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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2014

    Need little help

    Hello. I'm not sure if you can help me with that, but I'm gonna try anyways. So the problem is that I'm trying to make Server Files for the game called "Dekaron", but I have little problems with the files. My A3 files are working perfectly, but the A9 files (which has everything working) has a little problem.

    When I start the server everything starts good, I am able to log in to char selecting and make a new character, but when I try to log in to the game, it says "Cannot connect to the server". Also when I look into the DBMon, it shows error which is "[World on alarm] Session is null". I guess it can't send packets to the client, or I'm not sure. I have never had that problem before.

    The program that is used to edit the .EXE files is "OllyDBG".

    Here are the files so you can look at them and let's hope that you guys can help me.
    Files I'm trying to fix: https://mega.co.nz/#!ocB3RB7L!8jC0Ho...yq8WLfXj3ERiVU

    Files that are working: https://mega.co.nz/#!5VRAAQ7a!S95h5B...tiVo6-K61FUFuE

    The problem must be somewhere from CastServer.EXE , DekaronServer.EXE , SessionServer.EXE or LoginServer.EXE .

    Thank you guys and sorry if this is the wrong forum. I just really need help and that's why I write this here.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2000
    Belgium (Europe)

    Re: Need little help

    This question has nothing to do with assembly language.

    It might be more appropriate in the networking forum, but realistically, you're more likely to get an answer in a forum dedicated to that "dekaron" server.

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