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TrevaH
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PostSubject: Setting up on windows   Thu 1 Dec - 4:28

What would you recommend I setup the server on I don't generally use linux but I installed Fedora because it seems to be targeted to that.

2 issues jdk didn't exist for yum info jdk So I manually installed jdk5 or so I thought but it didnt seem to work right also your mysql tutorial is targeted at windows how do I get to the mysql client in fedora?

Also Multiverse is in the downloads folder that won't be a problem will it?


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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Thu 1 Dec - 5:31

jdk seems to be installed now although not at usr/java/jdk/

When I run ant after getting multiverse downloaded I get this

[root@localhost multiverse]# ant
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/tools/ant/launch/Launcher

Feeling like this might be easier for me to run in windows so I think I'll look at that first in a while.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Thu 1 Dec - 6:52

I use cygwin on windows for everything... running the game server, running the master server, building updates/patches and building the client it is pretty easy to use. I know that you can run the master server and game server on linux (somewhere I have a virtual machine with everything installed in case I need to run it somewhere else but I havent touched it in a year or so)


I believe you can use openjdk for java. Mysql should be pretty straight forward to install and use, you just need to setup the database with the multiverse schema (you can look at it in multiverse.sql I believe)

But if you arent really familiar with linux it is not going to be all that easy to setup.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Thu 1 Dec - 9:06

Alright going to install these things now I got cygwin with all the needed additions I believe. Installing JDK 5.0 and mysql and configuring that now I had read the old wiki instructions before and thought I had done them right for windows but when I did the start-server.bat from command prompt it had some error of not knowing the .properties extension

I've setup Cygwin ant mysql jdk and setup a few environment variables on the way, waiting for the svn to checkout now as soon as it's done I'll install the sql database setup the rest of the environment variables and hope for the best or ask for help I suppose.

EDIT - I suppose this is why I don't like linux or shell/command prompt things lol

ant is not recognized in cygwin or command prompt, I think I just may not have setup a few things right then Just let me know what I may have done wrong to setup stuff I actually run a very small mmo right now called Thang and as bad as the game is I prefer the way it runs with just windows applixcations lol

Anyways just let me know I'm really interested in getting this setup it seems to be the most viable option for me to make this mmo, it'll be myself and my girlfriend and another guy involved with the game Thang who will be making it, girlfriend is an art major and can do all the 3d modeling 2d art and Graphic design so this is our goal to pursue making this.

THis is the game we work on right now fyi thang-global.com/

EDIT 2 - I think I got most of this figured out I hadn't set the PATH variables correct I'm a bit new to environment variables but I think Iv'e got it now lol.

"ERROR [2011-11-30 20:43:19,843] main Engine.main: error connecting to the database multiverse.server.util.MVRuntimeException: could not find class: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
at multiverse.server.engine.Database.<init>(Database.java:61)
at multiverse.server.engine.Engine.main(Engine.java:328)

"

My error for starting it up I installed mysql 5.5 set the variable correctly I hope I did the install.sql set the root password in multiverse.properties not quite sure what I missed
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Thu 1 Dec - 15:07

Also I noticed a post on this before my properties file links to the connector in other/jdbc-connector folder

However I have made sure that's correct and it didn't solve my issue. If you don't have a solution right off the bat I can have a remote desktop of sorts for you to take a look and we'll see what's up I'd really like to get this working and begin some development on this platform and a game itself.

Feel like this could be contributing to my grief.. I was having trouble with the mv_home defenition even though its an enviro var and defined in cygwin I was having issues..

DEBUG [2011-12-01 03:04:54,031] main Specified property file ../bin/mv_home/bin/multiverse.properties does not exist! Defaulting to command-line properties.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 3:11

hmm are you running the server from the installed location? It should be automatically figuring out the mv_home. It should not have to be set.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 4:39

Uh I don't know about that what's the installed location it's supposed to be in I haven't seen it anywhere to specifically put the files in c:/multiverse or something
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 5:27

Sorry I should have been clearer where every you put it should be the installed location. You may need to navigate to the folder to run it.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 6:40

Well in my case it's in D:/multiverse2/multiverse/bin for the server shell script, I've edited the multiverse.properties file there and Ive linked all the variables to the correct locations within D:/multiverse2/multiverse but when I start the server it spews out a ton of stuff ending in the mysql connection error and starting with a completely wrong location for the .properties file within bin/mv_home/bin which even if the mv_home variable worked that wouldn't make sense but I think that .properties file location is the reason it's not loading the mysql connector correctly
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 7:00

pastebin.com/kQiZ3zTX

Had to use pastebin some weird setting about emails and links for 7 days on here

Well in the shell file itself I had to specify a default properties file the one that was there was really off so that's fixed and now I get this lovely mess retaining around the logging as far as I can tell at first glance.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 7:15

I believe I ran into this problem before (I think it has to do with the version of Java) something with how the log files are named and created...I will have try to find it for you tomorrow, I will not have time today.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 7:24

Ok well I got jdk 5 like recommended but I noticed my end version was 1.5_22 where as I think you guys had an earlier edition just let me know what version and I'll try that
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 7:35

It might not even be java it might have been python...I dont recall I just remember updating and having a similar problem I will compare my sh file with the default tomorrow and let you know what is different
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 7:37

Sure thanks. Just so you know I used all the python rhino connector etc jar files included in the package.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 12:09

I don't know if you'd be interested but do you guys use irc or would you be interested in adding me to msn I'd really appreciate whenever you have a bit of free time to tinker if you could work through this with me.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Fri 2 Dec - 18:03

The only error seems to be with writing a PROXY log Proxy_.out
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Sat 3 Dec - 10:42

update.multiverse.net/old-forum/viewtopic.php?t=4913&highlight=log4j+error+setfile+null+call+failed&theme=multiverse

This is the issue that I had and it was never really solved he just redid it on another machine and it worked lol mine is EXACTLY the same as this though.
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Sat 3 Dec - 15:46

LOL I did a bunch of changes to the shell file fixed all errors in the shell anyways and I end up with this -_-

domain server NOT RUNNING
login server NOT RUNNING
combat server NOT RUNNING
instance NOT RUNNING
object manager NOT RUNNING
world manager NOT RUNNING
proxy server RUNNING
mob server NOT RUNNING
voice server NOT RUNNING
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Sat 3 Dec - 15:56

HAPPY DAYS!!

domain server RUNNING
login server RUNNING
combat server RUNNING
instance RUNNING
object manager RUNNING
world manager RUNNING
proxy server RUNNING
mob server RUNNING
voice server RUNNING


For future reference I had to fix for the PROXY and WMGR startup's the AGENT NAME Variable to just wmgr and proxy instead of it changing the number constantly changed about 10 things total time to test a client Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Setting up on windows   Sat 3 Dec - 15:57

Wait nevermind it said this after... STARTUP FAILED -- didnt complete after 120 seconds.
Please stop server.


wtf lol
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