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  1. 4 points
    Hello there! Seems nice over here, so I'll be around for sure.
  2. 1 point
    It's been a long time since I've actually made a tutorial so this may not be 100% complete although I'll make sure that it is complete, but before we proceed, let me just provide a short introduction on RBSE. RBSE (Ruby Club Penguin Server Emulator) which was originally supposed to be named RBCPSE (Ruby Club Penguin Server Emulator) is an emulator written in Ruby built to support the AS2 Protocol of Club Penguin. Although RBSE is still in the works and plenty of changes will take place, it is currently ready for testing and non-commercial purposes and you are advised to kindly read the LICENSE of RBSE. Before we proceed with the tutorial, you have to know that if you are a Windows user, then this isn't the tutorial for you and you are left alone as this tutorial is for Linux users only and as well, this tutorial is for those who use Ubuntu (which is pretty much what the community uses anyway). Your to-do list and requirements: 2GB Ram or more. Quad Core Processor or any greater processor. 30 GB SSD. LAMP or LEMP Database Management Software - Adminer, Navicat, MySQL WorkBench or whatever software you prefer. Ruby 2.4 cURL Geany Adobe Flash AS2 Mediaserver setup with your server ip address/domain along with Ben's direct login implementation. Sweetalert Once you have all this setup, you may click on this link to download RBSE and extract it to wherever you want. You will find a folder with some json files called JSONS, so move this folder to var/www/html and as well don't forget to move the Register folder to the same directory. Then you would need to import the using your database management software. Here is an example using Adminer. Setting up the register is relatively simple, all you have to do is open each and every file in the folder using Geany and edit the urls and as well don't forget to edit the configuration file. Next you would need to install each and every gem listed in the README, starting from the top to the bottom one by one so you won't face any issues. You may install the gem using the following command which needs to be executed in your terminal. Example: gem install rails Once you have all this done, you may now login to your server using the default user details provided in the README As RBSE is still currently under development, any help would be appreciated and if you face any issues or need help with something except with setting up the emulator, then please feel free to create an issue and message me on Discord: Lynx#6726.
  3. 1 point
    You can easily make these yourself, your threads seem to be 90% (just a random percentage) support, this section is here to help you along the process, not to spoon-feed you everything. It's time for you to put time into learning things yourself like a lot of us have had to do.
  4. 1 point
    Damn you son of a bitch! That worked! Wow. Now the client is actually sending data back to the server Thank you.
  5. 1 point
    When the second player joins, try resending the jz packet to both players.
  6. 1 point
    First player joining: and the 2nd player after that (this is where when gz gets sent again, jz doesnt get sent by the client so I send gz twice).
  7. 1 point
    The socket and time gems don't seem to exist, and the date gem for w/e reason requires a development version of Ruby..? Gem::InstallError: date requires Ruby version >= 2.5.0dev. I'm running Ruby 2.4.1.