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Autoinit is supported only for persistent missions Error

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I am unable to fix this error, even after going through the complete server guide twice, all I can think of is that it is not reading the config.cfg file that it is meant to be, my start batch file looks like this:

@echo off
color 0a
title Server Starter
:Serverstart
echo Launching Server
F:
cd "F:\Games\server\exile\Server"
echo Watching DTG Arma 3 Exile Server
start "Arma3" /min /wait arma3server.exe -mod=@Exile;Kart,Mark,Heli; -servermod=@ExileServer; -config="F:\Games\server\exile\Server\@ExileServer\config.cfg" -port=2302 -profiles=SC -cfg="F:\Games\server\exile\Server\@ExileServer\basic.cfg" -name=SC -autoinit
ping 127.0.0.1 -n 15 >NUL
echo Server with Exile has exited ... Restarting!
ping 127.0.0.1 -n 5 >NUL
cls
goto Serverstart

 

Any ideas?

Edited by Master0r0

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Sounds like a issue with description.ext file in your mission file. 

Please post your RPT log files, we cannot tell you what the error is caused by without any logs. 

This specific error can be caused by a thousand things, but usually it's caused by a syntax error somewhere. 

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I am having the same issue built 5 servers now all with the same issue.

I upgrade my gaming server and that works fine, but a clean install is broken >:(

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Same here i have decided to do a clean install, what a mistake now there is no way for me to throw up a server. Been down for more then 24 hours.

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@Master0r0

Check the following:

  1. Your launch file directories as up to date (Mine were broken)
  2. Your SQL user account is correct (EDG's was broken)

:)

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I have a problem with my data base i had people do stuff for me and they missed the data base part. S. help me for that and it solved my shit. So make sure your data base is setup ok.

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@Master0r0

Check the following:

  1. Your launch file directories as up to date (Mine were broken)
  2. Your SQL user account is correct (EDG's was broken)

:)

So you solved your problem.

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@EDG I have bee starting at that that code for the last 5 hours. Eventually everything just blurs together.

But it's fixed ad the new guide is out ^_^

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