Install on Windows

Cydh Ramdh edited this page Jun 28, 2018 · 2 revisions

Prerequisites

All of the following must be installed on your system before you proceed.

Obtaining the Source

Using Git Only

Recommended to use Git Clone because rAthena's Github Repository is up-to-date

  • Make a new folder '''rAthena''' then right-click it and choose '''Git Bash'''
  • Then do git clone https://github.com/rathena/rathena.git
  • Once it done, your local working copy is ready to use.

Using TortoiseGit

  • Right-click a folder
  • Choose TortoiseGit -> Settings
  • In General put C:\Program Files\Git\bin (default MSysGit path) in the Git.exe Path
  • Click OK.
  • Create a new folder rAthena then right-click it, Git Clone...
  • Put the URL https://github.com/rathena/rathena
  • Click OK.
  • Wait until the cloning process is done.

Compiling

rAthena ships with solution and project files for Visual Studio from 2013 onwards.

  • Open rAthena.sln in your rAthena folder.
  • You may need to select your desired toolset in order to compile successfully.
  • Right-click the solution node on the right side of the screen in the Solution Explorer. This should be labelled Solution 'rAthena' (x projects) and select Build solution. If you have compiled the server before, it is recommended to use Rebuild solution, as it forces the compiling of all components, not just those that have changed since the last compile process.
  • If the compilation was successful, the resulting executables are in the same folder as the solution named login-server.exe, char-server.exe and map-server.exe.

Configuring

IP info

Next let's get your IP info.

  • Press Windows-Key + R on your keyboard.
  • Type cmd into the box, then click OK. Type in ipconfig and press the Enter key. You should see something similar to this:
 Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection
    Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
    Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : 
    IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.xxx.x.xx < Your IP! (LAN IP)
    Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.xxx.x.x

In place of the x there will be numbers. Open notepad; go back to the console window and right-click it's window title and select option "Select..." then click and drag over your IP address (selection will appear in inverted colors), or just copy the whole thing. For Windows 7 you will need to right click the window with the text, and click mark; then click and drag. This IP address is known as your LAN IP. Next go to [http://www.whatismyip.net/ whatismyip.net] and take note of your IP address from there. This is your WAN IP, just for future reference to make it world-wide.

Conf Folder

Please keep in mind that if you have the intention of running rAthena on a Windows Server, you should be adding these values to the conf/import/ directory instead of changing these values

Open char_athena.conf and map_athena.conf with your text editor of choice. If your LAN IP and WAN IP are same then put that one IP down for all of the IP locations.

Char_athena

login_ip will be the LAN IP.

char_ip will be WAN IP.

Change server_name to the name you want your server to be.

You can change wisp_server_name to what you would like it to be. wisp_server_name is the name that shows up when a character logs in and receives a PM about it being night.

The rest of things that can be changed here will be explained later.

Map_athena

char_ip is the LAN IP.

map_ip is the WAN IP.

Be sure to remove the // before each IP line.

When you are done, it should look like this:

 // Character Server IP
 // The map server connects to the character server using this IP address.
 // NOTE: This is useful when you are running behind a firewall or are on
 // a machine with multiple interfaces.
 char_ip: 192.xxx.x.x < LAN IP
 
 // The map server listens on the interface with this IP address.
 // NOTE: This allows you to run multiple servers on multiple interfaces
 // while using the same ports for each server.
 //bind_ip: 127.0.0.1
 
 // Character Server Port
 char_port: 6121
 
 // Map Server IP
 // The IP address which clients will use to connect.
 // Set this to what your server's public IP address is.
 map_ip: 69.xxx.x.x < WAN IP

Post Installation

After you have finished configuring at this point, you will need to setup the MySQL Server that rAthena requires.

See Also

Home

Getting Started

Configure your Server

Customization

Setup the Client

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