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Ineisis Online install tutorial
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zeph2 Offline
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Ineisis Online install tutorial
Hi, I purchased the Ineisis Online Source.. I went to the Documentation, but it doesnt seem complete, and Im lost on the Install process, and getting this to work... Its not clear instructions..

I attempted to compile, and run both server, and client.. Server runs fine, but client says no internet connection..

if(ConnectToLocal && !EE_PUBLISH)sa.setLocal(65535);else // never connect to local server when in publish build
{
if(!ServerIP.is())Exit("'ServerIP' variable not set.");
sa.fromText(ServerIP+":65535");


Do I need to enter My Ip here? ("'ServerIP' variable not set.")
and here? ServerIP+":65535
and here? sa.setLocal(65535)

Before I purchased this.. It said it worked out the box.. Doesnt seem to work.. Is there an up to date tutorial? Every Tutorial wiki link Ive found redirects to EE main page or cannot find page..
(This post was last modified: 11-06-2014 06:38 PM by zeph2.)
11-06-2014 05:09 AM
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zeph2 Offline
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RE: Ineisis Online install tutorial
http://www.esenthel.com/?id=doc#Ineisis/Configuration
Running on Local Machine
Now let's start Ineisis on Local Machine.

Open "Ineisis" project.
Build and run "Ineisis Server" application in "Windows EXE / Mac APP / Linux" configuration.
Build and run "Ineisis Client" application in "Windows EXE / Mac APP / Linux" configuration.

I do this.. When I build and run the client and the server on the same machine it says: Cant connect to server.. Server is unavailable or Your not connected to the internet.

I also edited the Ip address in SHARED/CONSTANTS...

Any idea as to why I cannot use this out the box? What am I doing wrong I followed the instructions 100%...
11-07-2014 03:24 AM
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Ozmodian Offline
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RE: Ineisis Online install tutorial
Do you have the editor interface on? That will stop it from working
11-07-2014 04:00 AM
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zeph2 Offline
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RE: Ineisis Online install tutorial
(11-07-2014 04:00 AM)Ozmodian Wrote:  Do you have the editor interface on? That will stop it from working

Thanks for the reply..
What do You mean by editor interface? View Mode? Thats off..
11-07-2014 04:22 AM
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Ozmodian Offline
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RE: Ineisis Online install tutorial
I don't have my Esenthel in front of me but when you are long at the project list there is the code editor interface there somewhere. If it is on, it is listening to the same port and screws up Ineisis.
11-07-2014 06:02 AM
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Esenthel Offline
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Post: #6
RE: Ineisis Online install tutorial
Hello

What Ozmodian means is that Ineisis by default uses 65535 port.

However if you use Esenthel Editor Network Interface option, then it will occupy that port first, making Ineisis Server use a different port.

Anyway:
After you start Ineisis Server, it will display the port used on the Server App screen.
You can put that in "Ineisis Client\Select Server" code file:
Code:
bool Connect(Thread &thread)
{
   SockAddr sa;
   if(ConnectToLocal && !EE_PUBLISH)sa.setLocal(65535);else // never connect to local server when in publish build
   {
      if(!ServerIP.is())Exit("'ServerIP' variable not set.");
      sa.fromText(ServerIP+":65535");
   }
   if(Server.clientConnectToServer(sa))Server.tcpNoDelay(true);
   return false;
}
See above has default 65535 used.

If you enter correct port and it still doesn't work, it must mean you have some antivirus/firewall that blocks the connection.
You may need to add an exception rule.
11-08-2014 01:06 AM
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zeph2 Offline
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RE: Ineisis Online install tutorial
That was it.. It works now.. ThankYou.. That information should be included in the notes because honestly... I would never have figured that out lol..
11-08-2014 05:48 PM
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