[bf1942] fragalyzer question

Steven Hartland killing at multiplay.co.uk
Tue Aug 16 14:44:51 EDT 2005

That module is out of bounds according to EA so steer clear
if u want ur servers listed.

    Steve / K
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: king0rism 
  To: bf1942 at icculus.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 7:41 PM
  Subject: [bf1942] fragalyzer question


  just a few questions:

  We have tried to gather some Fragalyzer Logs with: pythonHost.sendCommand falog 1

  it works fine on our Linux Box, except for the Logs are being saved in the BF2 Serverroot with a filename like this: mods\bf2\Logs\strike_at_karkand_050816_1716_faLog.txt
  problem is the name of the file, because of the "\" in its name it is hard to download these files on a windows client and it looks like it has to be put into the following Directorys on the Server: mods\bf2\Logs\, this it not going to happen. The file is named: mods\bf2\Logs\strike_at_karkand_050816_1716_faLog.txt

  Next problem is that you have to start the logging by hand for every round / map change.
  _i need to know, how to automatically enable falog logs for every round and every mapchange._ possible?

  now the windows problem:

  you cannot enable falogs it is not possible, i dont know why but you can have a look here on the console screen, maybe you guys know more:


  so the next big question is... how to enable falogs for win32 servers?

  thanks so far

  PS: excuse my bad english skillz :D

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