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  1. BUG: Server crashes if you increase skill beyond 230

    Title: Server crashes if you increase skill beyond 230 Class: "Bug" Date: 2/21/2017 Reported By: Maverickz Product: ACEmu Version: Not even sure how to check, it is not reported when starting the server. Is it reproducible: Yes Description =========== Unhandled Exception: System.ArguementOutOfRangeException. Index was out of range. Steps to Produce/Reproduce -------------------------- Log into the game client, use @grantxp to grant yourself lots of XP and use it to max out the run skill (easier to get around). If you stop at skill 230 everything is fine. But if you go to 235 then try to run, the server crashes with the aforementioned error. Not sure if this really needs to be raised right now, since I am sure this would get found and fixed once someone starts working on the skills but I thought I would let you guys know anyway.
  2. Getting Started with the ACEmu Server

    It appears that you have already run the file "2017_02_07_character_stats_xp_fields.sql" that is why all of the fields that it is trying to add are duplicates and all the fields that it is trying to remove do not exist. So ignore this. As far as logging out, as you have found the "Exit to Character Selection" does not work at all. The "Exit Game" will work, but ONLY if you have NOT already tried to Exit to Character Selection first. For some reason once you try to Exit to Char Select it then also breaks Exit Game until the next time you log in.
  3. Now what?

    Awesome, that worked perfectly. Thanks.
  4. Getting Started with the ACEmu Server

    [QUOTE=Holtburg;n449]Is there a way to raise skills and attributes?[/QUOTE] Yes and no. You can but it does not persist once you log off. You can use the grantxp command (@grantxp in the latest merge) to grant xp then spend it as you wish. 4000000000 seems to be about the largest number you can grant per command. Anything higher gives an error. You can issue the command multiple times though. I sometimes do this and spend it all on Run and Jump. Also in the latest code merge you can increase these skills to 230 safely. At some point beyond 230 it will cause the server to crash.
  5. Getting Started with the ACEmu Server

    The problem is probably that by default the Config.json file missing. Go into the \Source\ACE\ folder, find the file named Config.json.example rename it to Config.json then edit that file to the correct settings. Then it should compile correctly. NOTE: Once compiled, you can make changes to the deployed version of the Config.json file without needing to recompile.
  6. Now what?

    I checked that table and there is not an "isAdmin" field. I tried adding one as BIT(1), NOT NULL, Default 0. I then changed it to 1 and still no joy. Can you tell me what data type isAdmin is using in your version?
  7. DarkerTide

    I guess for me the question would be in what context are you asking this question? If you are asking in the context of a server you plan on hosting and what settings should it use, then I think the suggestions provided already are a good start. If you are asking in the context of what the emulator itself should support, then ideally I would say it should ultimately support pretty much everything, and allow features to be enabled or disabled as desired by the server hoster.
  8. Client Help (A tale of two clients)

    OK never mind, I got it working. I had modified the Shortcut created on installation and changed the target appropriately. I finally realized that the default shortcut did NOT set the "Start In" field of the shortcut. Once I put "C:\Turbine\Asheron's Call" in the "Start In" box it started working perfectly.
  9. Client Help (A tale of two clients)

    So I followed the Getting started instructions and got the server and db setup, the account created, ports opened, etc. I then downloaded the client and dat files from the "ACEmu FAQ" thread and installed and updated the dat files. When I try to run this new client using the proper connection string, I get a message "Can't open the data files. Check that they exist and that you have permission to write to them.". I did make sure that they existed and that I have write permissions to the entire Turbine folder and all contents, but this error persists. Since this didn't work I tried using my very old client (dat files from 8/15/2005, acclient.exe file from 7/22/2005). With this client the AC Title window appears but neither the Connect progress nor the Update progress bars ever move. It just hangs there. I am assuming because this client is too old. I would appreciate any advice to get either/any client working. If it helps I still have my original Dark Majesty installation media that I could use for a fresh, but old, install.
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