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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:01 pm    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

Cheese wrote:
is there another way to get it there?


Something besides levelfiles?

Cheese wrote:
and i dont see where the ship names (the top part) is used, where might that be used?


Esc menu perhaps.

Have you tried any of this yourself?
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:56 pm    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

yep, its the ingame esc menu

this is pretty cool, why dont any zones make use of this?
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:42 pm    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

I thought it only had to do with replacing the ship's image on the menu... didn't know about the descriptions, that's pretty neat.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 4:14 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

shipinfo.dat and ships.bm2 are also used in the zone list if "custom zone ships" is enabled.
They can not be contained in a .lvz for this to work however
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PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2011 12:07 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

so im trying to compile the core from the repository on linux, and its not going very well

so what is the purpose of each of the following dirs?

asss
asss/dist
asss/test

which should be the home dir?
where should the bin, arenas and conf dirs be?
why is the directory structure completely different than the windows installation?
where is there a place that explains these things?

ive managed to get a somewhat bastardized version to compile and run, sort of, but it dies during module loading as follows:

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/asss/scripts$ ./run-asss
*** ASSS started
asss 1.5.0 built at May 26 2011 20:57:38
Loading modules...
I <cmod> loading C module 'unixsignal' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'deadlock' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'prng' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'logman' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'mainloop' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'config' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'log_file' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'playerdata' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'lagdata' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'bw_default' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'net' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'chatnet' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'arenaman' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'mapdata' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'capman' from 'internal'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/mod.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/smod.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/sysop.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/sysop.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/mine.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/default.txt'
I <cmod> loading C module 'mapnewsdl' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'core' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'clientset' from 'internal'
I <cmod> loading C module 'persist' from 'scoring'
db_env_create: Permission denied
E <cmod> error loading module 'persist'
Unrecoverable error (5): Error in loading module 'scoring:persist'
*** ASSS exited: Error loading modules

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PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2011 6:08 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

The directory structure also looks like that on windows.
If someone makes a release they compile it and move the contents of dist/ one directory up.
If you download a linux tarball you will see the same directory structure as you are used to

test/ is just a bunch of random code used to develop complex code isolated from the bigger application.
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PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2011 6:40 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

The idea is that you symlink the asss/bin directory into a zone directory structure. asss/dist has the directory structure, so you can run it from there, but I'd recommend making a new one (outside asss) so you don't get conflicts when updating the repository.
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 2:01 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

i found out why persist wasnt loading, i had copied the old data folder from a win32 system.
i made a new empty data folder, and it worked

however, it now dies trying to load the security module as follows:
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E <cmod> can't find file: security
Unrecoverable error (5): Error in loading module 'security:security'
*** ASSS exited: Error loading modules


...so its looking like security.so isnt included?
and theres no source files, so its not going to be built either?
is it supposed to be the scrty files?

and im still getting this during load, even though the files exist in conf/groupdef:
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I <cmod> loading C module 'capman' from 'internal'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/mod.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/smod.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/sysop.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/sysop.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/mine.txt'
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(null)', name 'groupdef/default.txt'
I <cmod> loading C module 'mapnewsdl' from 'internal'


my dir structure looks like this atm:
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/asss$ ls
arenas  bin  build  clients  conf  data  dataOLD  dist  doc  log  lvz  maps  news.txt  scripts  scrty  scrty1  src  test  tmp


would i be getting these errors because im doing /asss$ cd scripts/ and then doing /asss/scripts$ ./run-asss?
because if i try to do /asss$ scripts/run-asss it dies with the generic
"This directory doesn't look like a valid zone directory."
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 8:14 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

See here: http://forums.minegoboom.com/viewtopic.php?t=8850

Also, edit scripts/run-asss to have the right path for your asss directory.
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 10:44 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

already saw that, does this mean that it doesnt exist yet?


it runs now, but it does lots of fun stuff, like this:
W <mapnewsdl> news file 'news.txt' not found in current directory
W <config> Can't find file for arena '(public)', name 'conf/cfg/highlag.conf'
W <mapnewsdl> {0} can't load level file, falling back to tinymap.lvl


also, for lulz, i wrote this, which noone else has bothered to write for some reason:
http://wiki.minegoboom.com/index.php/Installing_ASSS_on_Linux
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

Pretty much everything you wrote there is wrong. Just FYI. Afraid I don't have time to correct it, though. First two steps are ok. Last step is ok, minus the cp part.
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

theres nothing to correct, all steps are required
half the files are in the dist folder
there is no security.so
there is no scoring.so, and the stuff is commented out in the repository modules.conf

nothing is wrong, thats what it takes to get it running










also, my file structure is exactly the same as my other machine and yet on linux im trying to figure out why its not finding my maps and etc
in an arena.conf i have:
#include conf/cfg/highlag.conf
General:Map=maps/map.lvl
its not finding either
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

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If installed, you should find the locations of your Python, MySQL, and other dependencies before you begin.


BDB?

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First, you need to clone the files from the ASSS repository.

    hg clone https://bitbucket.org/grelminar/asss ../asss



Fine, except possibly the .. part.

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Then, after the files have transferred, you will need to build the program files from source code.

    cd src
    mv system.mk.dist system.mk


Misleading, but ok.

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If you have Python or MySQL installed, you must point the compiler at them.

    vim system.mk


What about BDB?

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Find the following lines and change them to their respective locations

    MYSQL_HOME = /opt/mysql
    PYTHON_HOME = /usr


and DB_HOME?

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If you do NOT have Python or MySQL installed, you must comment out the following lines, by adding a # in front of them:

    have_bdb := yes
    have_mysql := yes
    have_python := yes


What about BDB?

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Then build the files.

    make


Fine.

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You will then get to watch a nice wall of spam.
Because the developers wanted to be able to update everything on a server already running ASSS, you must now copy all the files into their proper locations.

    cd dist
    mv arenas ../arenas
    mv clients ../clients
    mv conf ../conf
    mv maps ../maps
    mv news.txt ../news.txt
    mv scrty ../scrty
    mv scrty1 ../scrty1



Wrong on every level. Did you completely ignore what I wrote about symlinking bin/ into a directory structure?

cp -R dist ~/my_zone
ln -s bin ~/my_zone (may need tweaking, I don't have a linux box to test with)

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Since the security module does not exist yet, you will have to go into modules.conf

    comment out security:security
    comment out security:enc_cont
    uncomment enc_null


Also misleading, but ok.

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Since the scoring module apparently does not exist yet, you will have to copy scoring.so from a preexisting server into your bin directory.

    new server owners are screwed
    all scoring:* are already commented out
    hope you don't like points


Either you missed a compile error, or you intentionally disabled the scoring module by disabling have_bdb. Either way, don't blame us for it.

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Update ASSSHOME with the path to your ASSS root directory.

    cd scripts
    vim run-asss


path is wrong, since you totally screwed up your directory.

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For ease of access, you may want to move the run-asss script to the root directory.

    mv run-asss ../run [optional, update ASSSHOME]


Again, you've screwed up your directory structure.
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 8:30 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

This is what I do on ubuntu (just tested this on ubuntu server 10.10 x86_64):

$ sudo apt-get install build-essential python python-dev mercurial libdb4.8-dev mysql-client libmysqlclient-dev gdb nano

$ hg clone https://bitbucket.org/grelminar/asss ~/asss-trunk
Place the following code in ~/asss-trunk/src/system.mk
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debug := yes
opt := no
prof := no
link_db_statically := no
symlink_bins := yes
have_bdb := yes
have_mysql := yes
have_python := yes

ASSSHOME = ..
BINDIR = $(ASSSHOME)/bin
BUILDDIR = $(ASSSHOME)/build
SCRIPTS = $(ASSSHOME)/scripts
PYMOD_HEADERS = $(wildcard */*.h)
INSTALL := install
LN := ln
PYTHON := python
REALPATH := readlink -f

DB_HOME = /usr
DB_INC = $(DB_HOME)/include
DB_LIB = $(DB_HOME)/lib
DB_CFLAGS = -I$(DB_INC)
ifneq ($(link_db_statically),yes)
DB_LDFLAGS = -L$(DB_LIB) -Wl,-rpath,$(DB_LIB) -ldb-4
else
DB_LDFLAGS = $(DB_LIB)/libdb.a
endif

MYSQL_HOME = /usr
MYSQL_INC = /usr/include/mysql
MYSQL_LIB = /usr/lib/mysql
MYSQL_CFLAGS = -I$(MYSQL_INC)
MYSQL_LDFLAGS = -L$(MYSQL_LIB) -Wl,-rpath,$(MYSQL_LIB) -lmysqlclient_r

PYTHON_HOME = /usr
PYTHON_VERSION = 2.6
PYTHON_INC = $(PYTHON_HOME)/include/python$(PYTHON_VERSION)
PYTHON_LIB = $(PYTHON_HOME)/lib/python$(PYTHON_VERSION)
PYTHON_CFLAGS = -I$(PYTHON_INC)
PYTHON_LDFLAGS = -L$(PYTHON_LIB)/config -lpython$(PYTHON_VERSION) $(UTIL_LIB) -lm


$ cd ~/asss-trunk/src
$ make deps && make

$ uname -m
Place the 32 or 64 bit security.so in ~/asss-trunk/bin

$ cp -R ~/asss-trunk/dist ~/zone
$ ln -s ~/asss-trunk/bin ~/zone/bin
$ cd ~/zone

Modify your configuration files, to run type:
$ bin/asss

Always run using bin/asss never "asss", this is needed to have the correct working directory.

The run-asss script can also be useful (needed for ?recyclezone, etc):
$ cp ~/asss-trunk/scripts/run-asss ~/zone/run-asss
$ nano ~/zone/run-asss
Change line 6 to:
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ASSSHOME=$HOME/zone

$ chmod +x ~/zone/run-asss

If you are using a ssh terminal you may want to run it using:
$ nohup ~/zone/run-asss &
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

point is, i can see why so few people are running this




Dr Brain wrote:

Either you missed a compile error, or you intentionally disabled the scoring by disabling have_bdb


nope, nope, and nope
perhaps its just disabled by default


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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 8:51 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

You only need to do this if you want the latest trunk version.

You could just download the latest release, unzip it and run it. no compiling needed.
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 9:16 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

didnt he release non-rc 1.5.0 somewhere? :<

so should i just dl a copy, pirate the security.so, and then delete everything?

edit: nope, that just gives this:
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I <cmod> loading C module 'security' from 'security'
Illegal instruction
*** ASSS exited: Got signal 4, restarting...


edit2: was bored so tried the 32bit version too for lulz
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I <cmod> loading C module 'security' from 'security'
E <cmod> error in dlopen: asss/bin/security.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32
Unrecoverable error (5): Error in loading module 'security:security'
*** ASSS exited: Error loading modules


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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 9:32 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

Are you sure you downloaded the correct architecture? (32 / 64 bit)
"uname -a" may help
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 9:35 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

yep
made sure of it too
see above


also doesnt this makefile do make deps automatically when u do make?
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

if I recall correctly, you need to run make deps any time you add/remove a source/make file.

What distro are you using? Post "uname -a" and "cat /etc/*-release"
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Linux li124-244 2.6.38-x86_64-linode17 #1 SMP Thu Apr 28 22:18:47 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux

cat: /etc/*-release: No such file or directory
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 10:58 am    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

Try
$ echo /etc/*_ver* /etc/*-rel*; cat /etc/*_ver* /etc/*-rel*
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apparently debian 6.0.1
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2011 12:00 pm    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

so i found out that a lot of these problems were being caused by a permissions error that somehow occurred during the server migration

basically i had to go through the entire file structure and chmod the broken stuff, so most of the missing file stuff is solved


however, the zone still cant find the maps, which i want to keep in asss/maps, and in each arena.conf i have general:map=maps/map.lvl, but it cant find the map despite it being in the proper location
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2011 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply to topic Reply with quote

Are you sure the working directory is correct? (should not be asss/bin)
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