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SpaceWeed

extDB2 could not be found

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Hello, 

I am trying to run a dedicated server on the same machine I game on. But now I ran into something, and I can't figure it out. I posted a pastebin with the lastest serverlog (rpt). And the second link is something interesting from the log.

Link 1: Full log
Link 2: Interesting part of the log.

https://pastebin.com/2XSBMWLE
https://pastebin.com/rZMUxe5Z

EDIT: I forgot to tell my problem, lol.
I can load into the server, but then I look into the grass. After some time, I get kicked. 

EDIT 2: I checked the folder in ExileServer. The extDB logs, the server said I should check there to see what went wrong. The problem is, there are no logs in there.

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I did this.

1) download the mySQL installer, install mySQL.

2) set a password for the root (master) account

3) download HeidiSQL and connect to your mySQL server.

4) using HeidiSQL, create a new database named exile

5) using HeidiSQL, import the exile.sql file that is in the mysql folder inside your @ExileServer folder you downloaded.

6) in @exileserver open extdb-conf

7) at the bottom set the user name and passwords appropriately.

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1 hour ago, SpaceWeed said:

Hello, 

I am trying to run a dedicated server on the same machine I game on. But now I ran into something, and I can't figure it out. I posted a pastebin with the lastest serverlog (rpt). And the second link is something interesting from the log.

Link 1: Full log
Link 2: Interesting part of the log.

https://pastebin.com/2XSBMWLE
https://pastebin.com/rZMUxe5Z

EDIT: I forgot to tell my problem, lol.
I can load into the server, but then I look into the grass. After some time, I get kicked. 

EDIT 2: I checked the folder in ExileServer. The extDB logs, the server said I should check there to see what went wrong. The problem is, there are no logs in there.

did you set up your Database properlly ?

 

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