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Lizard Kings 667/704 full tutorial! Intro: Im [B]Xander[/B] aka Lizard King/Quynguyen14 Im currently working on my own project and learning more and more everyday about 667 coding I plan to be putting out atleast 1 tut/week from NPCs to adding shortcuts, drops, shops, etc. Any changes I need to make please leave below. (I threw this together in about 2hrs for fun) If you think this guide is too hard to follow, let me know below, its my 1st guide. Leave a suggestion for what next weeks tut/snippet should be! The first things you need are a source and client. look around, they arent hard to find. or inbox me a request for links * First things first. If you are hosting this, you will want to read parts 1-4. If you are using this for personal use, skip part 2 completely. Prep Work: Download and extract both the source and client to desktop. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [COLOR="#00FF00"][U][B]PART 1.[/B] [/U][/COLOR]Client Work. 1. Open the "Your Client" file you extracted. 2. Right click on compile and click edit. 3. You should see: [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/1-1.png[/IMG] 4. In the red, you see my JDK version is 1.6.0_30. You need to change this to your JDK version. 5. If your not sure what yours is, heres how to check: (if you know yours, skip to step 6) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Checking your JDK and JRE: (if you dont have JDK or JRE, you will need them both, find them here: [url]http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html[/url]) click: windows (bottom left) computer OS (C:) Program Files or Program Files (x86) depending on your computer. (mines in Program Files) Once you find a java folder click on it. Heres an example of what you should see: [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/2-1.png[/IMG] jdk1.6.0_30+ will be fine along with jre7 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6. Change jdk1.6.0_30 to your version (6+) IF YOUR JAVA FILE IS IN Program Files (x86) change the path to look like: "C:\Program Files (x86)\ 7. Save, Compile, Run. 8. If this did not work, right click run and edit it. If there is anything about JDK, change it to your version, however there shouldn't be. [COLOR="#FF0000"]END OF PART 1.[/COLOR] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [COLOR="#00FF00"]PART 2.[/COLOR] [COLOR="#FF0000"]For those who are hosting[/COLOR]! Port Forwarding Guide. Overview: This step is for those who plan on hosting. port forwarding is a MUST. There are many guides on how to port forward that will most likely be better than mine, so feel free to explore. In this guide I will show you how it worked for me. What does it do? Port forwarding allows other people to connect to your RSPS. Guide: 1. Go to No-Ip.com and register. [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/3-2.png[/IMG] 2. Login to your account and click "add a host". [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/4-1.png[/IMG] 3. Here is a diagram of what to do along with typed steps for those who are special. Steps: Choose any name, I suggest something simple like rsps. Select "no-ip.biz" at end Select DNS Host (A) if it isnt Make sure you IP is there Create Host Diagram: [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/5-1.png[/IMG] 4. Now you must download No-Ip. 5. Click on the No-Ip logo to bring you to the home page. [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/6.png[/IMG] 6. Once you download it, open the download (DUC) 7. You might need to sign in and what not 8. Select hosts, select yours and save. [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/select.png[/IMG] ~this finishes all with no-ip~ THIS IS THE PART THAT DIFFERS FROM EACH PERSON 9. Click on the windows icon (bottom left) and search cmd. run that and a black window should pop up 10. Type in: ipconfig and then hit enter 11. Scroll up a tad until you see: [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/ipconfig.png[/IMG] 12. Open your internet browser and type your default gateway into the search bar. hit enter and it should bring you to your router login page. Example: [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/login-1.png[/IMG] (my router is provided by time warner cable) 13. Once you login to your router, your going to want to search around until you find something that looks like this: [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/likedis.png[/IMG] 14. Fill out one of your lines by following the diagram OR typed instructions: 14.1 Take your IPV4 address and add the last few numbers to what is given. 14.2 I cant tell you what mine is, but for example my IpV4 could be: 192.168.0.06 , I would then fill in 06 14.3 Next is the start port and end port, you need to use 43594 as your port number. 14.4 I dont think I needed to do internal port #, but I did anyway. 14.5 Protocol is where it asks you like TCP or UDP. just select both. 14.6 Then enable it, save/apply/etc. [IMG]http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa343/xanderhamm/kk.png[/IMG] Done with the port forwarding! PART 2 CONTINUED! Making it so players can connect to your client! 1. Open "your client" folder 2. Search loader and open loader 3. hit Ctrl+h OR edit, Replace 4. Replace all 127.0.0.1 with your No-Ip address. for example, mine would be rsps.no-ip.biz/(rsps1.no-ip.biz) WHATEVER YOU MADE YOUR HOST NAME FROM NO-IP 5. Save, Compile, Done. [COLOR="#FF0000"]END OF PART 2.[/COLOR] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [COLOR="#00FF00"]PART 3.[/COLOR] Source work This is a lot like Part one, you need to know your JDK and JRE versions. No pictures are included because you should have the hang of this by now 1. Open "your source" folder. 2. Right click and edit compile 3. In the compiler, edit the JDK version to whatever you have, save, exit, compile. 4. Right click and edit run 5. This has JRE 7 in it. Change it to your version, save, exit, run. [COLOR="#FF0000"]END OF PART 3.[/COLOR] [COLOR="#00FF00"]PART 4. [/COLOR] This should conclude it all for now. You can now run your source and client together. Run the source 1st, then the client [COLOR="#0000FF"]DONE.[/COLOR] [COLOR="#EE82EE"]Please leave feedback below![/COLOR]