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Croata

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  1. tribot

    Yet to get banned. Run two bots a day, 8 hours, with LG. Don't know whatchu doin'.
  2. I know I said my other post was the last for the night, but I lied Rebuilding VPS with Debian 7 and it works! Thanks! Wish I would've just done that hours ago Dx Oh yea, and I love that it comes with different bots pre-installed, too. That's awesome!
  3. Hate to say it but I seem to be getting some errors near the end D: Followed everything to the dot, didn't mess with the script at all while it was going through, and it ends with bash: /usr/bin/tightvncserver: No such file or directory Starting TightVNC server for *** (The *** is the account name blocked out, not the actual name). Also going to link the Paste below, since I'm not sure where it could've possibly gone wrong. While editing out personal info, though, I noticed there were several spots that claimed No such file or directory... http://pastebin.com/3NTFncMn Running Debian 8 64-bit EDIT: Last post of the night, realized I've been at this for a few hours now, but I have a quick question: since VIP Extended get to use proxies with their bots, how important would a VPS be with a program like TriBot?
  4. openjdk version "1.8.0_91" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_91-b14) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.91-b14, mixed mode) EDIT: Just found a thread that says OpenJDK and TriBot don't mix and that I have to use Oracle, but I got the download from Oracle themselves >.< EDIT2: Know what? Based on what I've been reading, think I'm going to switch away from Centos, it seems to be the special child of the Unix family by the way people react towards it. Going to get my host to change my VPS to Debian.
  5. Everything seemed to work fine until I come across this new error. Based on what I'm reading on the first post of this, I'm assuming there's a tribot folder somewhere possibly corrupted? Since I don't have any local scripts I'm assuming the error is not related to that. I did Google the error but nothing seemed relative to what I'm trying to do, then again I'm also not very Java savvy....
  6. I was using the first command you just posted. I'm not sure how I use a command in a directory? so I just moved the jar file around until it seemed the chmod command worked. Although double clicking still doesn't work and now I get this new bash error at the end.
  7. Describe the problem: Been following all the guides I can find on here to get TriBot to actually open, but nothing seems to work. I've used other bots before, so I'm not sure why only TriBot won't open. Doesn't help that I'm completely unfamiliar with the Linux environment >.< Operating system (Mac OSX, Windows 7, etc): Centos 6 Was it working at an earlier time? (Yes/No): n/a If yes: Approximately when was it working last?: n/a What changed?: n/a What steps can be taken to replicate the issue?: n/a Screenshots (if relevant): Bot/Client debug (if relevant): What steps have been taken by you/others in an attempt to solve the problem?: I've downloaded the most recent Java SE, and reinstalled the most recent JRE. I tried to start TriBot through terminal. And I tried to do the "Open With..." and selected Java from there. Additional information (Provide as much as you can): Rebooted VPS, tested TriBot, still won't open. Other bot software still opens, so I'm not sure what's going on.