That isn't a problem, because I can overwrite/upload files into FTP. Even when the server owner/administrator have changed the Ply name line, after restarting the dedi it was still saying "host". Seems that dedi overwrites the files automatically after relaunch
However, when I downloaded all the stuff from the server with settings etc and run it, then it showed the text which I had entered in Ply name line. Maybe something is wrong with the server?
Everything is fine until after i type in "ipconfig" after that, you say to "click" application and gaming. Well there is nothing to click, all it says is my IP information but nothing clickable, any suggestions?
Are you editing setup.cfg and adding the /invisible=yes line?
Try adding the following to ~/.wine/config, under the [wine] stanza
Be aware that if you use WINE for other applications this might screw them up.
Wine does not use ~/.wine/config anymore, see docs.
For using Wine without X server add:
in file ~/.wine/user.reg
Faikez: It seems to me, that X-server is not running, try the above.
EDIT: I just checked, that wine complains even if "/dedicated=invisible" option is set, it works fine with ttydriver. If ttydriver does not work, you could use "virtual" Xvfb x-server.
Try to install:
If it doesn't work:
- What is your wine version? (wine --version)
- Did you compile wine for 64bit or do you use 32bit pre-compiled package?
- Does "wine notepad" command work (try it without tty driver)?
- wine 0.9.30
- i installed wine_0.9.30-1_amd64.deb, libwine_0.9.30-1_amd64.deb, libc6
- notepad command does not work (module not found wine failed with return code 126)
- xlibs-dev cant install (depends to another package)
- other libs are installed
First of all, you have to have working wine, it can be tested by the "wine notepad" command. If this doesn't work, then there is something wrong with your wine configuration/instalation. There can be several reasons for it (especially on a 64bit architecture). It's far beyond a scope of this thread to solve wine specific problems, I think .
My recommendation is: uninstall wine (purge it ideally), backup your configuration (~/.wine directory), then delete it (rm -r ~/.wine). Install a clean new actual version of wine (0.9.31). Run "winecfg" program, it creates a new ~/.wine directory. Try "wine notepad".
I still recommend, first of all get the notepad working with "real" x-windows. One more thing, if you are connecting to your linux machine (debian64) from another PC (pc) and you run x-application (wine notepad, xterm, ...), then x-server must running on the PC. There are other, more complicated methods, like VNC, see this thread.
Hi, my dedicated server appears in lfsworld.net (racers & hosts online) but not appears in the LFS browser
I also try to create a server inside the game, friends search me inside LFS and it shows that the server is running with me inside. But they can't connect.
This is not the first server I created in my PC. I created servers for other games without problems (TO, Wolf ET, SWAT4, AA...). I check all things that are explained here (router ports opened, xp firewall disabled, kaspersky shut down...) but all times the same, I can see the server in lfsworld and i can't see in LFS.
I have and XP with SP2 and a US Robotics 4 ports router. Any idea that what is my mistake?
PS: Sorry if the solution is replied in this thread. My english is bad and its hard to me to understand all.
Is there any way to ban by user id instead of typing in the user's name? I had to try and get rid of a wrecker but he cleverly typed in some character that prevented me from getting a valid response to the ban command. In fact, he cloned the name of another player beforehand, which was "I have" and I tried the obvious alternative "l have" but that did not work. I'm not even going to try typing in colors or alternative character sets...
I think that LFS bans works using the license name, not the nick in game. So if you play the demo you can't do this. To see the license name in S1 and S2 you must press SHIFT+CTRL in game, in the list that appear when you press the "N" key.