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  1. It may be just simple to compile the project yourself instead of following anything else explicitly. I want the getmangos.sh script to take care of everything for Linux OSes at least, but I always hear it's in a state of repair. More notes: From the guide you link: "You also need to grab and compile libace. You can get it from here. Extract it and read the instructions.They're pretty straight-forward. It should be named 'ACE-INSTALL.html' or something similar. https://download.dre.vanderbilt.edu/ ACE https://www.dre.vanderbilt.edu/~schmidt/ACE.html Maybe you can find a
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    Installing MySQL 5.7

    For using MySQL 8.0, all I had to do so far was update the password scheme for the database connection user(s). Working so far with minimal testing, you just need to run this SQL: The default was the caching_sha2_password scheme.
  3. I was going to reply but the process was long running. I saw that the issue was the linux package as she seems to realize now. I just following this guide for Windows which uses the Linux-style script and the more obvious Windows binaries: https://www.getmangos.eu/wiki/documentation/installation-guides/guideswindows/extracting-game-data-r20067/ That should help, and also I can report there is no current large issues with the three's client extraction tools. I can post my log and some details for reference as attachments. I have the result folders with files in them as you
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    Extracting Game Data

    Keep support in the forum on the site or in the Discord? Yes, that .sh file is a linux script and requires some form of bash on a Windows system, since it is already default on many Linux distros and Mac. There is Git bash of course which seems easy enough for most users already working with the project source code. There is also MinGW "Minimalist GNU for Windows". I use Cygwin, and now there is an improved second iteration of the Windows Subsystem for Linux. I actually hope we use more of these type of scripts as the stronger scripting language than Windows Batch we have e
  5. When he said latest patch like 1.12.1 for Zero then it seems not without personal effort.
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    Installing MySQL 5.7

    Those minor revisions are just patch releases to fix bugs or security issues, use the latest. AntzToday at 6:02 AM @Whyarp 5.7 is the ideal version, but we have done a lot of work recently to support 8.0 (not 100% tested though) [6:03 AM] of the 5.7.x versions, just grab the latest(edited) Ryan WadeToday at 6:03 AM Thank you Antz, much appreciated!
  7. That's a lot of dots... "I am trying to setup zero using the getmangos.sh script." So that would be a fresh install. Guides have you do: I took the script from here:, which I found on the CentOS 7 install guide: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mangoszero/server/master/linux/getmangos.sh Edited Wednesday at 10:08 AM by Mac Wheeler Now, we can download our installer: wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mangoszero/server/master/linux/getmangos.sh Set the permissions to be allowed to execute it: chmod 700 getmangos.sh And execute it: ./ge
  8. but getmangos is a contain all script, the guides tell you to just download that script directly, individually, and it does the rest?
  9. He shouldn't need that command though, you are just mentioned that's what the script does now?
  10. From the community help forum by Mac Wheeler, ported to here from The advice given to Mac should be checked that the script is following as well, checking out the git repo completely/recursively with all submodules and their contents properly downloaded.
  11. Right, which is why I originally didn't comment when I saw the post before Elms did, hence treating it as a bug report to investigate into further detail later.
  12. I almost mentioned the git command, but using getmangos.sh that should take care of everything.. I also use it from the Fedora guide and you grab that individually from GitHub, and it should download the code I think.
  13. Strange, never seen that before. Would guess network or storage drive issues, not permission though since you own the new directory.
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