Hey, I'm in need of a server for my online play via youresam's Netlib 2.0. If anyone can provide this I would really appreciate it. Thanks
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Thats win32... :)
There's your server
Its the same as SBA so it should be running almost 24/7
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You can try 127.0.0.1 as well.
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Haha, *swish* Right over the head, eh iBall :P
Sing up and go to Add host. You can make your own game servers with your host name =). So yea thats how you make your own
All it takes is a drop.
In computing the term localhost refers to the location of the currently used system. It is a loopback device which is assigned the IP address 127.0.0.1 in IPv4, or ::1 in IPv6, which can be used by TCP/IP applications to talk to themselves if this is needed.The slogan There is no place like 127.0.0.1 is sometimes seen on t-shirts from the OSTG initiative Thinkgeek and others. It plays on nerdy humor since 127.0.0.1 is here synonymous with home, by assuming that the loopback address refers to the home computer, reflecting on the saying that there is no place like home. This pun has various deviations including localhost and ::1 instead, the latter somehow also promoting IPv6 use.
lol.....Originally Posted by iball®
How about 192.168.0.1? It will be online 24/7.....
If you leave your router on. :ROFL:
Not all router default IPs are the same. He might have a different one.Originally Posted by darkshadow604
Mine is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.110, depends if i want to watch myself on my server or not :P
Thats localhost meaning your computer.Originally Posted by iball®
*Edit* why do i never check for a second page.
pretty much 24/7Originally Posted by Bronx
Is there any server software avable to the public?
Do you know what a server is?
I ment to run netlib with
Then what are you actually asking for?
The server hosting software for netlib... So i can run the server myself for some testing
Alright sorry for the questions its just i havent been on the scene/coded for a little while.
anyway 127.0.0.1 is local host Ip not server IP
You shoulda told him the FBI server IP lol just don't ping it whatever u do.