Tethealla Server Setup Instructions

Discussion in 'Installation' started by Sodaboy, Nov 6, 2014.

  1. Shidouri

    Shidouri Member

    DAT stores the files locally. SQL requires a SQL database.
    (if you don't know what SQL is, go with DAT.)
     
  2. Soly

    Soly Member

    Location:
    CR
    Nope.
    Both DAT and SQL use the text files for drops, the gsl stuff was a thing I ended up doing later on when I got tired of the text files.
    The difference between dat and sql is that one stored the data on binary files while the other stores the data in an sql database (which requires a mysql server)
     
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  3. PhotonSky

    PhotonSky Member

    Thank you for the clarification, that makes LOADS more sense. Is there any benefits for a solo player to use SQL for a server other than the convience of not having to edit text files?
     
  4. Shidouri

    Shidouri Member

    You'd still have to edit text files for the drops, for both SQL and DAT.
    Soly's ItemRT login server uses a gsl file for drops instead of the text files, with a much easier way to understand the data (provides a GUI, life saver :p)

    Most people here (including Sodaboy) would recommend the SQL version. The DAT version doesn't get all that much support.
    I guess it depends on how you intend to use it.
     
  5. Soly

    Soly Member

    Location:
    CR
  6. x_Ayumi_x

    x_Ayumi_x Born & Raised In Oberon

    Unless I'm going blind, I can't locate a way to set up my controller.
    How do I set up my controller through this? I'm not seeing it anywhere in options.
     
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  7. Maels

    Maels Member

    Does this have all the features listed on the "about Ephinea" page?
     
  8. Sodaboy

    Sodaboy Administrator Staff Member

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    No, nor will it ever.
     
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  9. Maels

    Maels Member

    Understood. Thank you for your time.
     
  10. H4rryxj

    H4rryxj Member

    Just wanted to say a big thank you for popping the files up here after a few silly mistakes, got the server all hosted and running smoothly. This should make learning sql and data basing a little more fun. Thanks again if only this was around back in 00's would of saved me my pocket money back then. : )
     

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