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StrikerM
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Old 11-29-2019 , 10:38   Question about files
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Is possible update a file from a server to another one without sql ? and if it is can i get a tutorial ?
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Old 11-29-2019 , 11:00   Re: Question about files
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You've changed your mind quite fast about MySQL after being asked about what you're trying to accomplish with it. You could've updated your question or just post your issue in the previous thread.
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Old 11-29-2019 , 11:16   Re: Question about files
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You've changed your mind quite fast about MySQL after being asked about what you're trying to accomplish with it. You could've updated your question or just post your issue in the previous thread.
No, is different system that i want to make, no mysql, just update files from a server to another one.
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Old 11-29-2019 , 12:37   Re: Question about files
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No, is different system that i want to make, no mysql, just update files from a server to another one.
For using a point system for a common server, you can use HLStatsX or CSSTATS SQL
that does same as you want.
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Old 11-29-2019 , 16:39   Re: Question about files
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For using a point system for a common server, you can use HLStatsX or CSSTATS SQL
that does same as you want.
This is the problem.. i don't know how to make them
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Old 11-29-2019 , 18:05   Re: Question about files
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I can write SQL for you, if you can do the AMX-X scripting.
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Old 11-29-2019 , 18:09   Re: Question about files
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I can write SQL for you, if you can do the AMX-X scripting.
Yes i can, i did the point system and i can learn what you do for me, this is the point i didn't have any good tutorial o internet to learn.
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Old 11-29-2019 , 18:50   Re: Question about files
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You're saying with something as widely used as SQL, there are no tutorials on the internet for it?
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Old 11-29-2019 , 19:13   Re: Question about files
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You're saying with something as widely used as SQL, there are no tutorials on the internet for it?
They are some, but they are like this "add admin -u mysql -e to your server" what can you understand from this as a beginner ?

A tutorial need to be more explicit like "enter in cstrike/addons/server.cfg and add sv_restart 1", forgive me that i ask for this but i am noob in this things and i want to learn.
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Old 11-29-2019 , 20:16   Re: Question about files
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Are you asking about a tutorial for the AMX-X api's, or writing SQL statements? I did not mean to sound harsh, but there is tons of info online about learning SQL. If you need help with the api, look for the SQLx tut by Hawk552.
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