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RPT logs don't exist?

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Unless these puny text files in the SC folder are them, I have no idea where they are, or if they even exist.

I'm on a ubuntu server.  I need to figure out why I'm getting a bunch of mission errors, which arn't written to the SC folder files.

I've looked up and down my arma 3 server folder so...

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When you launch your server, make sure to redirect the output to a logfile, like this (for example):

./arma3server >>/home/exile/logs/server.rpt 2>&1

 

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On 28.12.2015 at 9:04 PM, Tobias Solem said:

When you launch your server, make sure to redirect the output to a logfile, like this (for example):

./arma3server >>/home/exile/logs/server.rpt 2>&1

 

I have a Arma 3 Linux Server but no RPT logs are generated for linux servers why?

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10 minutes ago, ZZK-Gaming said:

I have a Arma 3 Linux Server but no RPT logs are generated for linux servers why?

You just quoted how to generate RPT-logs...

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29 minutes ago, Tobias Solem said:

You just quoted how to generate RPT-logs...

this here (  ./arma3server >>/home/exile/logs/server.rpt 2>&1  )   ?

 

./arma3server   >>/home/exile/logs/server.rpt 2>&1 debug -name=server -config=config.cfg -port=2302 -autoinit -profiles -mod="@exile;@allinarmaterrainpack;@cup_vehicles;@asdg_jr;@cup_weapons;@ryanzombies" -servermod="@exileserver;@infistar_exile;@marma;"

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Yes. Change:  /home/exile/logs/server.rpt   to fit whatever you want the log to be named, a tip is to use the date and time-variables in Linux to make it more dynamic.

 

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1 hour ago, Tobias Solem said:

Yes. Change:  /home/exile/logs/server.rpt   to fit whatever you want the log to be named, a tip is to use the date and time-variables in Linux to make it more dynamic.

 

./arma3server /home/arma3/arma3/logs/server.rpt debug -name=server -config=config.cfg -port=2302 -autoinit -profiles

 

is this right?

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4 minutes ago, ZZK-Gaming said:

./arma3server >>/home/arma3/arma3/logs/server.rpt 2>&1  debug -name=server -config=config.cfg -port=2302 -autoinit -profiles

 

is this right?

Fixed it for you

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1 hour ago, Tobias Solem said:

Fixed it for you

thx^^ :D and for infiSTAR Logs?

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15 minutes ago, ZZK-Gaming said:

thx^^ :D and for infiSTAR Logs?

That's Windows-only since the logging is handled by an external .DLL (binary) which is not compatible with Linux.

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