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    easy bot make mysql db Mangos Silvermoon 2.2.3


    Okay and here are the steps …
    Requirements :
    Update : Mangos 4602 has been released Fresh Installation :
    1. Extracting VMaps, Maps, DBC and configuring it (to make thing easier, i’ve created a separate guide for it)
    2. Extract the self extracting 7–zip archive somewhere, or you can choose to extract it in current directory. And you’ll get ReaperMangos4577 Folder
    3. Go inside the reaper-eazy-mangos directory and then run the reaper-x-mangos.bat , and you’ll be prompted with this screen :

    All you have to do is just write the full path into your [COLOR=#0066CC ! important][COLOR=#0066CC ! important]MySQL[/color][/color] bin directory (where mysql.exe can be found)
    Note : The above step is important, if you don’t write the correct path you’ll get problem later
    4. Now you just need to choose option number 1 (Install), and insert your mysql root password when prompted)

    5. Now you need to configure which database you’re going to use in your Mangos Installation, in this release i have included Project Silvermoon Database and Unified Database. In below example, i choose the Unified database

    As a side note, you don’t need to worry about choosing the correct database because you can always switch it later even if you already created your character with full set equipment. I choose to include 2 database so you can pick which one perform best for you
    6. When you’ve finished the above process, now you just need to choose option number 4 to configure your mangos installation

    If you follow my previous post about the Maps, VMaps and DBC extraction guide … you can just simply write C:\wow\data when prompted for your data directory. As for the rest (adjusting the rate) i think it’s self explained
    7. Go to your WoW installation directory and open the realmlist.wtf file
    and change the realmlist into using this one :
    set realmlist 127.0.0.1
    8. Run mangosd.exe and realmd.exe
    9. Create new account as shown like below image for an example :

    10. Done
    Switching Database or Upgrading :
    1. Run reaper-x-mangos.bat and then choose to backup your character
    2. Now choose the first option (Install / Upgrade) and continue with the step until you get back to the main menu
    3. Choose the third option (Restore Backup) and you’re done with switching / upgrading database
    To those who’s upgrading from my previous release
    4. Choose the fourth option (Mangos Config Editor) to adjust your datadirectory, and if you already configured your [COLOR=#0066CC ! important][COLOR=#0066CC ! important]server[/color][/color] to be accessible from LAN then you’ll also need to choose the fifth option to adjust your realmlist again
    Here’s a screenshot taken using Unified Database (and yep i almost die there even with Custom Weapon that gives all stats plus 1000 bonus) :P

    Related Link :Official Project Related Link :


    thanks to:wave:
    Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3 » Reaper-X .:[ ID ]:.
    Last edited by perryhiggins; 10-30-2007 at 02:16 PM.


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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    Its nice, but far too much work for me atm got course work : -)

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    Working brilliantly, thanks alot. Will +rep when I can.

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    Thanks , enjoy


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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    The mangosd.exe says:


    Whats wrong ?? Thanks.

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    i got the same error with other servers i tried. i just redid the entire server and it worked after. hope it works for u!
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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    i keep gettin the message about it not being able to find the realmlist table, i tried to execute the realm.sql and it failed please help

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    if you have vista try running with administrator privileges (right click and choose that)

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    Originally Posted by StefanSwe View Post
    The mangosd.exe says:


    Whats wrong ?? Thanks.
    what you need is a 2.1.3 and get the map and vmaps from there if you dont under stand plz tell me and il try to help you


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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    I get the error

    Cannot connect to world database 127.0.0.1;3306;mangos;mangos;mangos

    :S What am I doing wrong?

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    Nice job work fine with me ATM.

    greetz

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    i cant download the mangos :@:@ couse of rapid share and mega upload i have to wait :@

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    nice ) +rep when i can:P:wave::wave:

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    real nice +Rep if i could

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    Re: Mangos 4629, ScriptDev2 150 with Silvermoon 18.5 and UDB 0.8 323 support 2.2.3

    After gettting to where it asks to post the path to my sql it asks for my root password then freezes why is that?

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