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Krauersaut last won the day on February 10 2015

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  1. I'm not sure if you already tried it or even if it isn't one of the two you mentioned, but back when I played under Windows, I used etmini.exe. Might be worth a try.
  2. http://forum.splatterladder.com/index.php?showtopic=15127 http://forum.splatterladder.com/index.php?showtopic=15311 You both make hostile points and yet nobody cares about it. I am tired of reading about your personal problems and I very much suppose others are too. People understand the reality but still don't care about your fights and accusations. There's really no need for you to fix the way people use forums online. You can leave that to the respective forum moderators. McBeth does indeed answer PMs so you can safely assume the only one who finds no way to get in contact with her is you. For whatever reason there is. A public forum is no place for your personal vendetta. Neither the Splatterladder forum, nor the MyGamingTalk forum. You know how to contact her privately and if she doesn't reply to you, she probably doesn't want to. Rest assured, I will not let you drag this over two forums and shall you continue doing so, don't be surprised when you face consequences eventually. That's my last post regarding you two. By the way, this thread is from May last year and thus not relevant anymore, almost a year later. No matter whether the crash happened to her or someone else, it happened and had to be fixed.
  3. Are you really going to take this fighting into the MGT forums as well? On Splatterladder you've already been told to debate whatever issues you got with each other via PM or TS. There's absolutely no need to drag it to this forum. You don't like each other. Everybody's got that by now. It becomes more and more boring with every new hostile post.
  4. Indeed. From your perspective, bitmask basically means that you add up all the values you want to use and set the result as the parameter value. In your example, if you only wanted to disable self damage and announce revives, you'd set the parameter to 136 (128+8=136). If you wanted to have everything except the last two options, you'd use 255 (1+2+4+8+16+32+64+128=255).
  5. If you are talking about "Enemy Territory ET-OSX-2.60d.dmg 2.9MB released Jan 20, 2007", then that's the official 2.60d patch, nothing unofficial.
  6. Yes. https://www.gameservers.com/redirect/
  7. You'll need a web server to serve the files. Popular ones are Apache, Lighttpd and nginx. What you need is commonly known as redirect servers for games. Some GSPs offer them with their packages, if you run a dedicated server, you'll need to install your own. Simply google your Windows version/Linux distribution and the keyword web server and you'll find plenty of tutorials.
  8. Forget it. Modern VMs provide a good amount of gaming support but ET will noticeably lag when being run in a VM. No matter whether you use Parallels, VMWare or VirtualBox.
  9. Are you willing to spend around $150 - $200 (+ potential setup costs) each month? Not to mention the numerous hours you spend on managing it? And of course the legal liability for everything which happens on your server? For your requirements I would definitely recommend a GSP like Gameservers.com.
  10. Nice pic @ your signature :)
  11. Bandwidth definitely is a problem. Strato offers you unlimited traffic but in fact it is not unlimited. If you'll reach a certain amount of traffic, they will either reduce your bandwidth to a value you would have got when hosting at home or cancel your contract. Also don't even think about getting good download rates on a shared server with 30.000 domains. The only way to run a (fairly) large download portal is to get a dedicated server or sign some co-location contract.
  12. Hey Ginger, great to see you here!
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