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If anyone has time can someone show me how to get one of the sources on here running I am stumped lol.. 

 

Thanks 

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Download the JDK: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html

Download an IDE (Integrated Development Environment): For example IntelliJ, Netbeans or Eclipse.

 https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/oomph/epp/neon/R2a/eclipse-inst-win64.exe 

Download a RSPS (The one below is a clean 317 base that would be good to start with): 

Import the Server folder and Client folder into eclipse. 

File > new Java project > select your source folder.

File > new Java project > select your client folder.

In your Server folder go to the package 'server' > Server.Java and click run > run as java application

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In your client folder go to the default package and find client.java Go to run > Run configurations, click the arguments tab and paste this in '30 0 highmem members 32' Click Apply, then run.

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Run your client and login. 

U9IyCqX.png

Now go do stuffs. @RSPS 2017

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16 hours ago, Fallout said:

Download the JDK: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html

Download an IDE (Integrated Development Environment): For example IntelliJ, Netbeans or Eclipse.

 https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/oomph/epp/neon/R2a/eclipse-inst-win64.exe 

Download a RSPS (The one below is a clean 317 base that would be good to start with): 

Import the Server folder and Client folder into eclipse. 

File > new Java project > select your source folder.

File > new Java project > select your client folder.

In your Server folder go to the package 'server' > Server.Java and click run > run as java application

Uwcie0Y.png

In your client folder go to the default package and find client.java Go to run > Run configurations, click the arguments tab and paste this in '30 0 highmem members 32' Click Apply, then run.

dOBpnKM.png

Run your client and login. 

U9IyCqX.png

Now go do stuffs. @RSPS 2017

 

 

Thanks i should of updated sooner I was having a dumb little problem it was a cache issue i fixed it a few days ago but have been busy due to the holidays I am new with the 718+ clients learning process here lol but yea thanks 

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