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Condorus

Cannot compile servers after compiled once? and sql.bat's deleted?

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Hi guys, I have got everything set up and connecting but I have a weird problem that I am unable to locate an answer for, first here are some specs

 

Windows 7

Xampp with Apache, MySQL, Filezilla nad Mercury.

Visual C++ 10 express

using latest Rathena trunk downloaded with tortoiseSVN via SVN Checkout from https://rathena.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/rathena/trunk/

 

I hope that is enough there.

 

ok so my problem, After compiling the login/char/map servers along with mapcache, it compiles without a problem, after setting up the server to connect to mySQL etc which works without a problem, then the char server would close and be deleted from the folder, i dont know why or how!

 

after that happens, I try to recompile and it VB C++ tells me it is not the latest file and the recompile fails, am I doing something wrong? each time I need to make another folder and use tortoise SVN to checkout again....

 

any clues?

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Hi condorus

 

Which AV (AntiVirus) do you use?

 

As that problem seems to be that once the char server is run, the AV detec's it as a Malicious Software and stops the process and removes the offending software namely char-server, check you virus vault maybe the char-serv is sitting there

 

Hope that helps

 

Kind regards

Poseidon

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Hi condorus

 

Which AV (AntiVirus) do you use?

 

As that problem seems to be that once the char server is run, the AV detec's it as a Malicious Software and stops the process and removes the offending software namely char-server, check you virus vault maybe the char-serv is sitting there

 

Hope that helps

 

Kind regards

Poseidon

Thank you, I had many rathena files in the vault of AVG lol, I have allowed them as acceptions now, thanks very much :)

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