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  1. Awesome work! Did some research on the tracker and found similar issues with this. Hopefully this gets merged soon.
  2. Welcome to the community Juggernaut! Contribution big or small is always welcomed. Hope to see some of your commits in the near futures.
  3. Changed Status to Confirmed Changed Implemented Version to Unset Changed Milestone to Unset Changed Priority to Normal Changed Main Category to Realm Daemon
  4. How to reproduce this issue as shown above on any client locale. Not restricted to French Locale. Set your RealmZone other then 0. Start your Realm Daemon. Login to any account and view the RealmList window. (If you only have one realm, nothing will appear)
  5. @DaveJ61 A number of reason can cause this problem on Linux Systems. Here's a list that could be the cause but not limited too: Application doesn't have permission to run Application can't run properly do to missing libraries Mismatch between 32-bit and 64-bit libraries (should run, but could cause problems) Missing libraries after upgrading system image Can you look at your journal when trying to run the extractor tools and see what error are being throwing with better details on what is going on. Command to do that is journalctl -x. Linux dumps good logs if you know where to look. I hope this might help.
  6. Both Oregon & Mangos (TBC), have different database structures; but doesn't mean it can't be migrated over. I've done a few migrations from Oregon to Mangos, but you do risk of corrupt character data to be honest.
  7. We can close it, but should keep the post in case someone has the same issue. Might be best to post how you fixed it as well. Someone else might make use of this as well.
  8. Welcome to the Community @Fall Flower!
  9. Hello, This is a common map file that likes to cause issues on most cores. Dealt with it many times before. Have you tried to re-run the extractors to pull fresh map data? Also, you can find the '0004331.map' in the extracted folder and replace it with the old file in your other folder. Sometimes this helps, if the file is corrupted during copying to another location. Make sure you are using the correct extractors for the choosing version. If you have the same issue, let us know.
  10. Description: During logging out, some races will be able to logout instantly within city limits and others won't be able to logout instantly. Current behaviour: I have a Alliance character in Stormwind City, able to logout instantly anywhere in the city. The other character Horde in Undercity and has to wait 20 seconds before logging out. Expected behaviour: All characters within any city , should be able to logout instantly. Steps to reproduce the problem: Create a Horde & Alliance character Place them in their Faction City Attempt to logout ??? Operating system: Win10/Ubuntu 16.04
  11. This looks like the issues I temp fixed some months ago, which wasn't fully fixed. The use of .server shutdown 0 or .server restart 0. This is from the server unable to use the call function from 0. As I recall, I believe this is on all cores. Tips: Try using a high number then 0
  12. Arcemu has something like this already. I recommend you looking on Arcemu side for it.
  13. [quote=Talendrys]Hi Titan, can you try this bug fix and provides feedback ? :-) [url]https://github.com/Warkdev/server/commit/69982e8767d9f65d60e0bc8a2b85cb48f21a8ae3[/url] Thanks.[/quote] Talendrys, this posted fix, is hacky.. Shouldn't call exposed data like that.. Plus is fix was taken from Silverpine Project, which no credits were given.
  14. This is included by default. I can use SOAP in Zero just fine on Unix. Reason of the message, because it's most likely not turned on via config file.
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