gnif

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  1. It seems there is a bug in the Linux build of `xm8.so` with locating the `ExileXM8Key.cfg` on the disk. Using `strace` it can be seen that `xm.so` is attempting to open the file using a relative path, which is incorrect as the current working directory is `/home/steam/arma3`. Clearly the file exists as `stat` succeeds. steam@arma:~$ strace ./start.sh 2>&1 | grep ExileXM8Key stat64("/home/steam/arma3/@ExileServer/ExileXM8Key.cfg", {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=81, ...}) = 0 stat64("/home/steam/arma3/@ExileServer/ExileXM8Key.cfg", {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=81, ...}) = 0 open("ExileXM8Key.cfg", O_RDONLY) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory) Please advise. Edit: I worked around this bug by sym-linking the file in the arma3 directory: ln -s \@ExileServer/ExileXM8Key.cfg ./ While I am at it, can I please request that xm.so be rebuilt against libcrypto 1.1 as 1.0 is quite old and most modern distributions have dropped support for it.
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    [UPDATE] ExAd v1.0.4

    You do not need to have access to their project to make changes, fork it.
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    ExileZ 2 / Ryan's Zombies

    I had the same problem and just figured it out, it is Linux specific due to case sensitivity. The mod name doesn't matter, but the directory inside the mod needs to be renamed to lower case from "Addons" to "addons"
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    [UPDATE] ExAd v1.0.4

    I appreciate the efforts the developers here have put in to make ExAd 1.0.4 compatible, but what I do not understand is the following: Git is not in use anymore making it next to impossible for other devs to contribute fixes. You renamed all files to lower-case, this breaks this mod entirely under case sensitive operating systems (Linux). Please "fork" the original project on GitHub and apply your changes to it there, and please revert the rename of the files to make this operate again under Linux.