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can't Bans.txt

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Hi,

I have banned with command map/player 2 guys, but i made a mistake for one of them.

I am unable to find location of bans.txt on my dedicated server (linux heberged), the BattlEye/Bans.txt is empty.

I have not infistar.

Someone can help me? I have not found a working answer with google or serch here...

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You will have 2 BattlEye folders. The one in root is normally not the one you need. Where the other one is depends on your host but, normally they are in some kind of profile folder.

The easiest way is to either search for bans.txt or look at your startup parameters as the startup params will show the path to the active BE folder.

Edited by BaroN

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I have searches in my Arma Root folder but no file bans.txt

BaroN, wich file do i search for startup params? There is nothing about ban in my config.cfg and server.cfg

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I'm guessing you're on a managed server rather than a dedicated.... Somewhere in your control panel there should be a tab or page to show you something called startup parameters or, launch parameters or, startup commands etc... It will have stuff in it like -mod= and -servermod= it will also have the BattlEye path in it 

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Yes :

-serverMod=@ExileServer\;@AdvancedUrbanRappelling\;@AdvancedTowing\; -mod=@Exile -autoinit -config=@ExileServer/config.cfg

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Put a "bans.txt" file in your be-folder.

touch bans.txt

Pay attention to the right owner and file permissions.  If necessary change...

chown yourexileserveruser:yourexileserverusergroup bans.txt 

chmod 644 bans.txt

Attention! Filename is case-sensitive! "Bans.txt" is not "bans.txt".

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2 hours ago, BaroN said:
20 minutes ago, Capu said:

Put a "bans.txt" file in your be-folder.



touch bans.txt

Pay attention to the right owner and file permissions.  If necessary change...



chown yourexileserveruser:yourexileserverusergroup bans.txt 

chmod 644 bans.txt

Attention! Filename is case-sensitive! "Bans.txt" is not "bans.txt".

I have already a file bans.txt in BE folder, but he is empty, and guy is banned...

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