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Warsheep

Startup probleme

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Used: Windows server 2012 re2 , clean arma/exile version

Problem: no arma logs/ no profiles files/ battleye kick script #8

without battleye its starts fine but no logs/profiles too

can anyone help me in this case? i think its a windows read/write files problem.


 

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Posted (edited)

ok i found my missing log files, they are in appdata/local/arma3

and my profiles are in document/users /user /arma 3,

but i dont understand why i have set it in the startup parameters

-cfg=C:\Games\Exile\ExileServer\Basic.cfg
-config=C:\Games\Exile\ExileServer\Config.cfg
-ranking=C:\Games\Exile\Ranking\Ranking.log
-bepath=C:\Games\Exile\BattlEye
-profiles=C:\Games\Exile\Exile

so why the files created in a other direction? 

ok found a way to set it right 

Now i only need to now why i get anytime kicked for script #8

Edited by Warsheep
my solution

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Posted (edited)

23.05.2016 06:20:46: Warsheep (92.78.108.42:2304) 58cfec1305a7ee3346139c8f3e96fdb7 - #8 "BIS_fnc_initPlayable","BIS_fnc_missionTimeLeft","BIS_fnc_deleteVehicleCrew","BIS_fnc_MP","BIS_fnc_MPexec","BIS_fnc_netId","BIS_f"

scripts.txt: http://pastebin.com/2kMRC6Rb

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Try:

!="BIS_fnc_initPlayable" !="BIS_fnc_missionTimeLeft" !="BIS_fnc_deleteVehicleCrew" !="BIS_fnc_MP" !="BIS_fnc_MPexec" !="BIS_fnc_netId" !="BIS_f"
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7 minutes ago, oSoDirty said:

Try:


!"BIS_fnc_initPlayable" !"BIS_fnc_missionTimeLeft" !"BIS_fnc_deleteVehicleCrew" !"BIS_fnc_MP" !"BIS_fnc_MPexec" !"BIS_fnc_netId" !"BIS_f"

Scripts.txt doesn't recognise "!" as an exception. It has to be "!="

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29 minutes ago, Mr Sin said:

Scripts.txt doesn't recognise "!" as an exception. It has to be "!="

Fixed in other post.

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