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neiltoe
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Old 12-07-2005 , 18:43  
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Im using a commercial server "Art of War servers" but I cant honestly say what OS. But its windows that all I know of.

Here's an odd question do you simply think its a port issue since I dont have admin privies to the ports?
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:00  
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great plugin !!!
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:01  
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No, it should beable to load, but then it may not beable to connect to IRC (it would tell you if it couldn't connect).
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:03  
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well never have gotten to the loaded sequence so thats a good bit to know lol. Any more ideas im more than willing to try them. Im half tempted to start my lan server and try it on my connection but I wont run that full time again not when I have a commercial server. Can you pls send me the pack you have confirmed works to [email protected]
I'll happily reinstall and update you.
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:08  
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Well, I'm using the same one that is available for download, and it works.

Maybe reinstalling would be worth a try?
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:12  
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ok ill try it again not one to easily be discouraged but i have reinstalled well over 10 times.
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:32  
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I saw those log in my servers too before it crashed, but I think I fixed it.

One suggestion for you... You might want to load one thing at a time and let it runs for awhile. Make sure its' stable before you add in another plugin. That was what I did to my server, and right now its' seem okay.

I'm not an expert in this field, but I think there is problem with that metamod thingie (not stable).

Good Luck to your server!
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Old 12-07-2005 , 19:38  
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I was wondering this as well... SourceMM 1.1.2 doesn't appear to be stable from reading around the forums. Looks like people trying to use CS:S DM are having problems.

Until SourceMM 1.1.2 is fixed, you can download version 1.1 here.
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Old 12-07-2005 , 20:05  
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ok thnx

Code:
-Id- Name              Version   Author       Status  
[01] -                 -         -            ERROR   
[02] CS:S DM           0.76      BAILOPAN     RUN     
] rcon meta version
Metamod:Source version 1.1.1
Compiled on: Oct 22 2005
Plugin interface version: 7:7
SourceHook version: 4:3
http://www.sourcemm.net/
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Old 12-07-2005 , 20:18  
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Yikes... must be a totally different problem.

I'll be looking into it.
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