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MustardJeep
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Very general Moss question

Post by MustardJeep » Sun Jun 03, 2012 11:42 pm

Hi guys and gals,

Well as my client is just a hairs breath from alpha1; (everything should work, but no local server to test it with), I'm in need of some very general help. Linux is very foreign to my c++ skill set....... Is there a very general description of what the files are for? I'm looking for something like folder a (time), folder b (database), folder c (server).... I just need to get some kind of handle to wrap my head around it.

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Re: Very general Moss question

Post by Lyrositor » Sun Jun 03, 2012 11:54 pm

Hi MustardJeep. :)
It's been a while since I've used MOSS, but from what I remember:
There's a "bin" folder with the binaries.
There's a "lib" folder with the libraries.
There's a "file" folder for the file server.
There's an "auth" folder for the auth server.
There's a "game" folder for the game server.
There's an "etc" folder for configuration.
And PostgreSQL is the database server.
These folders are all located under one folder, which you determine at compile time.
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Re: Very general Moss question

Post by MustardJeep » Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:09 am

Wow....thanks that is more or less exactly what I was looking for and needed.

Unix/Linux is not something I'm that comfortable with but this helps a lot on the "who did what now" sort of questions I was having.

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