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Monstermod - Help Needed
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Default Monstermod - Help Needed - 06-04-2007

I'm trying to add Monstermod to a Dedicated Server I have on TFC, I'm following the instructions clearly, take the time to read it:

First, copy the monster_mm.dll file into the same dlls folder where you put
the metamod.dll file (for Linux, copy the monster_mm_i386.so to the same
directory where you copied the metamod_i386.so file).

Then, you will need to create a file called "metamod.ini" in the MODs folder
(the same place where the liblist.gam file is found). You can create this
file with any text editor. You will want it to contain these two lines...

win32 dlls/monster_mm.dll
linux dlls/monster_mm_i386.so

I put my "monster_mm.dll" into

And created the metamod.ini in

with the same two lines, would anyone know my problem?
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Re: Monstermod - Help Needed
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Default Re: Monstermod - Help Needed - 18-06-2007

Well, for the First this isn't right forum.
For the second one:
1. Install Metamod (http://metamod.org)
- So metamod.dll / metamod_i386.so should be in ...tfc/addons/metamod/dlls

2. Open your liblist.gam with Notepad (or another text editor)
- Put in this line for Windows
gamedll "addons\metamod\dlls\metamod.dll"
- This for Linux
gamedll_linux "addons\metamod\dlls\metamod_i386.so

3. Now do Metamod running.

4. Now to monstermod
- Put in monster_mm.dll / monster_mm_i386.so
in ...tfc/addons/monster_plugin/dlls/
- Then open ...tfc/addons/metamod/plugins.ini
And put in this lines in it:
win32 addons/monster_plugin/dlls/monster_mm.dll
win32 addons/monster_plugin/dlls/monster_mm_i386.so
Now you got MonsterMod running, good luck.
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