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[HELP] Problem after copy new file GOF

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Pls help me, i get this error after copy GOF new files in old BOI Old server , CentOS.

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Thats why you should always back up your main server files before copying it over. Also looks like your missing a file or its corrputed from your db.
 
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Thats why you should always back up your main server files before copying it over. Also looks like your missing a file or its corrputed from your db.

How to upgrade DB of old file BOI to new file GOF ? can you help me pls ? @@ i have error after i log in one time in game and log out and i can't log in again, because my old DB can't save data of GOF server, i don't know how to upgrade old DB to new DB @@
 
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It's telling you that because those files are made in DOS (for whatever reason) and they need to be converted to UNIX for Linux to be able to read them correctly. You can do this by opening a terminal in Linux, cd to the location of file and do the conversion that way. The commands will look something like this example:

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[b]# cd /home/BOI/DBServer/db
# dos2unix create-database.sh[/b]


xtreme17, the GoF MySQL is not exactly the same as the old one. The new files contain the files necessary to update the basetab_sg table, which adds a few new things GoF added to characters like cosmos and cosmos skill points.
 
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It's telling you that because those files are made in DOS (for whatever reason) and they need to be converted to UNIX for Linux to be able to read them correctly. You can do this by opening a terminal in Linux, cd to the location of file and do the conversion that way. The commands will look something like this example:

Code:
[b]# cd /home/BOI/DBServer/db
# dos2unix create-database.sh[/b]

k i will try thx !!!
 
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That is because some parts of your server are still running from the last time you did ./start.sh. Since they are still running, when you try to run it again you get the "port in use" error like you have.

Reboot your Linux computer and try again.
 
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That is because some parts of your server are still running from the last time you did ./start.sh and since they are still running, when you try to run it again you get the port in use error like you have.

Restart your Linux computer and try again.

What is first step ? i copy all new file GOF into old file BOI, and next step i need doing ?
 
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Just reboot your Linux computer and try ./start.sh again. That error should go away.

To fix the dbserver: Permission denied problem, open your DBServer folder, go into the bin folder, right-click the dbserver executable. Go to properties, permissions tab, and then enable the option to let it run as an executable.
 
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