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    Mangos founder & creator. Account for archive purposes only.

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  1. Not before the weekend, December is too work intense, so that under I hardly have spare time
  2. So you want to run mangos-zero on a Debian or Ubuntu server? Then this guide is for you. Here you will learn how to properly install all dependencies, and build mangos-zero for Debian 7 and Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS server. Introduction We do assume that you already have a basic minimal installation of Debian or Ubuntu available, and can login via SSH to an account which may install packages and make changes to the system configuration. Note: throughout the guide I will use the sudo command to execute commands with administrative rights. This is only needed if you do not work as root user.
  3. I will tryout the guide on the weekend and update my FreeBSD machine to version 9, and see how it goes :-) I really hope we can get stable FreeBSD support. After all, Linux and BSD are far better targets for running mangos.
  4. Hey, that is really awesome. I was just looking to upgrade my FreeBSD virtual machine to FreeBSD 9 for mangos. Do you run mangos there just for testing, or do you run in load, too? Would be interesting to see some stats how it performs during runtime of FreeBSD. Also, what about all the map tools? Do these build on FreeBSD?
  5. I'll be staying online as often as I can to seed, too.
  6. Yes, of course. A bit more seeders would be good though. There's just four people online, and one seeding.
  7. Does Mangos support Ace addons as in will retail addons be compatible with Mangos server? You can pretty much use any addon which worked on retail servers. E.g. this site still has a lots of addons for vanilla WoW, and they do work. To test our changes/fixes/tweaks or just learn how Mangos works we need to setup a local server? Is there a guide how to setup the latest Mango revision server? It is very much recommended. Personally I can recommend running mangos under Linux, as it works very well there, and setup is less work than under Windows. If you have a Linux server or a VirtualBox mac
  8. Is there a way to work only on Vanilla WoW? Yes, of course. mangos is split into four distinct versions, one for vanilla WoW named mangos-zero, one for the Burning Crusade named mangos-one, one for Wrath of the Lich King, named mangos-wotlk, and finally one for the Cataclysm, which is available as mangos. Thus you simply may head to mangos-zero on github, and check out the code there for the server, scripts, and the database to start enjoying vanilla WoW. Is Mangos striving to be Blizzlike or it's not important? mangos is striving for a gameplay which is similar to the gameplay on official
  9. BTW: This should be the default for any table.
  10. I meant that Windows usually can not use Bash as it does not have it. Forgot that git includes Bash on Windows.
  11. The mysql_ files are Unix-only importers for the mangos-zero database. You can not use them on Windows. Currently for Windows it is only possible to import table by table if you want to use the zero darabase.
  12. You could also provide a default value for expansion to avoid having the user enter an expansion.
  13. Private life is going on. That's pretty much it. Most of us are busy with work, etc. and have not a single minute left for MaNGOS. What all of you should have learned by the time being here: whatever happens here, everyone can learn to submit stuff and do stuff. I always wonder why 90% of the community prefer waiting over becoming active. This is an issue we always suffered from *sigh*
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