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Step 1: open cmd if you are on windows and type "ipconfig" without " Step 2: then finde standard-gatway ip and write it in a tab in your webbrowser. don't close cmd yet. Step 3: then need you to finde the local ip in cmd. Step 4: click on the tab thats we made in step 2 and login. (if you dont know the username or the pasword so use google ) Step 5: now click on advanced tab (if you have one) Step 6: click on port-forward. Step 7: type in your ip in the ip box and in the port box type: 19132. Step 8: click save Step 9: go to http://www.whatsmyip.org/ and copy your ip. (this is the ip thats your friends will use to join) Step 10: now need you to give the ip to your friend's and if they have issue to join so can i write a guid for it to =) Step 11: have a fun time playing.
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lol i never had to patch an ip for it to work for me. i just joined normally like a lan server. btw quick question for dev. what does sending chunks to the server mean? (and ik what chunks are i just dont get what you mean)
00:57:07 [ERROR] Unable to find Socket extension
00:57:07 [ERROR] Unable to find SQLite3 extension
Not sure what's up, though admittedly did mess with things a bit. Where does it look for these extensions? I'm positive they're in the \ext folder of my php install. (php_sockets.dll and php_squlite3.dll
For anyone wishing to keep their server and php files anywhere -other- than the root of your hard drive, replace the existing php.ini (in serverFolder\php\) with the following file:
This changes all the internal references to extensions and "extras" to be relative, rather than absolute, enabling you to move the entire PHP install to wherever you like.
The trouble I was having in the striked-out problem above is that I'd relocated my PHP installation to somewhere other than C:\php, but the php.ini was still telling PHP to check C:\php\ext\ for those extensions.