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[Tut] How to Make a Complete Runescape Server

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Chapter 1.

Getting JDK
First we need JDK 6.
Download it at The Java website.
Click JDK 6 Update 2, you will get a popup, click Yes.
Check the box 'I agree' and click on one of the 2 downloads you can choose and install it.

Chapter 2.

Downloading and Installing No-IP

You can download No-IP from the official site.
Go to the official site at Click on the register tab and register an account.
If you are there click the Downloads tab.

In this tutorial I will teach everything for windows, so click on Windows.

Now click on the link/image to download.com and you can download and install it through that page.

Once you installed No-IP you will have a button on your desktop to run it.
Run it and your No-IP will open.
It will look like this.

On the bottom you see I made one part a little bit red with a low opacity.
Click the 'Here' to add a new IP.
Let the page load and you will see this button somewhere.

Click on it to add an IP.
This page will have 2 Fields.
Hostname information and E-Mail settings.
Just ignore the E-Mail field.
The Hostname field will look like this.

At the first text field fill in your server name.
Click on the image to view the list of domains you can choose, or if your already on that real page you can see it also.
The Ip Address part will auto change to your IP, do not change it.
Once you're done click 'Create Host' at the bottom and click the 'Refresh' at the No-IP Menu on your computer.

Chapter 3.

Getting a client

To play a server you will need a client.
You can make your own client but for newcomers it is not very helpful.
So I will advise you to download the Moparscape client.
You can download it through this page.
Just run the file you've downloaded and your installation will start.


Chapter 4

Opening 43594 (Default Port)

Open Network & Internet Connections. Right click on the connection you're using to connect to the internet and click properties. Open the Advanced tab and click on firewall settings. Open Exceptions tab and the bottom you should see a button "Add Port".
Click on it, and add your server name or whatever you want it to be at the Name field.
At the Port number fill in 43594.
And make sure the TCP box has been checked.

Chapter 5

Port forwarding (Router Users, Using Linksys/Netgear)

For Netgear you go to, 192.168.1.1 Type it in you adress box.
Scroll down to PortForawrding//Porttriggering
In the first box fill in your server name
In Strart port put- 43594
In End port put 43594
and you will see ip's on the bottom, put a 2. It should look like this. 192.168.1.2.

For Linksys.
Open your cmd by going to Start > Run > cmd.
Type in `ipconfig´
It will say your default gateway.
Open a web browser like internet explorer or Netscape. Enter the gateway in the address bar of your browser.
By default the ip address should be set to 192.168.1.1.
You should see a box prompting you for your username and password. Enter your username and password now. By default the username is admin, and the password is password. Click the Ok button to log in to your router.
Click the Applications & Gaming link near the top of the page.
The menu under that should change. In this new menu, click Port Range Forwarding.
When you're finished, click Save Settings near the bottom of the screen to save your changes.
Example:
Application Name: RSPS
Start - End Port: 43594-43594 (Change to which ports to want to enable)
Protocol: Both
To IP Address: Your IP at Start > Run > Cmd > ipconfig
Enabled: Checked/Yes

Chapter 6.

Getting a source

To make your own server you need a source.
The best and easy way is by downloading it from the Download section.
But be watch out! Some sources contain trojans, keyloggers and such things.
So I advise you to just download the most used sources

Darkzcape-http://www.upload.ee/files/315185/Khanz_562_Ipchanger.rar.html
SkullScape v2.1-http://www.mediafire.com/?mztdmijzjzl
Piety Pkz-http://uppit.com/tupizypjyjh9/client.rar

Once you downloaded it you can start editing the source.
The most things you need to edit are in client.java.
Open it and Press Ctrl + H.

In the first field fill in the source's server name.
In the second field fill in the name of your server.
Now press replace all.

Chapter 7

The error 'The system could not find the path specified.'

Open up "My Computer".

Click "View System information"

Click "Advanced".

Click "Environment Variables".

Under "User Variables" click "New".

Name it "CLASSPATH" and for the "Variable Value" (only if you have JDK 6u1) put this in: CLASSPATH=C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_01in;%CLASSPATH%; If you have JDK 6u2, you must enter CLASSPATH=C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_02in;%CLASSPATH%; for the variable value. If you have JDK 6u3 put CLASSPATH=C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_03in;%CLASSPATH%;

Under "User Variables" click "New".

Name it "PATH" and for the "Variable Value" (only if you have JDK 6u1) put this in: C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_01in If you have JDK 6u2, you must enter C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_02in for the variable value.
If you have JDK 6u3 put, C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_03in

Making yourself an admin
Testscape & Many other sources

Go into client.java.
Press Ctrl + F.
And fill in this.

start of moderator/admin list, 1 = mod, 2 = staff, 3 = admin

Under that you will see this.
if (playerName.equalsIgnoreCase("admin"))
{
playerRights = 3;
}

If you look at it instead of just directly editing it and not learning something you know what this is.
Its just like 'If the name of the player is: admin give him playerrights 3 (Owner rights)'
Player Rights 3 = Server Owner
Player Rights 2 = Server Admin
Player Rights 1 = Server Player Moderator
NOTE: In some basic sources like testscape the server owners can't see their own crown.
Don't be affraid, other people can see it!

Make it look like this.
Code:
if (Lord Ryan.equalsIgnoreCase("admin"))
{
playerRights = 3; 

}
CLICK SAVE.

Compiling
After every update in the .java files you have to compile it.
Compiling will make .class files off them and your server runs on them.
For just an easy compiler make a new text file with notepad.
Add this to it:

Code:
@echo off

title Server Compiler
"C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_03injavac.exe" -cp . *.java
pause
Click Save as...
And change file type to 'All Files' and name it compile.bat
Now when running the compile.bat you will compile your server.

Final Chapter.

To run the server you just click 'Run.bat' or however it is called in your source, and then just wait and then you will see words.
I can't give you an code for it because some sources have different folders to save the class files in.
Make sure your No-IP is running.



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