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  1. Day 4 1/2: minor adjustments to the graphics Improved that banner, even-though, I don't expect to pay $ to the tops to be able to put it.... Added a little credit to the graphical content made mostly from Daifuku's graphical content (Will work some more later to make it blend better...) Improved a little Watermark see on screenshot
  2. Okay, dans ce cas utilise FluxCP...
  3. En fait, les checks comme ca, ya pas de protocole. Fonction utiliséé c'est fsockopen pas mal standart.... Essai de rouler ce script vraiment minimaliste (Fait par quelq'un pour eAthena OMG...) que j'ai adapté en 2 secondes <?php $Status = ServerStatus(); ?> <table border="0"> <tr> <td><?php echo $Str_Loginsrv; ?></td> <td><?php echo $Status[0]; ?></td> </tr> <tr> <td><?php echo $Str_Charsrv; ?></td> <td><?php echo $Status[1]; ?></td> </tr> <tr> <td><?php echo $Str_Mapsrv; ?></td> <td><?php echo $Status[2]; ?></td> </tr> </table> <?php /* * Server Status (Return Array of Login,Char,Map State) */ function ServerStatus() { $Srv_Host = ""; // Login, Char, Map Server Port $Srv_Login = 6900; $Srv_Char = 6121; $Srv_Map = 5121; // Status Text $Str_Loginsrv = "Login Server:"; $Str_Charsrv = "Char Server:"; $Str_Mapsrv = "Map Server:"; $Str_onlinepl = "Player Online:"; $Str_Online = '<font color="green">Online</font>'; $Str_Offline = '<font color="red">Offline</font>'; // Disable Error Reporting (for this function) error_reporting(0); $Status = array(); $LoginServer = fsockopen($Srv_Host, $Srv_Login, $errno, $errstr, 1); $CharServer = fsockopen($Srv_Host, $Srv_Char, $errno, $errstr, 1); $MapServer = fsockopen($Srv_Host, $Srv_Map, $errno, $errstr, 1); if(!$LoginServer){ $Status[0]= $Str_Offline; } else { $Status[0] = $Str_Online; }; if(!$CharServer){ $Status[1] = $Str_Offline; } else { $Status[1] = $Str_Online; }; if(!$MapServer){ $Status[2] = $Str_Offline; } else { $Status[2] = $Str_Online; }; return $Status; } ?> Si la probleme est vraiment la même tu peux commencer a debugger et a jouer avec error_reporting(0); Sinon 90% je suis certain que c'est un port qui n'accepte pas de connexions
  4. D'habitude si le serveur est configuré correctement Autrement dit, les usagers peuvent se connecter. C'est alors lié au probleme avec les ports il faut assurer que tout les ports sont ouverts de cote de ton serveur RO acceptant les connections entrantes de l'exterieur ET de cote de ton ServeurWeb acceptant les connections sortantes sur ces ports...
  5. Dude like..... If you speak French don't struggle! Just Écris le enfrancais.. Ya du monde qui comprennent la langue ici.... I'll check...
  6. well..... 2995424936 secs is 34669 days . 2995424936 / 60 / 60 / 24 = 34669 Maybe it's miliseconds? I'm not that familiar with scripting language..
  7. Ok if it works... You don't at this point ... You do it when you retrieve using something like this Select @Days = (online_time / 60 / 60 / 24) FROM ... WHERE... UPD: Disregard my last, don't perform any calculations at select just do a Simple select into your script Select online_time FROM ... WHERE... then inside your script convert this logic into Herc scripting function GetTimeDiff($online_time) { $how_log_ago = ''; $minutes = (int)($online_time / 60); $hours = (int)($minutes / 60); $days = (int)($hours / 24); if ($days >= 1) { $how_log_ago = $days . ' day' . ($days != 1 ? 's' : ''); } else if ($hours >= 1) { $how_log_ago = $hours . ' hour' . ($hours != 1 ? 's' : ''); } else if ($minutes >= 1) { $how_log_ago = $minutes . ' minute' . ($minutes != 1 ? 's' : ''); } else { $how_log_ago = $online_time . ' second' . ($online_time != 1 ? 's' : ''); } return $how_log_ago; } If you implement it should give you XX day XX hour XX minute XX second
  8. Still Day 3: Alright, I've done one more little thing. The banner made from free banner found at RA... I din't bother with animations, as most places where this banner would go require $ But good thing to do if I really have nothing else to do, would be: - Scale properly logo (remake it with lower font-weight) - Scale features text and animate it Next-up: SQL Security work.... Idea to create a tiny SQL script that would create a DataBaseWebUser in my Ragnarok Database. - Create few SQL views returning player names, scores, levels (obviously not password nor login) Information to make TOPs - Crate 2-3 SQL stored procedures (new user register, password reset, email reset) - make password reset, email reset stored procedures tricky so that they cannot be executed to reset password just like that... and give my DataBaseWebUser access just to those Stored procedures and SQL views in my ragnarok server databse This way if a hacker, somehow breaches into my website and obtains usaername and password of DataBaseWebUser, all he will be able to do to my RO server database is - register an account - select information that already appears in the tops
  9. Possibly, that's how 2D pic (sprite) might look in high-end 3D environment ?
  10. I've decided not to go with a free hosting as they are all pile of crap. What I'm going to do with free hosting is host my patches and patcher news. As most free hosting forbid to use their services only for file hosting. I don't care, patcher news page looks like a website to me...
  11. Day 3 from new beginning: Some 12 loading screens..... Some of them are really ugly, but they were made from free stuff. And starting from loading screen 8 I begun loosing my imagination. Anyways guys, I really don't know what else should I do for my server client of a Minimal $ investment server?
  12. just create a directory inside Hercules/sql-files call it something like bak mkdir ~/Hercules/sql-files/bak (I don't know where is your emulator in the filesystem... so I made a relative path to users home directory...) Next, dump your databases in that directory using a user with access to your database(s) If you don't know such user or you don't have it, use root (Attention, not the system root, the MySQL root user password) Then just dump database(s) mysqldump -u root -p hercrodb > ~/Hercules/sql-files/bak/hercrodb_backup.sql If you store logs in a separate Database you may dump that too: mysqldump -u root -p hercrolog > ~/Hercules/sql-files/bak/hercrolog_backup.sql then just archive your emulator directory with your backup inside of it tar -cvf HerculesEmulator.tar ~/Hercules I like to use SCP now you can use either SCP or FTP to transfer that archive to your new debian VPS On the other side just unarchive it tar -xf HerculesEmulator.tar -C ~ And Import files from bak directory in your extracted emulator cd ~/Hercules/sql-files/bak Import main database mysql -u root -p hercrodb < hercrodb_backup.sql import logs database if you have it in separate databases mysql -u root -p hercrolog < hercrolog_backup.sql And like Meko said install all dependencies and recompile... After you successfully imported your database(s) and tested server is running just rm -rf ~/Hercules/sql-files/bak for a good measure....
  13. UPDATE: Now That I have the Logo I can start doing stuff with it Like Creating a login screen and Making a screenshot watermark (Thingy that appears in the bottom right corner on screenshots) Nextup, some loading screens.....
  14. 1st of all I want to ask it says [MyWanIP] (there was an actual ip that you changed to this ???) If there were an actual Ip, try using local network ip insted of wan ip If not..... then you need to replace [MyWanIP] to the actual ip adress x.x.x.x (where x sets of numbers...)
  15. ... run those 2 commands inside your emulator directory and paste the output here whoami ls -la for ls -la no need to paste all of it just sysinfogen.sh line and few lines before and after...