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Wolfeh

Outdated plugin causing map-serv crash (Unknown packet)

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My whosell and whobuy plugins are suddenly not working and I cannot figure out what the problem is. Whenever I use an @command (including @commands) it causes the map server to load:

[info]: sample_packet0f3: Hello World! received 0xf3 for 'Wolfeh', redirecting!
[info]: Created Appended sockt->session[] data, 1313 19 20 118
[info]: Created Appended map_session_data data, 1313 19 20 82

 

Then after a few seconds it loads:

 

[Warning]: clif_parse: Received unsupported packet (packet 0x27dc (0x6a04), 6 bytes received), disconnecting session #3.

 

I found similar code in the HPM Custom Packets section of the wiki though I don't understand why this code would be coming in to play when none of my plugins have anything to do with packets. I get no errors when compiling. These also work completely fine on my server (Debian), it's my test server (Windows 10) that is having this problem.

 

Edit: Seems to be the HPMHooking, I tried disabling just the whobuy and whosell and it was still causing this error, then disabled HPMHooking and the error has stopped. How to fix?

Edited by Wolfeh

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Yes and they pull from the same source/repository and I get no errors when building (such as that it cannot access a file or could not build a file). I confused which plugins I had commented and I think now it's an outdated plugin, does anyone see what's wrong? I can't see it, but it is this particular plugin...

 

[REMOVED contacting the dev who made the plugin]

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build all from correct sources?

This issue mean you have different source on debian and windows 10 hosts.

Or you not rebuild all files on windows 10 host.

 

Another thing. You can use wrong packet version on windows 10 host.

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