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Post  K4rm4l0ver on Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:45 am

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Lineage II Private Server Setup Guide



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MSSQL:



http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/6/e/e6ea2122-5c4d-4a0d-baa8-8138548f9973/SQLEVAL.exe



Extract your Lineage2 Server (170MB+) files onto a directory. Extract L2server.zip (1.81 MB) into your Server's root directory that contains CacheD, L2LogD, L2NPC, NewAuth, etc. Overwrite all the files when prompt. Extract DBScript.zip (103.4 KB) into your Server's root directory that contains the folder DBScript and override all the files.



When installing MSSQL. Make sure you take note of the account/user login and password!! You'll need them for later. Here's a quick walkthru installation guide:



Make sure you choose "Local Computer"

Then "Creater a new instance of SQL Server, or install Client Tools" //or something similar. If you don't have this option prompt. Don't worry about it. You get this if you're installing again for the 2nd time.

Make sure you pick "Server and Client Tools" along the way in the installation process.

It'll automatically check "Default" for instance name or you can specific one. It doesn't really matter which one you pick as long as you remember the instance name.

Along the way in the installation process, make sure you pick an option that uses Both MySQL Login and Windows Login.



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IP Configurations

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Go to your Lineage 2 Server folder.



In each of these following folders: L2LogD, CacheD, NewAuth, PetitionD, L2NPC, and L2Server, they contain a configuration file that is either a *.ini or *.txt document. You don't need to change anything and make sure they're set at 127.0.0.1. The only time you would need to change them is if you are loading them from multiple computers! It doesn't matter if you even have a router! As long as you are loading all 6 Process from the same machine, you just need to keep most of the IP adress as 127.0.0.1.

Change the following lines in config.txt under "NewAuth\etc" folder:

DevServerIP="24.68.124.198" //Change this to your Internet IP address, your WAN, the IP that you get from your ISP. Visit www.whatismyip.com to find it.

logdip="127.0.0.1" //Change this to what you used for your L2LogD.ini address.

Change the following lines in l2cache.ini under CacheD folder:

address="127.0.0.1" //Change this only if you plan to load this from a different computer! Adjust it to the ip of that computer! If PC2 has IP of 192.168.0.121 and it is planning to load L2CacheD.exe there. Then change it, otherwise leave it as 127.0.0.1!



Change the following lines in l2logd.ini under L2LogD folder:

address="127.0.0.1" //Same thing as L2CacheD.ini



Change the following lines in config.txt under PetitionD\etc folder:

webAuthServer="127.0.0.1" //Same thing as L2CacheD.ini



Change the following lines in L2NPC.ini under L2NPC folder:

//Change them accordingly to what you adjusted for them. If L2LogD.ini has ip of 192.168.0.121 on PC2. Then change that IP in L2NPC.ini to that. You are pointing L2NPC.exe to connect to the other Server Processes. Leave the ports alone!



[LogD]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=3999



[CacheD]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=2008



[server]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=2002



[map]

directory="map"



[World]

WorldId=1



[db]

address="127.0.0.1"

user="gamma" //This should be your MSSQL Login (I used sa since it sets up the sa account for you when you install SQL and sa has all permissions)

password="l2online" //This should be your MSSQL Password

[Setting]

;Country=0 KR

;Country=1 US

;Country=2 JP

;Country=3 TW

;Country=4 CN

Country=1 //Change this accordingly to what "CLIENT" version you allow to connect!

ExceptionMailing=false

MailServer=ncs-mail.ncsoft.co.kr



Change the following lines in l2server.ini under L2Server folder:

//Again, the same explaination from L2NPC.ini config applies here as well!

[LogD]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=3999



[CacheD]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=2006



[AuthD]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=2104



[petitionD]

address="127.0.0.1"

port=2107

WorldId=1 //Leave this as 1 if you don't plan to run multiple servers! WorldId = ServerId in lin2db (will be explained furtherdown). If they're not the same number, your server won't be connecting to the same gameworld or won't find one to connect to!



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Setting up Database Scripts

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Important! - If you are running MSSQL Server on the same machine that's hosting the server. Leave everything at 127.0.0. and 127.0.0.1!! The only time you would need to change this is if you're trying to connect to a different computer running Lineage 2 Chronicle One Server! You would then need to adjust it accordingly to that computer's IP!



Important!! #2 - If you already have an existing mysql db installed and are changing connection to connect to a different MSSQL Server (say to your friend's computer). You will need to update your MSSQL database information again. By doing this, make sure you export all your previous data! Because if you input the new IP changes, everything from the previous data will be lost! All character and account information are stored in lin2db and lin2world!



open lin2comm_new.sql under DBScript



find

set @conn_str = '127.0.0.' + @world_id + ''';''sa'';''l2online'

change 127.0.0. to the first 3 sets of numbers of your internal IP (If your internal IP is 192.168.0.121 then enter 192.168.0.)

change "sa" as your SQL database account

change "l2online" as your SQL database password

there are 3 lines you have to change

find

'SQLOLEDB', '127.0.0.1';'sa';'l2online'

change 127.0.0.1 to your internal IP

change "sa" as your SQL database account

change "l2online" as your SQL database password

there is only 1 line you have to change

save and close the file.

open lin2world_20040609_all.sql under DBScript

find

set @conn_str = '127.0.0.' + @world_id + ''';''sa'';''l2online'

change 127.0.0. to the first 3 sets of numbers of your internal IP (If your internal IP is 192.168.0.121 then enter 192.168.0.)

change "sa" as your SQL database account

change "l2online" as your SQL database password

there are 3 lines you have to change



find

'SQLOLEDB', '127.0.0.1';'sa';'l2online'

change 127.0.0.1 to your internal IP

change "sa" as your SQL database account

change "l2online" as your SQL database password

there are 2 lines you have to change

save and close the file

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Part II

Post  K4rm4l0ver on Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:47 am

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Setting up MSSQL Database for Lineage 2

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Make sure the SQL server is running, Open Service Manager (found in start menu) and if the start/continue button isn't greyed out click it.



Open SQL Server Enterprise Manager (start menu again), double click SQL Server Group, double click (local) the click OK. Double click on databases folder, to make a database right click and select New Database. Make the following databases: lin2world, lin2comm, lin2log, lin2report, lin2db, petition





If you used "sa" as your account you dont have to give permissions cause they already are set, if you used another account you have to make it and give permissions to the databases.



Go to the tools menu, then click SQL Query Analyser.





Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to lin2world. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose lin2world_20040609_all.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to lin2comm. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose lin2comm_new.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to lin2log. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose lin2log_20040416.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to lin2report. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose lin2report_20040416.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to lin2db. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose lin2db_AuthDBSchema.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to lin2db. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose lin2db_update.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Change the database drop down menu on the top bar to petition. Then click the Load SQL Script button (Also on the top bar). Choose petition.sql (Located in the DBScript folder). Click the Parse Query button (blue check mark icon) then once that is done click Execute Query (The green triangle icon). After this is complete go file save.



Close SQL Query Analyzer and open SQL Server Enterprise Manager. Under databases click lin2db then double click the tables icon. Right click on the server table go open table, then select return all rows. Add the following information:



To add information in for the example [ id = 1 ] you would put the number 1 in the id column:

id = 1

name = same as the worldname in l2server.ini

ip = your external IP

inner_ip = your internal IP

ageLimit = 0

pk_flag = 0 PK not allow; 1 allow

kind=0

port=7777



Close the SQL Server Enterprise Manager.



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DSN Configuration

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Open control panel, click administrative tools, then double click Data Sources (ODBC).



Choose the File DSN tab then click the add button. Select SQL Server and click next, type lin2world. Leave description blank and select (local) in the server dropdown menu then click next. Leave it on windows NT configuration and click next. Check the box next to Change Default Database to, then select the lin2world database and click next, then click finish and ok.



Click add button again. Select SQL Server and click next, type petition. Leave description blank and select (local) in the server dropdown menu then click next. Leave it on windows NT configuration and click next. Check the box next to Change Default Database to, then select the petition database and click next, then click finish and ok.



Click add button again. Select SQL Server and click next, type lin2comm. Leave description blank and select (local) in the server dropdown menu then click next. Leave it on windows NT configuration and click next. Check the box next to Change Default Database to, then select the lin2comm database and click next, then click finish and ok.



Click add button again. Select SQL Server and click next, type lin2log. Leave description blank and select (local) in the server dropdown menu then click next. Leave it on windows NT configuration and click next. Check the box next to Change Default Database to, then select the lin2log database and click next, then click finish and ok.



Click add button again. Select SQL Server and click next, type lin2report. Leave description blank and select (local) in the server dropdown menu then click next. Leave it on windows NT configuration and click next. Check the box next to Change Default Database to, then select the lin2report database and click next, then click finish and ok.



Click add button again. Select SQL Server and click next, type lin2db. Leave description blank and select (local) in the server dropdown menu then click next. Leave it on windows NT configuration and click next. Check the box next to Change Default Database to, then select the lin2db database and click next, then click finish and ok.

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System INI Configuration

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Go to your control panel (from start menu) then click the system icon, advanced tab, under performance click settings, then choose the advanced tab again and click the change button under virtual memory. Set Custom size with minimum set at 1024 and maximum set at 4096



You must do this to run all the NPC's.



Locate your boot.ini file in C:\ Drive. You'll need to change folder view setting to include hidden and system files or else you won't be able to find it.



Open C:\Boot.ini in notepad, the last line should look like:



multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /nodetect



or something similar, add the /3GB tag at the end. It should look like this (if your line was the same as the line above)



multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /nodetect /3GB



Reboot your computer





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Part III

Post  K4rm4l0ver on Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:49 am

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ASP Account Registeration System

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Extract L2Asp.zip to your C:\Inetpub\wwwroot (or wherever you have as your IIS root directory, this is default)



If you don't have Internet Information Services installed. Then you'll need to find your Windows XP Pro CD. Go to Add/Remove Program and select "Add/Remove Windows Components" -Select Internet Information Services from the list and install it.



Open the conn.asp (from the directory that you just extracted to) with notepad and change the following:

ms_sql_server_host_addr = "127.0.0.1" //This should be set to your WAN IP. Leave it as 127.0.0.1 if you want to just manually make accounts on your computer for your friends.



sql_server_username = "sa"

sql_server_password = "l2online"

save and close the file.



Open control panel, click administrative tools, then double click Internet Information Services. Click on local computer then click websites. Right click default websites and go properties. Click on the documents tab and then the add button. Under default document name type index.asp then press OK. Select index.asp and use the up arrow to move it to the top of the list then press OK.



Close IIS and open internet explorer and type http://127.0.0.1 (where 127.0.0.1 is your internal IP)

Once the website comes up click register. Then enter a username and a password and click next.



You have now made an account on your server.



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Client Setup

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Install your Lineage 2 Chronicle ONE Client (either download it or off a CD). Chronicle 2 Client will NOT WORK on C1 Private Server!

If you want things to be in english, install the US client and unzip l2cnpatch.zip, c2textures and l2cnmeshes.zip to your /System/ directory.



Unzip Fixed15-10-2004html.zip to your server directory (\L2server\html\) and overwrite all the files.



Extract l2decrypt.zip to your computer (doesnt matter where). Run the decrypter and decrypt the L2.ini file. Then open up L2.ini file with notepad.



"L2.ini"



MapExt=unr

EXEName=l2.exe

SaveExt=usa

Port=7777

Class=LineageWarrior.MFighter

ServerAddr=69.105.31.9 //Change it to your WAN IP

IsL2NetLogin=True

IsL2Console=True

IsL2Seamless=True

IsL2Projector=True



Change the IP to your WAN IP. The IP that's the same as NewAuth and the one in MsSql Lin2db Server entry.



Re-encrypt the file with v212 or v211 setting. Copy it to your Client's /System/ Folder and override the L2.ini file there. When you start up your client. Make sure you are using the L2.exe from the /System/ Folder and not the Lineage2.exe in /Lineage 2/ Folder



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Running the Server

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Open the files in the following order.



L2LogD.exe



File DB = lin2log

login name = your SQL account

password = your SQL password



CacheD.exe



File DB = lin2world

login name = your SQL account

password = your SQL password



L2AuthD.exe



File DSN = lin2db

login name = your SQL account

password = your SQL password



PetitionD.exe



Server = (local)//or the name of the server for your MySQL Server Agent

login name = your SQL account

password = your SQL password

Database = petition



L2Server.exe



L2NPC.exe



Congrats with setting up your server!



If you want to free up some system resources. You can shutdown Petition Server once everything is fully loaded. Some people claim L2LogD Server is also not require to run. You can try shutting it down, but I don't recommend it, since CacheD, L2AuthD, L2Server, and L2NPC requires it when loading. L2Server.exe must be running on the same machine with L2NPC.exe! You cannot load them on seperate computers for some stupid reason!



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Setting up Administration Account / GM Characters

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For this to work you must have created an user account.



Open SQL Server Enterprise Manager (start menu again), double click SQL Server Group, double click on your local server then click OK. Double click on databases folder and select lin2db. Click on tables then find user_account, right click on it and select Open Table then Return All Rows. Note the name and uid of the account that you want to make a gm.



Go back to databases and this time select lin2world. Click tables and select builder_account, right click select Open table then Return All Rows. Under account name enter the name of your character (that you noted before in user_account) and under default builder enter 1 and under account_id enter the uid you noted from user_account.

When you make a new character on this account it will have GM powers, the commands are located in script/BuilderCmdAlias.txt and are used //command so to disable invisible mode you would type in: //hide off



To give a current character GM powers, Go back to databases and select lin2world. Click tables and select user_data, right click select Open table then Return All Rows. All the character on the server will be listed, you can just change the builder value from 0 to 9 for any character you want to give GM powers.



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Editing the Server / Gameplay Properties

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All the things you can edit are in the /scripts folder.

For EXP/SP/Adena rates and drops you can edit: npcdata.txt

For GM Commands you can edit: BuilderCmdAlias.txt

For Item stats you can edit: Itemdata.txt

For Blacksmith sell lists you can edit: multisell.txt

For NPC spawn locations you can edit: npcpos.txt

For Recipe information you can edit: recipe.txt

For Teleporters and store you can edit: ai.obj



Before you begin editting anything. A rule of thumb is ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR FILES.





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