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Florian

PK for Mac-Users

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1. Start Terminal.app

 

terminal.png

 

(located in Applications -> Utilities)

 

2. change to EL's directory

 

cd.png

 

(I installed my EL application in /Spiele, which is German for "games", you have to adapt that to the path where you installed your EL)

 

3. start EL with option

 

start.png

 

pk for PK server

test for test server

 

(I hope the next release will include a GUI for choosing the server at login)

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I may not understand MAC commands (even though it looks just like linux which I do know), but even I know you just banged the keyboard for the sake of the above post :/

 

Feel free to delete me.

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For users of my build of EL, the command would be:
EternalLands pk

 

When I run

./EternalLands test

or

./EternalLands pk

, from the appropriate directory, it crashed immediately with the output "Bus Error." Why might that be? Is this a problem for others?

Edited by Lyeowar

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Ah. Try running it from the parent directory of the app.

EternalLands.app/Contents/MacOS/EternalLands test

Well, this is odd. I tried deleting the el.ini file in the test and pk directories, and the test server loaded fine... I could have sword I tried that last night.

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i need help.

My guild and i tried for like 3 hours to get the right thing for terminal but it won't work. I go to the desktop click on el_osx1601a then click on eternal lands to play game.

 

how do i write that.

 

Plz help

 

thanks...i figured it out...but now i can't type or anything. It just shows up in the terminal not on the eternal lands screen. I also can't move the screen except zoom in and i can't click.

Edited by daiske1

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Like Florian said:

 

start a terminal

 

then, *IN* the terminal cd to the location of your EL client

 

start the client followed by the argument pk by typing el_osx pk

 

Thats all.

 

Piper

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