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About dwarfmaster1974

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  • Birthday 03/23/1974

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    I am just old > no tricks behind that ;-)
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    Germany - Kiel

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  1. OK ... i damaged it ... 😫 So many hours of work ... grmpfl. I deleted the SaveGame and now everything is working. Without Mods ☝️ But, thank you for your help! Greetings from Kiel (Germany)
  2. Hello survivors, i've been playing around with mods and now my client won't start anymore. --> alpha 19(b4) I get the same error message over and over again: IndexOutOfRangeException: Index was outside the bounds of the array. This message is repeated in an endless loop. So I cannot play at all. See screenshot. I have already completely reinstalled and am now at a loss what to do to play again. On the server (Linux > Alpha 19(b4)) other players in our LAN can play without any problems. Only I just can't. In the attachment you find my last output log.
  3. I totally understand your problem. I have the same problem with my 4K monitor. But even in HD the crosshairs are very small and you can miss with the tool and that's always unpleasant. If there is a mod or another solution here, I would be very grateful. How did you make the previous settings with the length and so on? Can you explain this to me? At least it is a beginning.
  4. Sorry for the late feedback. I have decided to do something completely different, namely docker with this: https://hub.docker.com/r/didstopia/7dtd-server Pretty cool the whole thing. With a little bit of research I was able to set it up quickly and, most importantly, it was update proof. If you need a manual for this I can deliver it. Unfortunately the readme there is not the whole truth and some things I had to do myself. But I for my part am very enthusiastic.
  5. /root/Steam/logs/stderr.txt is empty. So nothing to show after entering this command: root@deskserver:~/Steam/logs# steamcmd This output shows up: https://pastebin.com/m31PKdhE Looks fine for me ... or not?
  6. Howdy folks, me and my girlfriend ran a small dedicated server at home with 7 day to die, so we could build and tinker undisturbed. The installation of the server was quite easy and worked out quite well. The whole thing runs on Ubuntu and I set up a systemd service for it. This works also quite well, if there weren't the updates. So I thought it would be smart to tell the service to do the updates for the server as well. But I can't get it to run. Here is my systemd-file: https://pastebin.com/EQG5K5mh here the update7dtd.sh: https://paste
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