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  #301  
Old 08-12-2017, 08:24 PM
The_Beast
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I was only indicating my issue, with that same error, but there could be many causes. I did read a very common one is TortoiseSVN 1.9
I don't use that myself, but it's another option to look at if you do use, otherwise, ya, just do a wipe and reinstall, lol
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Old 08-14-2017, 05:16 PM
wimwickett
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Hello,

First time setting this up. I am able to login no problem but I can't find the database in the install folder.

Where can I find the database files? (.sql) I want to tweak some of the exp entries.

Thank you for this easy set-up btw. Very helpful.
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Old 08-14-2017, 05:33 PM
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Hello,

First time setting this up. I am able to login no problem but I can't find the database in the install folder.

Where can I find the database files? (.sql) I want to tweak some of the exp entries.

Thank you for this easy set-up btw. Very helpful.
Open the included HeidiSQL app, login with the credentials found in your eqemu_config file and select the PEQ database.
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Old 08-14-2017, 05:37 PM
wimwickett
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I'm in! Thank you so much.
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Old 08-14-2017, 05:37 PM
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I can't find the database in the install folder.
There is no "folder" for the database. The whole database is on a server created which has to be accessed with a program like Toony suggested.
Just sayin ...... :P
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  #306  
Old 08-20-2017, 03:45 PM
marianoryu
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Greetings!

Please forgive the inconvenience - I am new to EQEmu, and I will admit things get a little complex for me sometimes.

I am interested in setting up a private server, I am running Everquest Titanium in Windows 10 x64.

I am trying to follow this guide.

I have just ran eqemu_install.bat as Administrator. What should I do once the process is finished?
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Old 08-22-2017, 04:50 AM
rixcraven
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Default a few small glitches!!

Thanks fot the previous answers!.. a quick wipe and the installer is great under 2012r2 server.
There are just Two things, one is whenever I try to run the server updater (eqemu_server.pl) I get the following message :- "wget is not recognised as an internal or external command". world is not recognised either. And finally,
no database connection found...running without.
Everything else works great, stable under 2012.
I have tried setting the path for wget, no luck, tried running wget as admin, no luck, DL'd the latest version of wget, no luck.
I'd really like to get this working!!!... please let me know your thoughts.
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Old 08-22-2017, 09:04 AM
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Thanks fot the previous answers!.. a quick wipe and the installer is great under 2012r2 server.
There are just Two things, one is whenever I try to run the server updater (eqemu_server.pl) I get the following message :- "wget is not recognised as an internal or external command". world is not recognised either. And finally,
no database connection found...running without.
Everything else works great, stable under 2012.
I have tried setting the path for wget, no luck, tried running wget as admin, no luck, DL'd the latest version of wget, no luck.
I'd really like to get this working!!!... please let me know your thoughts.
Did you install the server as admin? is this a VM server? if so did you give it enough resources to operate with?
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  #309  
Old 08-22-2017, 09:16 AM
rixcraven
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Default Hi, thanks for the help

Yep, its on VMware, installed with admin level security.
its got resources to spare... 80gb drive (60% spare right now), 8gb mem.
the host is VR ready, so we're not short of computing power!.
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Old 08-25-2017, 09:15 AM
nes76_4
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Install went ok I think, but when I run t_start_server_with_login_server.bat it tries to start up then just says Windows cannot find 'perl' Any clue ?
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Old 08-26-2017, 01:54 PM
marianoryu
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Everything seems to install fine, as well as the HeidiSQL database starts too, but somehow the client gets stuck on "Patching EverQuest...", and then tells me it couldn't establish a connection.

Help please and thank you!
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Old 08-26-2017, 02:28 PM
The_Beast
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When you setup your "client" did you read Step 5 - Creating Shortcut on the setup guide ?

http://wiki.eqemulator.org/p?Play_Gu...etting_Started
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Old 08-26-2017, 03:00 PM
marianoryu
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When you setup your "client" did you read Step 5 - Creating Shortcut on the setup guide ?

http://wiki.eqemulator.org/p?Play_Gu...etting_Started
I get in, but I don't know what the account name and password are. I tried using the ones in the MySQL database, but no go.
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Old 08-26-2017, 10:34 PM
phentop
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Originally Posted by ihatemyself View Post
Following up from yesterday, today I installed Everquest Titanium and did some testing:

My own login server (eqhosts.txt = localhost:599 fails to load the character select screen. The error is

Error 1017: Cannot login to the EverQuest server. You may need to re-run the Update Patch. Repeatedly seeing this message indicates a loss of connectivity to the Patch Server. This is usually temporary.

Using the official log in server, I can connect and play as normal.
I'm getting this same error.
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Old 08-26-2017, 10:45 PM
The_Beast
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Check your login.ini file. This setup is fail proof (if your loginserver.exe binary is working)

Code:
[database]
host = 127.0.0.1
port = 3306
db = peq <--edit database name to yours
user = user <--edit database username to yours
password = password <--edit database password to yours
subsystem = MySQL

[options]
unregistered_allowed = TRUE
reject_duplicate_servers = FALSE
trace = TRUE
world_trace = FALSE
dump_packets_in = FALSE
dump_packets_out = FALSE
listen_port = 5998
local_network = 127.0.0.
auto_create_accounts = TRUE

[security]
plugin = EQEmuAuthCrypto
mode = 5

[Titanium]
port = 5998
opcodes = login_opcodes.conf

[SoD]
port = 5999
opcodes = login_opcodes_sod.conf

[schema]
account_table = tblLoginServerAccounts
world_registration_table = tblWorldServerRegistration
world_admin_registration_table = tblServerAdminRegistration
world_server_type_table = tblServerListType
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