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[Guide] Create your server & Client (2016/08)

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This is the first "detailed" linux guide on setting up server side that I've ever seen in Herc  :lol: *or im just blind?*

Thumbs up! Keep it up~

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yup That is why I wanted to make it ! because I use Linux as a hobbie, I'm not pro at all and I got a bit "lost" from the wiki. There is outdated information and missleading steps.

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yup That is why I wanted to make it ! because I use Linux as a hobbie, I'm not pro at all and I got a bit "lost" from the wiki. There is outdated information and missleading steps.

 

Why didn't you edit the one on the wiki with this one?

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yup That is why I wanted to make it ! because I use Linux as a hobbie, I'm not pro at all and I got a bit "lost" from the wiki. There is outdated information and missleading steps.

 

Why didn't you edit the one on the wiki with this one?

 

I am completly newbie, I thought it would be badly seen if someone like me edit the wiki. Beside of that, because I do not master herc, I think that I should just post what I know and understand in the forum. And later, after the approval of the community, I will be happy to edit the wiki ! :)

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I would suggest to make MariaDB as the database softwear here instead of regular mysql, it proved to have greater performance.

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@hemagx I read something like this yes. Because I never used MariaDB, for now I will continue on my way but I will let a notice about it. Thank you for your feedback !

 

EDIT: Big update. Please let me know if you see mistakes or missing information ! Thank you !  :wub:

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sorry I can fix it now

 

You had a problem ? What was ?

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/!\ IMPORTANT /!\

 

STEP I.D.1 to I.D.9 IS OUTDATED SINCE 2016-08-20 !

 

But don't worry, I'll update as soon as I can.

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/!\ IMPORTANT /!\

 

STEP I.D.1 to I.D.9 IS OUTDATED SINCE 2016-08-20 !

 

But don't worry, I'll update as soon as I can.

 

Love, your guide very well detailed! i appreciate all your effort and time for this guide, still waiting for those images :D

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I Would love, to have a screen shot every guide you made to help people easily :D

great job!

 

To be honest, there is nothing much to show. This is just text and console line. There is no "interface" or something  :unsure: 

Screenshot would just show command line I already wrote.

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Excelent work!

Is Debian same with CentOS?

Nope, use yum install [packets] instead of apt-get install [packets]

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hello, can i get a help. i add custom items in my created server using this guide but it does not appear when equipped

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Great guide!

 

But do you think that new-to-linux-world should be installing insecure server like this?
Meaning, anyone who needs this guide is probably unaware of security things. I know that it's not really part of the guide, but it really should be mentioned for the sake of all the new servers who are insecure :S
At least give a link to things to do first for a brand new Debian server before starting to follow the guide.
Anyway, great guide! :)

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Imo, people who doesn't know basic, or at least, cannot even do basic search, should not open a server. But right, next guide will have a section "to go further" explaining security and other :)

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Imo, people who doesn't know basic, or at least, cannot even do basic search, should not open a server. But right, next guide will have a section "to go further" explaining security and other :)

I could not agree more. But your guide makes it possible to host server without almost any knowledge at all. At that point, "should" and "should not" -things don't really matter.

 

If you need help with next guide, i'm up. I was actually thinking to make a Debian guide myself, with exception of using two servers, one for emulator and one for web-server. But i never seem to have time to do it.

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