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After I install it, it crashes on startup. Windows 7, English, 64 bit
Bots were never designed to work with this mod, and we don't want to add bots since they will only be scrapped later on when we go for the RPG part of the game.
Its a bit of a bug. Possibly a rollover on it for having actually way too much health.
The "Kar98" that you're referring to is a canon weapon from Star Wars:
You cannot create a server by using Create a Server or solo game, see the tutorial titled "Hosting a Phase 1 Server". The Homehosted package allows you to run a server and play as a client at the same time.
Most people play the PTR nowadays.
Nothing wrong with the servers, they're just empty at the moment :)
Make sure that you are running as Administrator, that the destination that you're installing the game to is not read-only, and that you're not running the game while the installation is taking place.
The error that you have described is a generic "could not write to this destination" error.
Try again some other time if it's giving you issues. Also, ensure that your internet connection is pretty stable.
Done. I replied to your post on TerranGaming about the error and I wrote a tutorial here on starting up a server.
There is currently no Linux serverside support. I'm working on that though.
"Recursive error" is fairly generic, what exactly is the text?
Try reconnecting by hitting the install button. The download will continue where it left off.
Run as administrator
I will be looking more into this. The issue is a known connection issue with TerranGaming that has been plaguing us since the first release. I can't really do anything except fix the launcher.
For now, spamming the install button does the trick.
When it's done.
Use the launcher to download it.
Serverside is out now
Are you running the launcher as administrator?
Have KOTF installed by chance?
Go into the task manager and make sure that the jamp.exe process is not running. Also, make sure that none of these programs are running:
- GTK Radiant
- Pakscape (on any opened PK3)
How are you reinstalling in full? Through the launcher?
Thank you. Your crashlog will be looked into.
Yes. You need to use the launcher to install JKG, and using it to start JKG should fix the issue with languages.
What error are you getting? Unspecified error?
If you get an unspecified error, just continue to spam the "Install" button until you get the download to work, or try again some other time.
The download servers are stressed out, which is what causes the error.
XP: C:/Program Files/Lucasarts/Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy/Gamedata
W7/Vista x64: C:/Program Files (x86)/Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy/Gamedata
Steam: C:/Program Files [x86]/Steam/steamapps/jedi academy/gamedata
Be sure you select the "Steam" checkbox when using the Steam version of the game. The steam version is bugged. This is not our fault, rather Valve is not cooperating on fixing Steam.
It means 1.01 of Jedi Academy, not JKG. JKG will only run on the patched version of Jedi Academy (and ones with no-cd or hacks won't work)
You have to connect to a server. Due to security concerns, you can only connect to one of our own servers.
Make sure jamp.exe isn't running.
They're in the process of being worked on. I'm fixing the controls ASAP.
What does it say in the console? What mods do you have installed? How are you launching the game? Steam or CD version?
Find the shops and buy guns using your credits.
As I said before, sabers are currently in the gray area. Combat is indeed reworked. Both, but subject to change.
UDK is also marred with loads of garbage teams which just want to make cash or a game in general without putting forth any effort whatsoever. I'd rather not even bother with UDK (plus I don't want to learn a whole new engine)
Copying this from MBII's guide on how to install MBII (but the instructions for Gunslinger's Academy are virtually the same):
1. Same as the normal PC version, but you'll need to navigate to C:/Program Files/Steam/steamapps/common/Jedi Academy/GameData (yes, it's the same as the CD version, just in your Steam folder).
2. Extract the mod to GameData.
3. To run it, right click on Jedi Academy in your game library, and select "Set Launch Options" in the General tab
Add +set fs_game "baseGA" to it, and it will run GSA whenever you start Jedi Academy.
Note: If you play other mods or base, you will need to remove +set fs_game "baseGA" whenever you want to play that mod, then add +set fs_game "baseGA" whenever you want to play GSA.
I don't have very good means of recording videos, and Vegas just makes it worse :/
When? Where? What was the error?
Did you install it correctly?
Which version are you using?
You need to provide more details.
Oh boy! 50 bucks in games....thats like...1 game!
Sounds like fun though. Would do it just for bragging rights but im busy