Edisubaru

[SOLVED] 0.9.4 - Cannot open file '@Exile\addons\exile_psycho_ikarus'

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Hi,

I can't start my server on linux (debian 8) with the new 0.9.4 update.
I got this error 

Cannot open file '/games/testarma3/@Exile\addons\exile_psycho_ikarus'

And then the server instantly stop loading.
(The @Exile folder is the new version and this is not a permission problem)
Anyone as the same problem ? 

Thanks

Edited by Edisubaru

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I don't know anything about linux but that directory path looks weird with both / / and \ \. May be normal for linux though. If not, I'd say that might be your problem?

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It worked well with 0.9.35 and on all my (0.9.35) log when it's start I can see the path of the loaded file and if it's an arma3 addon it's always with 

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Solved : I had to rename every pyscho file in @Exile folder without the caps he added and now it load fine :)

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3 hours ago, Edisubaru said:

@Tobias Solem


Cannot open file '/games/testarma3/@Exile\addons\exile_psycho_ikarus'

 

Important for linux user is one stuff. linux didnt know big letters.   so if you uploading mods to your server you can change the CAPS with a little tool on linux.

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apt-get install convmv

How to use is simple "       convmv -r --lower *     " any evrything in the folder who you are have small change to small words.

Guide https://www.j3e.de/linux/convmv/man/

Tar Files https://www.j3e.de/linux/convmv/

 

Hope it Helps if you have many mods.

 

 

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Linux knows capitals just fine, it is case-sensitive, and whoever wrote the file calls need to take that case-sensitivity into account.

Thanks for the tip tho.

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