searching around on your own may produce some wonderful results ...
i tried that, none of these titles makes sence to meh
Hm. I'll agree, I think that since this whole forum is development of perfect world private servers it is pretty simple to find on your own... Go to the search bar, and search forum threads for server files or private servers...
Or, just browse through the pages and pages of threads and look for something that says [Release] next to it and sounds remotely like it would be server files... as for guides...probably come along with it when you look at the thread...
I don't even work with the server files directly and i'm the least technologically useful person that I know, but i'm still able to find it so I have faith you can too :)
and good luck with your server
Ok, then I will spell it out for you: Using windows, then use this release:
follow that thread very closely and you will not need any further assistance in getting started
This is a very solid release, and it is the very first one I started tinkering with. (I almost guarantee this one to "work right out of the box")!
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tutorial for make PW PS in windows 7, who know that ?
Server files are coded for linux system only
Can't be runned in Command prompt xD
Hi, I am sorry to bother you.
Recently I thought to buy a VPS server for Perfetc World.
But I have a problem with the server, I can not make it connect on my IPs, I do not either Client (phase transformation from 1.4 to 1.3).
Please enter my computer with Team Viewer. And install Server for me.
You'll have GM on my server.
Sorry for my bad English!
ID my Y! Messenger is: vvvyyyooo
And my email is: email@example.com
Please help me,I want to make a public server.
Thanks in advance!
I bet you want a vServer.
1. Check what kind of vServer you have
- If it has less than 8 GB RAM forget about it
2. Read the Guides for standalone Serverfiles ( not vBox or VMWare )
3. Understand them ( !!! )
4. Try to make all things as described in the Guide and the posts after them
5. If you fail, then ask again including all error messages.