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  1. you use what you want   I use the old one because it works for me
  2. you can follow the two guides   I myself has those two local server on my computer and it is usefull to test one fix in different servers
  3. Download and install those softwares: CMake 3.7.2 https://cmake.org/files/v3.7/cmake-3.7.2-win64-x64.msi (other versions may cause errors in the process) Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2017 https://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/ During installation, select Visual C++ (Classic C++ Apps) installation. I'd recommend to also install C#/.Net for compiling some tools that could be found over the Internet and might help in further development. MySQL Community Server http://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/MySQLInstaller/mysql-installer-web-community-5.7.18.1.msi During installation, select "Custom", then click "Next" then you need to add under "MySQL Servers": "MySQL Server X64" and under "Applications": "MySQL Workbench X64". Then click "Next" and wait for the install. After the installation, you need to configure the server. In "Type and Networking" leave the default values. In "Accounts and Roles" you need to specify the password for the "root" default account. For example, give "root" as a password. This password and the login "root" will need to be written down in configuration files (plain text) for your server so do not use your favourite password. After giving the password and its confirmation, click "Next". In "Windows Service" check "Configure MySQL Server as a Windows Service" and click "Next" and then "Execute", "Finish", "Next", check "Start MySQL Workbench", click "Finish". Now MySQL Workbench is started. We configure it to use the server connection. At the top, click menu "Database" and "Manage Connections..." A window opens, click at the bottom left "New". Give a name to "Connection Name" for example "Root". Leave the other values to default (Hostname 127.0.0.1, Port 3306, Username root). For Password click button "Store in Vault..." and give the password you used during installation. Then click "Test Connection" to verify it works and then click "Close" Bellow the menu, at the left of "MySQL Connections", click the icon at the right of the +, then select your connection you just created and click "Close". Your connection now appears bellow "MySQL Connections". If you click on it, MySQL Workbench will connect to your local MySQL server. To make sure that your server is running, in the left panel under "instance" click "Startup / Shutdown" and it should be written in green "running". (The steps written in gray are optional/troubleshooting) Go in the folder "C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\include". See if the two files "binary_log_funcs.h" and "binary_log_types.h" are present. If not, create two text files with those names in your Desktop folder. Then fill them with the content available here: https://github.com/m...ogevents/export. And finally move them in the include directory were they are missing. You have to do this because of a mistake made by the creators of the installator of MySQL in Windows. Win64 OpenSSL 1.0.Xx (64bit, not "Light" and not 1.1.Xx!) https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html Git https://github.com/g....2.11.0-64-bit.exe During installation, you need to choose "Use Git from the Windows Command Prompt", all other options can be left as default ZeroMQ 4.0.4 (64bit) http://miru.hk/archi...miru1.0-x64.exe Boost 1.64.0 mscv14.1 (64bit) https://sourceforge.net/projects/boost/files/boost-binaries/1.64.0/boost_1_64_0-msvc-14.1-64.exe/download After the installation you need to add a system variable to allow CMake to know where to find Boost. Open the System page of your computer: by using the shortcut WINDOWS+PAUSE or in the explorer with right click on "Computer" and click "Properties" In the left panel click "Advanced system settings" A window appears, select tab "Advanced" and click button "Environment Variables..." A window appears, click button new under "System Variables". As name give "BOOST_ROOT" and as value give "C:\local\boost_1_64_0" (this has to be the directory where boost was installed). While you are here For step 5 of the (Git) guide to make sure Git is detected later, check "PATH" variable if it has C:\Program Files\Git\cmd inside it, if not add it manually. Then click "ok" and close all windows. download those resources: The core sources https://gitlab.com/trinitycore/TrinityCore_434/tree/1a3911163285968d93c2d0d1dc97618b5d74a19c (click button "Download ZIP") The world database archive: "TDB_full_world_434.19_2017_05_16.rar" Archive "Data.7z": files required by the server (dbc, maps, vmaps, mmaps) installation Create a folder where you will put everything related to your local server(s). I assume you named it "ServerWow". Put this folder preferably on your desktop folder or documents folder due to windows administrator rights. Rename the Core sources "TrinityCore_434-1a3911163285968d93c2d0d1dc97618b5d74a19c-1a3911163285968d93c2d0d1dc97618b5d74a19c.zip" to simple name e.g. "TrinityCore.zip" and extract in ServerWow. Keep the names short, because long names cause trouble in Windows. You obtain the folder "TrinityCore". Create an empty folder named "TrinityCore434-4.3.4-build" in ServerWow In your Wow client (version 4.3.4), go to "Data\enGB", then open "realmlist.wtf" with a text editor and replace all its content by "set realmlist 127.0.0.1". This is the address "localhost" meaning the address of your own computer Create a shortcut for CMake-gui (located here for me C:\Program Files\CMake\bin\cmake-gui.exe) and put it in the folder ServerWow and run it. Click button "Browse Source..." and select the source folder "TrinityCore_434-1a3911..." Click button "Browse Build..." and select the folder (create if not exists) TrinityCore434-4.3.4-build Click button "Configure". A window appears. In the list, select "Visual Studio 15 2017 Win64" and select "Use default native compilers". Then click "Finish" and wait the configuration is finished. If you obtain an error because MySQL was not found: In the panel above "Configure" button you should see "MYSQL_INCLUDE_DIR-NOTFOUND" in red. You need to give to CMake the folder of the include directory of MySQL. Click on "MYSQL_INCLUDE_DIR-NOTFOUND". At the right a button "..." appears, click on it and select the folder "C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\include" in the window that appeared. (be carefull, the value then is "C:/Program Files/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.7/include": / instead of \ ) You should also see below "MYSQL_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND". You need to give to CMake the path to the .lib file of MySQL. Click on "MYSQL_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND" and then on the button "..." and select the file "C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\lib\libmysql.lib" in the window that appeared. (be carefull, the value then is "C:/Program Files/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.7/lib/libmysql.lib": / instead of \) Click button "Configure" again. If everything goes right, at the end you obtain the message "Configuring done". Otherwise post your error to get help. Click button "Generate". If you have "Generating done" at the end, this is good, otherwise post your error to get help. Close CMake Go inside folder "TrinityCore434-4.3.4-build". Lots of files have been added with the CMake generation. Open the file "TrinityCore.sln" (with Microsoft Visual Studio 2017) Make sure that "x64" is selected at the top and just left of this, choose "RelWithDebInfo" instead of "Debug" by default In the "Solution Explorer" (if you do not see it, click menu "View" then "Solution Explorer"), right click on "Solution "TrinityCore"", and click "Build solution". This is the compilation of the server, it can be long (4 minutes on my computer) and it slows down other programs. You can continue with next steps to setup database while waiting for it to end. At the end of the compilation, if everything goes right, you should see something like "========== Build: 17 succeeded, 0 failed, 0 up-to-date, 1 skipped ==========". If you have compilation errors, ask for help here. Close Visual Studio when compilation finished successfully. Create a shortcut for MySQL Workbench (located here for me C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Workbench 6.3 CE\MySQLWorkbench.exe) and put it in the folder ServerWow and run it and connect to your MySQL server with the connection you created. Here we create the three databases needed for the Wow server. At the top left, click menu "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "TrinityCore\sql\base\auth_database.sql" A window appears, at the bottom for "Default Schema Name" we need to give the name of the database. Give this name "auth434", then click "Run" and click "Close" when finished Click "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "TrinityCore\sql\base\characters_database.sql" As "Default Schema Name" for this database give "character434" Extract TDB_full_world_434.19_2017_05_16.rar somewhere, you obtain the file TDB_full_world_434.19_2017_05_16.sql Click "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "TDB_full_world_434.19_2017_05_16.sql" As "Default Schema Name" for this database type "world434" We can manually apply updates for the world database, but if you later did not disable autoupdates in worldserver config it should not be necessary). Go to TrinityCore\sql\updates\world. All SQL files directly here needs to be applied. You can create one file from all of them by concatenating them: on keyboard type WINDOW+R. The execute window appear, type "cmd" inside and enter. It opens the command line. Copy the full folder path containing your SQL file and type this command "cd fullFolderPathContainingYourSQLfile" (to change the directory in the command line). Then paste this command "copy /b *.sql full.sql", full.sql will then contain the concatenation of all SQL script in this folder. You just need to apply the single script "full.sql" to your world434 database now instead of separate files. Click "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "full.sql" As "Default Shema Name" to apply the fix give "world434" You can delete TDB_full_world_434.19_2017_05_16.sql and full.sql now Close MySQL Workbench Go inside the newly created folder "TrinityCore434-4.3.4-build\bin\RelWithDebInfo\". In this folder you have worldserver.exe and authserver.exe (created during the compilation) Copy in the current directory the file libmysql.dll (originally located in C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\lib) Copy in the current directory the file libzmq-v120-mt-4_0_4.dll (originally located here C:\Program Files\ZeroMQ 4.0.4\bin) Extract here the archive named "Data.7z" containing the 4 folders dbc, maps, vmaps and mmaps. You can then delete "Data.7z" Create a copy of the file "authserver.conf.dist" in the same folder and name it "authserver.conf" Create a copy of the file "worldserver.conf.dist" in the same folder and name it "worldserver.conf" Open "authserver.conf" with a text editor, I highly suggest Notepad++, but you can use standard Windows Notepad too, but avoid Office Word or WordPad. You need to modify the line LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;trinity;trinity;auth to the name I told you to use is "auth434". LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;trinity;trinity;auth434 The first thing 127.0.0.1 is the address of the authentication server (leave it like that (it must be the same as your address from your MySQL server)). Then 3306 is the port to connect to the MySQL server (leave it like that (it must be the same in MySQL)). Then there is the login of your MySQL server. Replace it with "root". Then this is the password corresponding to the login in MySQL. The password I told you to use is "root". Then this is the name of the authentication database. Close this file Open worldserver.conf in your text editor. It is almost the same Here, change the three lines LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;trinity;trinity;auth" WorldDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;trinity;trinity;world" CharacterDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;trinity;trinity;characters" with those lines LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;auth434" WorldDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;world434" CharacterDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;character434" (in case there are still problems change one more line) Updates.EnableDatabases = 7 to Updates.EnableDatabases = 0 Close this file You need to create an account on your local server to be able to connect. Open the application worldserver.exe. It should load the server from the database and keeps being opened. (If the window close suddenly, open a command line, go inside this folder with the command line and launch the exe by typing its name in the command line. This way the command line will still be opened after the crash of the server, and you can ask for help with errors you see if you need, the server should generate Server.log file which shows where it stopped). In this command window type "enter". A prompt appears. You can type commands here. The command to create an account is the following: ".account create LOGIN PASSWORD". It can be handy to give short login and password to help you go faster. For example, you can type ".account create a a". Then you can change your gm level for this account by typing this command: ".account set gmlevel a 3 -1". it gives to account "a" the maximum gmlevel (3) on all realms (-1) To accelerate your tests, you might want to start your server and your Wow client with one double click. And as a player of Atlantiss, you also use your Wow client 4.3.4 to play on the server. So you also want that the realmlist is updated automatically. In your Wow client, in the folder Data\enGB where you have realmlist.wtf, create a new file named "realmlist_atlantiss.txt" and as content give "set realmlist play.atlantiss.eu". Create a new file named "realmlist_local.txt" and as content give "set realmlist 127.0.0.1". In the same root folder of your client where you have Wow.exe, create a new file named "Wow.bat" (you need to change its extension). Edit this file with a text editor and put those lines as content @echo off copy /Y "D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\Data\enGB\realmlist_atlantiss.txt" "D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\Data\enGB\realmlist.wtf" start D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\Wow.exe exit 0 Make sure to replace "D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\" by the path to your Wow.exe in your 4.3.4 Wow client folder. Now you can create a shortcut for Wow.bat and when you want to play on Altantiss, use this shortcut. In the same folder as worldserver.exe, create a new text file. And rename it to "434local.bat" (you need to change its extension). Edit this file with a text editor and put those lines as content @echo off copy /Y "D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\Data\enGB\realmlist_local.txt" "D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\Data\enGB\realmlist.wtf" start authserver.exe start worldserver.exe start D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\Wow.exe exit 0 Make sure to replace "D:\Wow4.3.4.15595\" by the path to your Wow.exe in your 4.3.4 Wow client folder. Then create a shortcut for "434local.bat" and name it "434local" and finally put this shortcut directly in your ServerWow folder. Now is the end, to run your server, use your shortcut. And in the wow client, use the login and password you created in the worldserver command line.
  4. For database name, you can give the name you want. You just need to make sure that the name you give is the same in MySQL workbench and in the configurations file.   For using your client 4.3.4 with the client I think this is not possible.   I think I will do a similar tutorial to install a 4.3.4 local server soon.
  5. First of all, why version 4.0.6 knowing that Atlantiss is in version 4.3.4 ? Because the Skyfire core 4.0.6 is the only official core available for cataclysm (there are TrinityLegacy but this is not official source). For new content fixers, it can be easy to find a bug in Atlantiss and reproduce it on a local Skyfire server, and then correct it on a local Skyfire server and post the fix in the dev section. download and install those softwares: CMake https://cmake.org/files/v3.3/cmake-3.3.2-win32-x86.exe Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2013 (do not work with 2015) https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=517284 During installation, leave everything to default values MySQL Community Server https://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/MySQLInstaller/mysql-installer-community-5.7.10.0.msi During installation, select "Custom", then click "Next" then you need to add under "MySQL Servers": "MySQL Server X64" and under "Applications": "MySQL Workbench X64". Then click "Next" and wait for the install. After the installation, you need to configure the server. In "Type and Networking" leave the default values. In "Accounts and Roles" you need to specify the password for the "root" default account. For example, give "root" as a password. This password and the login "root" will need to be written down in configuration files (plain text) for your server so do not use your favourite password. After giving the password and its confirmation, click "Next". In "Windows Service" check "Configure MySQL Server as a Windows Service" and click "Next" and then "Execute", "Finish", "Next", check "Start MySQL Workbench", click "Finish". Now MySQL Workbench is started. We configure it to use the server connection. At the top, click menu "Database" and "Manage Connections..." A window opens, click at the bottom left "New". Give a name to "Connection Name" for example "Root". Leave the other values to default (Hostname 127.0.0.1, Port 3306, Username root). For Password click button "Store in Vault..." and give the password you used during installation. Then click "Test Connection" to verify it works and then click "Close" Bellow the menu, at the left of "MySQL Connections", click the icon at the right of the +, then select your connection you just created and click "Close". Your connection now appears bellow "MySQL Connections". If you click on it, MySQL Workbench will connect to your local MySQL server. To make sure that your server is running, in the left panel under "instance" click "Startup / Shutdown" and it should be written in green "running". OpenSSL https://slproweb.com/download/Win64OpenSSL-1_0_2e.exe Git Extension http://sourceforge.net/projects/gitextensions/files/latest/download During installation, you need to check "MsysGit" and "KDiff", and choose "Run Git from the Windows Command Prompt" download those resources: The core sources https://github.com/BAndysc/SkyFireEMU_406a(click button "Download ZIP") Archive "SkyFire_DB_NG_Release_15_08_24_2013.zip": the world database https://mega.nz/#!ANdkSLpI!pjn5iTBynYGXSAiHkHH55NO1x678UvLIAQygdZ7zdj0 Archive "Data406.7z": files required by the server (dbc, maps and vmaps) https://mega.nz/#!AEVQHQzS!1zuJa_aBymUDDmpglpWBpBopdUUEg2ZS2Ofk9BuwVhQ Archive "Wow406.7z": the client of Wow in version 4.0.6 https://mega.nz/#!oENmWaYZ!TgurVwo6-UVKyso2aGzEmR6n_zCV2Fq1LL57dtAar0Y installation Create a folder where you will put everything related to your local server(s). I assume you named it "ServerWow". Put this folder preferably on your desktop folder or documents folder due to windows administrator rights. Extract the core sources zip in ServerWow. You obtain the folder "SkyFireEMU_406a-master" Create an empty folder named "SkyFireEMU_406a-master-build" in ServerWow Create a shortcut for MySQL Workbench (located here for me C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Workbench 6.3 CE\MySQLWorkbench.exe) and put it in the folder ServerWow and run it and connect to your MySQL server with the connection you created. Here we create the three databases needed for the Wow server. At the top left, click menu "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "SkyFireEMU_406a-master\sql\base\auth_database_2013_11_24.sql" A window appears, at the bottom for "Default Shema Name" we need to give the name of the database. Give this name "auth406", then click "Run" and click "Close" when finished Click "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "SkyFireEMU_406a-master\sql\base\character_database_2013_06_08.sql" As "Default Shema Name" for this database give "character406" Extract SkyFire_DB_NG_Release_15_08_24_2013.zip somewhere, you obtain the file SkyFire_DB_NG_Release_15_08_24_2013.sql Click "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "SkyFire_DB_NG_Release_15_08_24_2013.sql" As "Default Shema Name" for this database give "world406" We need to apply updates for the world database. Go to SkyFireEMU_406a-master\sql\updates\world. All SQL files directly here needs to be applied. You can create one file from all of them by concatenating them: on keyboard type WINDOW+R. The execute window appear, type "cmd" inside and enter. It opens the command line. Copy the full folder path containing your SQL file and type this command "cd fullFolderPathContainingYourSQLfile" (to change the directory in the command line). Then paste this command "copy /b *.sql full.sql", full.sql will then contain the concatenation of all SQL script in this folder. You just need to apply the script "full.sql" to your world406 database now. Click "File", "Run SQL Script..." and select the file "full.sql" As "Default Shema Name" to apply the fix give "world406" You can delete SkyFire_DB_NG_Release_15_08_24_2013.zip, SkyFire_DB_NG_Release_15_08_24_2013.sql and full.sql now Close MySQL Workbench In your Wow client (version 4.0.6), go to "Data\enUS", then open "realmlist.wtf" with a text editor and replace all its content by "set realmlist 127.0.0.1". This is the address "localhost" meaning the address of your own computer Create a shortcut for CMake-gui (located here for me C:\Program Files (x86)\CMake\bin\cmake-gui.exe) and put it in the folder ServerWow and run it. Click button "Browse Source..." and select the source folder "SkyFireEMU_406a-master" Click button "Browse Build..." and select the folder SkyFireEMU_406a-master-build Click button "Configure". A window appears. In the list, select "Visual Studio 12 2013 Win64" and select "Use default native compilers". Then click "Finish" and wait the configuration is finished. If everything goes right, at the end you obtain the message "Configuring done". Otherwise post your error to obtain help. Click button "Generate". If you have "Generating done" at the end, this is good, otherwise post your error to obtain help. Close CMake Go inside folder "SkyFireEMU_406a-master-build". Lots of files have been added with the CMake generation. Open the file "SkyFireEMU.sln" (with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013) Make sure that "x64" is selected at the top and just left of this, choose "Release" instead of "Debug" by default In the "Solution Explorer" (if you do not see it, click menu "View" then "Solution Explorer"), right click on "Solution "SkyfireEMU"", and click "Build solution". This is the compilation of the server, it can be long (4 minutes on my computer) and it slows down other programs. At the end of the compilation, if everything goes right, you should obtain "========== Build: 16 succeeded, 0 failed, 0 up-to-date, 1 skipped ==========". If you have compilation errors, ask for help. Close Visual Studio Go inside the newly created folder "SkyFireEMU_406a-master-build\bin\Release\". In this folder you have worldserver.exe and authserver.exe (created during the compilation) Replace the libmysql.dll file in the current directory with the one from the version of MySQL you installed (located here for me C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\lib) Extract here the archive named "Data406.7z" containing the 3 folders dbc, maps and vmaps. You can then delete "Data406.7z" Create a copy of the file "authserver.conf.dist" in the same folder and name it "authserver.conf" Create a copy of the file "worldserver.conf.dist" in the same folder and name it "worldserver.conf" Open "authserver.conf" with a text editor. You need to modify the line "LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;skyfire;skyfire;auth"". The first thing 127.0.0.1 is the address of the authentication server (leave it like that (it must be the same as your address from your MySQL server)). Then 3306 is the port to connect to the MySQL server (leave it like that (it must be the same in MySQL)). Then there is the login of your MySQL server. Replace it with "root". Then this is the password corresponding to the login in MySQL. The password I told you to use is "root". Then this is the name of the authentication database. The name I told you to use is "auth406". To resume, change the line LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;skyfire;skyfire;auth" with the line LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;auth406" Close this file Open worldserver.conf in your text editor. It is almost the same Here, change the three lines LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;skyfire;skyfire;auth" WorldDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;skyfire;skyfire;world" CharacterDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;skyfire;skyfire;characters" with those lines LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;auth406" WorldDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;world406" CharacterDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;root;character406" Close this file You need to create an account on your local server to be able to connect. Open the application worldserver.exe. It should load the server from the database and keeps being opened. (If the window close suddenly, open a command line, go inside this folder with the command line and launch the exe by typing its name in the command line. This way the command line will still be opened after the crash of the server, and you can ask for help with errors you see if you need). In this command window type "enter". A prompt appears. You can type commands here. The command to create an account is the following: ".account create LOGIN PASSWORD". It can be handy to give short login and password to help you go faster. For example, you can type ".account create a a". Then you can change your gm level for this account by typing this command: ".account set gmlevel a 3 -1". it gives to account "a" the maximum gmlevel (3) on all realms (-1) To accelerate your tests, you might want to start your server and your Wow client with one double click. Still in the same folder as worldserver.exe, create a new text file. And rename it to "406local.bat" (you need to change its extension). Edit this file with a text editor and put those 5 lines as content @echo off start authserver.exe start worldserver.exe start D:\Wow406\Wow.exe exit 0 Make sure to replace "D:\Wow406\Wow.exe" by the path to your Wow.exe in your 4.0.6 Wow client folder. Then create a shortcut for "406local.bat" and name it "406local" and finally put this shortcut directly in your ServerWow folder. Now is the end, to run your server, use your shortcut. And in the wow client, use the login and password you created in the worldserver command line.
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    [NPC] Ambassador Infernus

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    [NPC] Ashenvale Bloodtooth Guard

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    [Mobs] Ethereum Jailor

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