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starlord last won the day on April 29 2019

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  • Birthday 05/11/1983

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  1. Thank you for the reply, I will try to work on this on my own but don't have enough time on my hands if anyone is interested in helping me I will gladly pay and your welcome to share the source publicly.
  2. That sounds great, but how would that work in theory using Paypal? How would the API from the game interact with Paypal's API?
  3. Hello, Wonder if it would be possible to collect payment from a player on our game website using paypal and have paypal send players a random confirmation key that the player would have to type in the game for the upgrade. How much would this service cost? Also would it be possible to sell subscription using paypal this way too? Thanks in advance
  4. Amazing job sir! This will be so awesome
  5. Hello worldofjimmy, Yeah it seems using localhost is causing the -1 resulting in the game server showing offline. I'm sure there is a way to fix this looking into this now.
  6. Hi Eric Matyas, Thank you so much for sharing! Keep up the amazing work.
  7. Hi placido, Your biggest factor will be the upload speed your server produces, also one thing a lot of people forget to understand is that most ISP service providers share your internet with everyone around you so there will be moments like during the peek times, that your server connection will be crappy unless you have a dedicated server or one from jcsnider. Keep in mind the average player uses anywhere between 1.5-4.5kb of download speed, there is 1,000kp in 1mb. I used to host Minecraft server and each player was using about 1.5-2mb easily. First thing I would suggest is checking your true internet speed with a speed checker, than like Dashplant said remove all unnecessary things from your server and try to overclock your processor if possible, without causing any over heat. If you are new to the world of computers however, easiest thing to do is renting one from jcsnider here. Also, now days 2gb memory is nothing heck, Windows 7 and Windows 10 alone from the factory box, eat about that much in memory lol. Like Ainz Ooal Gown said, also you should use Solid State Drives (SSD) hard drives, which will help with how fast your computer transfers data back and forth. From my experience and the many years of hosting different games, and using different computers and different operating systems, my favorite by far is Centos 7 which is a Linux based system.
  8. Sup the bunny gamer, The migration tool is used to migrate your current non mysql to mysql.
  9. Congratulations panda! Keep up the amazing work guys
  10. Hi Mighty Professional, Very interesting project you have going on would like to see the result once its available to the public. Good luck bro! Not sure if you already fixed your server audio issue, or if this link is even useful as I don't use nor am I too familiar with Unity but maybe this might help you. https://answers.unity.com/questions/1113530/any-way-to-disable-log-message-there-are-no-audio.html Take care
  11. Really appreciate the complete dedication and the hard work you put into improving this engine. I will happily donate soon to this community, thank you!
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