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  1. onixiya

    Installing MySQL

    My server is working on 5.7.25 so you can use that.
  2. onixiya

    Installing MySQL

    Use mysql 5.6 or 5.7. Other versions don't really work with mangos or a lot of other cores.
  3. I've had problems with getmangos.sh, also this could just be "Installing ACE on linux" instead of implying its specific to centos
  4. Just want to check, did you build from the source or use a release?
  5. You might want to check the db for this setting. I think its somewhere in realmd or maybe world.
  6. Manually compile bzip2 and install it. https://sourceforge.net/projects/bzip2/files/ I haven't used centos so compiling and all that is for you to work out. Since you managed to compile ace, this shouldn't be a problem. On a side note, i've had issues with getmangos.sh so i would suggest compiling it without using the script.
  7. What debian are you on? For example, stretch or jessie.
  8. Also if you installed the guest stuff on it, you should be able to link the folder from windows to your vm. No copying necessary
  9. You gotta copy all of the wow files to your vm. It doesn't matter where as long as you can read and write to it.
  10. Use InstallDatabases.sh and toggle only updates
  11. Vmaps should be easy. Its mmaps thats the problem
  12. Weird then. What OS is the server on? If possible send me a copy of it.
  13. It should be in where you installed it under tools. For example, if mangos is installed in /home/onixiya/mangos0 it will be at /home/onixiya/mangos0/tools
  14. This is caused by warden. If you don't care about anti-cheat and extra security, just disable it. Look near the bottom of mangosd.conf to see the warden settings. It should be self explanatory on how to change it.

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