Same problem, but under Win.
Opened both UDP and TCP of 63392 and 29339, server is on the master server list, gets packages but everyone gets timed out saying did not receive track info. I can also connect to the server in local.
I can see the host in LFSW online hosts, but not in game.
I'd still say if you want proper PC speakers buy a used promedia or promedia ultra, good stuff Mine is in her 8th year, and still sounds tight and clear, and hopefully will do so for the next 8 years as well. knock-knock-knock.
If it was a real nasty one, I let them past but not if they rev it like 2 mins in the sand to get out. It's a nice gesture to let them go by, but it won't really change the fact you knocked them out, so unless it's a really nasty hit (without too much time loss) there's no need to be that kind on a race track.
Hi there. Beside racing in nFinity eSports, I drive under a hungarian team in the Hungarian S2 League. Freshly made, called Copyright with 4 hungarian members, norbi, the Talmacsi brothers and me. Since we are not skinning pros we have a hard time making skins and most importantly they are nowhere near the standards of the team.
We are looking for a skinner who could help us out with the skins. Unfortunately all we can offer is putting it on a car thats driven by the multiple hungarian LFS and Seat Leon Supercup champion Norbi Kiss, and 2007 125ccm World Champion Gabor Talmacsi.
If you feel you are the right one for the job, you can contact me via pm or msn.
ps: oh yea, and we are looking for a 'serious' skinner, not paint warriors
I have a few comments about the league, mostly for next season, only because this ROC type of racing can really be enjoyable, good to watch and also professional.
First of all, you want go give more people points in the qualifying rounds, to make sure you will have the amount qualified by points you want to have in the main event.
Even in the qualifying rounds, you have to make it look professional. No need for childish chatting, and behaviour, neither with friends or anyone else. When you do a league, you are the boss, the participants are only equal racers, nothing else. They HAVE TO DO whatever you say. And you have to tell them what to do, or it will end up like it ended up in both qual and main event, a mad house tbh.
Few small things, like sticking to the timetable, and PW the server an hour before the event.
The qual rounds could have been good, but with a much more strict admin job.
The system of the main event was messed up. You don't give others time to practice, at least not in that format. Asking for set during the event? Sry whoever it was, but how noobish is that? We also had fixed setups given by the admin. After each race the drivers had to send the setup back to the admin, so he could recheck them to avoid cheating.
The layout.. when I saw it I was a bit disappointed.
As for an example, this is what our ROC event layout looked like: (last years lfs.hu ROC)
Inside line made of tyres or cones. You hit em, you get a penalty. Simple as 1*1.
Also, we rolled to the star line, then admin counted down, we started. These are small things that makes the event look more organized, and professional.
Then the brackets. After each round we had a bracket updated by the admin, with the times and stuff, and posted on forums. Looked like this:
Also, each matchup had a random car of 3, decided by a random generator and the finals was a best of 3. Basically, this is kinda like the real ROC, but man it was fun as hell.
I have future ideas about ROC type racing, cause as I said before, This can be really enjoyable and while being fun, also can be professional. But everything have to start somewhere, and this thing has the potential in it and has lots of room to improve.