I would be honored to contribute in any way that I can to help make a Linux Server Install Guide. I had one, but I wrote it on the wrong computer and it ended up geting deleted from a format. ( A testing Server of various Linux Distros).
I had to go by trial and error to figure out how to install it and when I did, I made note of what was required . In fact, I posted them here, but I am learning more about what the commands in 'realbot' really do and how they effect the overall functions of their behavior.
What I noted is found here in the 'Realbot 1.6 Installation Instructions (LINUX). Found here: http://forums.bots-united.com/showpo...8&postcount=16
I will try to find your souce code for the new version 3068. However, where can I send it to get it posted? Or will you just include it in your download package so Linux Server Admins can just 'unpack', plug-in and go? It is not as easy as it sounds, I hope this current. I miss the 'souce' files being in the .zip download. http://csrealbot.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
The repository did not have them http://code.google.com/p/csrealbot/downloads/list
here. How ironic this is not the current build. Not a word to be found here either: http://filebase.bots-united.com/inde...=category&id=1
I can't find it, and I can not waste anymore time hunting it down. Strike-1, Strike-2, Strike-3. Maybe someday it will appear. lol
The current build.cpp shows at google code is:
// Updated Build nr; it compiles in MSVC again, and should compile in Linux... i did not
// change that much.
// 14/11/04 - end
// Build has moved away from dll.cpp for easier versioning
// 07/07/04 - Comment changed, it was moved from dll.cpp, not bot.cpp ;) (nitpicking) :D
// BUILD NR & Version
char *rb_build_nr = "3063";
What gives? Where did you stash the code guy?