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[Server Request] Rising World #470

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spannerman79 opened this Issue Aug 17, 2015 · 16 comments

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spannerman79 commented Aug 17, 2015

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dgibbs64 commented Aug 17, 2015

Its possible. Cannot give you an eta though. :)

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spannerman79 commented Aug 22, 2015

No problem. Wasn't expecting it to happen straight away. Just thought it would be another possible server to add to your list that can run native on linux.

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UltimateByte commented Jan 2, 2016

Gonna check that out, after i got other stuff sorted !

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UltimateByte commented Jan 7, 2016

@spannerman79 I'm gonna check that out soon.
Do you own the game to give me a hand on testing ?

Strange thing is that it doesn't appear here, but maybe the list is just outdated.
https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Dedicated_Servers_List
Edit : my bad, it's actually still in early access, that's why.

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spannerman79 commented Jan 7, 2016

Do you own the game to give me a hand on testing ?

Yes I own it (my steam profile).

From what I can understand it needs Java (I always install the latest stable Oracle JDK version on whatever server instance I use that needs to have Java) so perhaps script wise a check to make sure that java is actually installed? Doesn't have to install Java as different distros use different methods to install packages etc

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UltimateByte commented Jan 7, 2016

I sent you a steam request, so we will be able to talk about this and make tests more easily. ^^

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dgibbs64 commented Oct 9, 2017

Why has this been closed?

@dgibbs64 dgibbs64 reopened this Oct 9, 2017

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MJMPlays commented Feb 15, 2018

There is out of today a new version of Rising World that is fully integrated with Steam. Would it be possible to integrate it now with LinuxGSM ?

https://forum.rising-world.net/thread/7823-changelog-2018-02-14-getting-rid-of-the-hive/?postID=58188#post58188

"On linux, you can execute this command: ./steamcmd.sh +login anonymous +app_update 339010 +quit"

thanks, would love to be able to use all linuxGSM features with this server

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MJMPlays commented Apr 12, 2018

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dgibbs64 commented Apr 12, 2018

As far as I am aware SteamCMD is 32-bit only. However Rising World might be 64-bit only. Are you able to confirm this?

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dgibbs64 commented Apr 12, 2018

Do you have a link about steamcmd being only 64-bit now? If so I will need to alter documentation. If Valve are only supporting 64-bit now there is not a lot I will be able to do

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dgibbs64 commented Apr 12, 2018

Sorry missed that bit. So what Red51 is saying is Rising World server is now 64-bit only now because the Steam API wrapper they are using for the game is 64-bit only. This will be built in to the game and not related to SteamCMD.

So there is nothing I can do about this as its related to Rising World development. I will however update documentation to reflect that Rising World server only supports 64-bit.

I recommend upgrading to a 64-bit OS as all CPU's for around the past 10 years have supported 64-bit. I dont think there is any reason to use 32-bit distos anymore and 64-bit is backwards compatible anyway. In fact many distros have/are discontinuing 32-bit versions. https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2017/09/ubuntu-17-10-32-bit-builds-dropped

OMG! Ubuntu!
You won't be able to download Ubuntu 17.10 32-bit desktop builds, as Ubuntu is dropping 32-bit builds of Ubuntu 17.10 desktop entirely.
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dgibbs64 commented Apr 21, 2018

@MJMPlays well there are no plans for a graphical interface (for various reasons) a few have attempted a web interface but nothing that is "production ready". However I have been talking with a company that are creating a HLSW replacement. Its not ready yet but I have been given a preview and its awesome! I think it will compliment LinuxGSM perfectly.

https://www.obek.com/

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