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Coop server on Linux

6 months 3 weeks ago #7 by snowman
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Do you use firewall?

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6 months 3 weeks ago #8 by toadlife
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snowman wrote: Do you use firewall?


No. There is no firewall on the server or or externally. The old pre-sabre squadron server executable works fine. It's just the SabreSquadron server executable that you need for coop that doesn't work.

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6 months 3 weeks ago #9 by Stern
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Can you use some program like WireShark to see what is being sent and received by the network when someone connects ?
It might give something to begin with...
First check the interaction between working server and client (the one that works on ubuntu), then you know what to look for.

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6 months 3 weeks ago #10 by snowman
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I guess a common problem has emerged. I have installed the H&D2 Connector
to be able to start H&D2 straight from the browser. I get stuck on the "Creating
client. Connecting to server..." message with the turquoise background :)

There was some message with Firewall in the command prompt, that I couldn't
read. I allowed an incoming rule in the Firewall, but still no go...

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6 months 3 weeks ago #11 by toadlife
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Stern wrote: Can you use some program like WireShark to see what is being sent and received by the network when someone connects ?
It might give something to begin with...
First check the interaction between working server and client (the one that works on ubuntu), then you know what to look for.


I'm going to try that next. For now, I've installed Window 10 home on the VPS and am running my servers from there. Rather than test on the VPS which is slow and cumbersome, I'm going to set up an old laptop here at home and test using that.
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6 months 2 weeks ago #12 by toadlife
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Well, I got it working in FreeBSD. :devil:

It will do!
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