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[SOLVED] Setting up H5 server on Debian/Centos

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[SOLVED] Setting up H5 server on Debian/Centos

Post by zachramuz » Sat Dec 14, 2019 11:02 am

I dont know which category to use for this so I'm writing here since it seems more related to the issue than other categories.

I was following these setup guides


I'm using Linode VPS. Doing everything as root since it's easy to nuke VPS and start another. But in both Debian and CentOS VPS I cant get past using this l2jcli for automated deployment.


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> db install -l /opt/l2j/server/login/sql -u l2j -pw l2jserver2019 -m FULL -t LOGIN
results in an endless output to terminal of something that makes no sense to me

I have to CTRL ^ C to stop it, same goes on debian and centos.

Is there an explanation somewhere how to manually configure it ? Because I think it's this l2jcli problem
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Re: Setting up H5 server on Debian/Centos

Post by Zoey76 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:43 am

What version of the CLI are you using?

By the way, correct forum for support is High Five Support.
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Re: Setting up H5 server on Debian/Centos

Post by UnAfraid » Mon Jan 27, 2020 11:43 am

It says it in the exception, connection refused to localhost:3306 which means you don't have mysql server running

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