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Ok heres compiled

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heres the compiled of Delphi version of AWOS

 

[hr:1sgky7ye]hehe[/hr:1sgky7ye]

 

[spoiler:1sgky7ye]hehe[/spoiler:1sgky7ye]

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do i run it by itself or dump it in the d-AWOS folder?

well when i run WOL.exe a dos box opens then closes by its self.It makes a new file called GameServ.conf but thats all it does??

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Guest whydoes

yea we need more info :) same for me

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create a shortcut and add s or -serv to the shortcut parameter to create the servserv.

 

Then get your ip address and set it on the xwisc tool.

 

Need more info just message me.

 

 

-Kyle-

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create a shortcut to which file the wol.exe or the GameServ.conf? and how should it look like?

Shortcut to WOL.exe-serv or GameServ.conf-serv? do we rename the files or go to properties and go in target and change it there?

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Guest whydoes

ofcourse to wol because only wol.exe is excutable file... i tryied adding -serv /s but still not working "C:\Documents and Settings\Vaidas\Desktop\WOL\WOL.exe" /s same shit with

"C:\Documents and Settings\Vaidas\Desktop\WOL\WOL.exe" -serv

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Ok, I'm on Vista, i do the shortcut, it dosen't work but when I put it into compatibility mode (Windows XP or anything else) the .exe seems to launch and get back to desktop, don't know why !

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Support for the delphi version is no more! All about the C version now;)

 

compiled coming soon

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Guest whydoes

good news, waiting...

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