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Client won't connect to server


Friend and I are trying to get a server working. He's set up a remote server (debian) and I'm trying to get the client end working. My problem atm is that friend is monitoring the port on the server and when I try to log in there is no activity registered, so it's not even trying to connect. I've been poking at the forums for the last few days but just keep ending up being referred to this guide: 

 which I'm guessing is horribly out of date because none of the files it's telling me to edit even exist. For the client I used https://github.com/zackdreaver/ROenglishRE onto kRO from https://ratemyserver.net/index.php?page=download_kROLinks, ran both RSUs, and used WARP to patch 2011-09-06aRagexeRE.exe with just the recommended settings. IDK if any of that was the right thing to do or not, but it's what I did.

Image of my clientinfo.xml included. Address is blacked out cause it's not my server. I changed langtype to 1 because a guide somewhere told me to or you won't be able to type properly. I changed registrationweb to google to see if the register button in the client would properly send me somewhere other than the RO page. It now just hangs for a sec before bringing up no browser and closing the client. My /data folder also has an sclientinfo.xml and I couldn't find any mention of that file anywhere on the forum or github, so I changed it to match this one exactly. Everything else should be default. 


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