Evil Brazilian Overboard
- Feb 22, 2012
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Annoys me to ask but I have a problem with Avatara and maybe someone has an idea what I fucked up. So far I haven't had any success and the avatars are still not displayed. I'll keep trying and hopefully I'll come across the problem. But if anyone has an idea let me know. And thanks. And above all thanks for this great project.
So I loaded the source, compiled it, compiled the figurdata with the AvataraApp, Done.
I started the AvataraWebApp via port 8080. In avatarimage.php the port is also 8080.
Thank you Droppy, I am honoured!
Check that your directory structure looks like this and that figuredata.xml is inside /figuredata folder.
The /figuredata/compiled/ folder should contain the .swf files from an old swf release such as r38 and Avatara will automatically export them to the /figuredata.
That's all there is to it to make it work.
Check your webserver-config.ini if there is localhost configured.
It is configured for localhost/127.0.0.1
I am using the latest jdk 18, php 8.1 incase its needed.
Weird. I'm even more confused than before. That's how it's set up for me too. Thank you. Then I keep trying. It's probably something you end up wanting to hit yourself for
You have to customize the routes in https://github.com/Quackster/Havana...eb/src/main/java/org/alexdev/http/Routes.java and recompile the jar file.
Do you still need help with this? I hadn't compiled anything in years, but it turned out to be really straightforward. Was done compiling and getting it running in less than 5 mins. So if you want, i can write down the steps to do it.how to install avatara from 0 for a newbie? What is required, how is it compiled?
What kind of hardware problems?I was working on stuff for Havana and I had hardware problems and ended up losing my files... I'm not sure if I have the motivation to continue where I left off.
What kind of hardware problems?
If the SSD/HDD stopped working, disconnect it from power and don't use it. That's the best one can do in case of NAND and/or write head failure. There are recovery methods and services available.
If there's a hackerspace/makerspace around, ask if there's someone with data recovery experience, or contact data recovery services. If it's too costly, i'm willing to chip in and i'm sure others will help crowdsource too.