over a week, around 15 hours a day, am not exaggerating.
    I hate the way i am, if i start something i will go trough hell to finish it.
    I took so many painkillers for the headaches i have/had....
    Now , to be honest i wish i would have never seen this forum, i would not have the base from where to start.

    This thread is very detailed, and i bet that for people that do know a bit of programing or worked in the past with this , this thread would be easy as pie, But for people like me its not.
    It would be easy if everything would run smooth, but if something don't work u stuck there for days, literally.

    Now, no matter what what Navicat you install, there is no way you can do '#bind-address = 127.0.0.1"

    I downloaded 12 and installed /uninstalled restarted pc cleaned.....etc, no way it works.
    I got it to work finally after spending hours on forums looking up what others tried. put this in terminal "sudo bash" and u can do it no problem.

    THIS

    [/QUOTE]
    Now go to linux and type in the following commands

    "sudo nano /ect/network/interfaces" (This will open a new window)

    Now the next section I am going to put spaces in front to signify the start and end so you can easily see better how it works. Just make sure you get everything in exactly as I type it remembering case sensitivity!

    auto lo etho2
    iface lo inet loopback
    iface eth0 inet static
    address 192.168.69.69
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    gateway 192.168.69.1
    [/QUOTE]


    Never works , no matter what i tried, i get no directory, it opens up but cant save, i click Y to same, takes me to the file and i click enter, i get no such directory. so u can get stuck here forever or skip it hoping you can do without it.
    [/QUOTE]

    Reply from 192.168.69.69: bytes-32 time =1ms TTL=64
    Reply from 192.168.69.69: bytes-32 time =1ms TTL=64
    Reply from 192.168.69.69: bytes-32 time =1ms TTL=64
    Reply from 192.168.69.69: bytes-32 time =1ms TTL=64

    [/QUOTE]

    This works even if u dont have mysql installed, that is useless i recone, and typing mysgl.....etc in cmd never works, i get 'mysql is not recognized as an internal or external command

    And please believe me i followed instructions to the letter, first time i did no listen and i installed ubuntu 64bit, i got much further than now thats for sure, but it never found cd db.. or "./run.sh, could not find file, and after days it did but permission denied

    This is the 6th time i deleted,cleaned,reinstalled virtual box,ubuntu.......etc to start over, this time i did install 32bit, but now cant get past navicat connecting to server, error 10061, i know that that error is to do with permission...so i closed trend micro, all security,... get the same thing, and yes the ip is the one in virtual net protocol4.... done all from instructions.
    This file "unrar x game.rar" never been able to work "cd login" same for that/..this never found as well "cd talisman"..


    [/QUOTE]
    At this point I ran into an error with the login/run.sh file stating .run.sh: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory. This error means that original file was not converted correctly to linux/unix from the original operating system, so we do this:

    "cd login"
    "gedit run2.sh"

    Now type in all the details for the login/run.sh from above. Once you are done Save and Quit. Then typing "./run2.sh" should run properly. Easy fix but I like things uniform so so will do this:

    "mv run2.sh run.sh"

    [/QUOTE]


    Here i have no clue,it says copy all the details for the login/run.sh from above. wtf?? what files from above?? there are lots above, and if i copy the same file from run.sh to run2.sh is confusing.
    Or maybe its my fault, my English is not 100%, but i never had problems with instructions before.

    This things above are only the very few problems i ran into, here is one other annoying problem, this>>>"sudo /etc/init.d/mysql restart"
    i get THIS...>>" Since the script you are attempting to invoke has been converted to an Upstart job,you may also use the restart(8) utility,e.g restart mysql mysql start/running, process 5264"
    So again in trouble, so if i do that i get more error>>>>>

    restart: Rejected send message, 1 matched rules: type="method_call",sender=":1.59" (uid=999 pid=5333 comm="restart) interface="com.ubuntu.Upstart0_6.Job" member="Restart" error name="(unset)" requested_reply=0 destination="com.ubuntu.Upstart" (uid=0 pid=1 comm="/sbin/init"))

    AM I SUPPOSE TO KNOW WHAT THAT IS? lol

    Oh i almost forgot, the first 2 days over 30 house i lost coz i had no clue what william meant by:

    .[/QUOTE]

    "gedit server_user.ini"

    Replace every ConnectIP with "localhost". Replace ListenPortal and Location with your IP address. If you put 127.0.0.1 as as the ListenPortal you won't be able to connect, you need the 192.168.69.70 number or the one you used. You will also put this IP Address at the bottom in the last section next to all the sv. You can change the Description and name to anything you like, whatever you change the name to will appear on your server list like Brilliant Diamond or Big Fish. For the sake of this guide I will say "Dark" as the name.

    .[/QUOTE]

    .[/QUOTE]
    Change all the IP Addresses to "127.0.0.1" and at the bottom sv1 and sv2 values to also to "127.0.0.1" and Save/Quit.

    .[/QUOTE]

    .................ETC

    ALL THE FILES WERE EMPTY, i was thinking change what?? they bloody empty! lost 2 day to finally figured out the he is talking about the files here>>>> http://forum.ragezone.com/f603/talis...client-656662/ NO MENTION ABOUT THIS IN INSTRATIONS.

    Anyway, i am gone say it out loud.

    IF YOU ARE A NOOB LIKE ME AND KNOW ABSOLUTLLY NOTHING ABOUT PROGRAMING DONT GO INTO THIS!!! DONT EVEN THINK OF STARTING IF YOU DONT WHAT TO LITURLLY BANG YOUR HEAD AGAINST THE MONITOR, BELIVE ME, I AM ABOUT TOO.

    I am worst off now that when i first started, now cant connect at all to mysql, at least with linux 64bit i did connect.
    Maybe i will install that version again and restart again, one good this tho, i learned few things for what its worth.

    Anyway the problems above are only the very few.


    Wish me luck, i cant stop, i will keep trying, i wish i had some cash, i would gladly pay someone to do this for me

    Oh well, life sux, i m out.


    PS: sorry for my spelling mistakes.
    Last edited by cipixccc; 07-02-11 at 09:00 AM. Reason: spelling

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    smile Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    i finely had some luck, everything went smooth with mysql and connection.
    Found a mistake. i wish i would have found it earlier, would have saved me lots of time.
    IN HERE
    "sudo nano /ect/network/interfaces" (This will open a new window)

    Now the next section I am going to put spaces in front to signify the start and end so you can easily see better how it works. Just make sure you get everything in exactly as I type it remembering case sensitivity!

    auto lo etho2
    iface lo inet loopback
    iface eth0 inet static
    address 192.168.69.69
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    gateway 192.168.69.1

    Its actually sudo nano/etc/network/interface, i am surprised i did not notice earlier

    Now i am at GAME SERVER part and already problems,lols

    Here you go:

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mv ./Downloads/* ./talisman

    mv: cannot stat `./Downloads/*': No such file or directory


    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt-get install unrar-free

    Reading package lists... Done

    Building dependency tree

    Reading state information... Done

    Package unrar-free is not available, but is referred to by another package.

    This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or

    is only available from another source



    E: Package 'unrar-free' has no installation candidate


    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ cd talisman

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~/talisman$ unrar x game.rar

    The program 'unrar' can be found in the following packages:

    * unrar-free (You will have to enable component called 'universe')

    * unrar (You will have to enable component called 'multiverse')

    Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~/talisman$


    If anyone could let me know what is that i am doing wrong please help me, i would be very grateful.

    Sudo pack i thing i installed earlier, so probably that's why the error.

    And of course i cant continue coz i get:

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~/talisman$ cd db
    bash: cd: db: No such file or directory
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~/talisman$

    Please help, thank you

    wow its almost 3 am, i will try a bit more n go to bed. i am out.

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    angry Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    everytime i restart UBUNTU , i have to start from scratch, nothing is there, not even bookmarks.

    And it seems that i cant mount the old patition to start ubuntu.

    Any idea here in "Ghost Town"?

    I am up to this part and stuck,"mv game_server.evp game_server.evp.old" <<<NO SUCH FILE OR DIRECTORY. lols

    but if i cant get my files from ubuntu i have to start again.

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    Support Re: Talisman Online Private Server detailed instructions for the newbie

    WOW! The amount of helpful ppl here is amazing,Please not all at once! xD

    Anyway i had to start over again as ubuntu crashed and when restarted lost everything, for some reason i cant mount that partition, as i am totally linux dumb i have no idea.

    Anyway i am up to this part
    "cd talisman"
    "cd db"
    "rm *.pid -f"
    "./run.sh"

    I get the following error"

    ./run.sh: 6: /home/OWNER/db/guard: not found

    mv: cannot start 'run2.sh'; no such file or directory

    Any idea? please help. thank you
    Last edited by cipixccc; 09-02-11 at 12:31 AM.




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