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  • Added ability to start TRiBot from command line, in beta.

TRiBot CLI Client Starter

There has been a number of requests for a feature to allow users to start TRiBot from the command line. We have developed a feature that will hopefully allow users managing large bot-farms to save time and frustration, and launch their clients from the command line. This feature will allow you to configure a bot farm on one machine, then, copy and paste that same configuration to any other machine. It is worth noting that this feature still needs a bit of testing and will be getting some love as we collect feedback in this thread.

Known features that are not working:

  • Script Arguments
  • Tribot deleting XSD and XML files
  • Bugs with proxy usage

These features will be fixed very soon, we are also going to be adding these additional features:

  1. Command Line Arguments (No XML file needed)
  2.  Full Linux Support


For more information on how this works and how to try this out, please see our helpdesk article:
http://help.tribot.org/support/solutions/articles/36000032862--advanced-how-to-use-cli-arguments-to-start-tribot-beta-

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2 hours ago, WYD said:

This well be good for f2p gold farmer's for sure.

Maybe when CLI (no xml) is released. Deluxes starter is better, well was. I don't think it'll work since part of the client starter has been changed around. I've always used his one he released the first time and always fixed it after updates, but after this update, quite a bit has changed. I could be wrong though, his one that automatically updates may still work. Never tried it.

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32 minutes ago, Duhstin said:

Maybe when CLI (no xml) is released. Deluxes starter is better, well was. I don't think it'll work since part of the client starter has been changed around. I've always used his one he released the first time and always fixed it after updates, but after this update, quite a bit has changed. I could be wrong though, his one that automatically updates may still work. Never tried it.

It's easily fixable, hit me up on discord or pm here if u need help getting it back up. And deluxe's is broken because it depends on constructors, which are removed

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31 minutes ago, EasyAsPieee said:

It's easily fixable, hit me up on discord or pm here if u need help getting it back up. And deluxe's is broken because it depends on constructors, which are removed

Yep, thanks. I skimmed over classes yesterday and was in a rush.

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30 minutes ago, Deluxes said:

@Duhstin

@botuser420 @godspower33

https://github.com/deluxes/TribotCMDStarter/releases/tag/1.3

shit may not work if they update the class structuring again. Just code a working one for fuck sakes it can't be that hard...

Thanks man! I don't understand why they don't use (parts of) your code. It has been working very nice.

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1 minute ago, helloworldlol1 said:

Of Java? I have to download an old version? 

Yes, 8.0_121 to use the XML launcher I believe is what they said, or any 8.0 version to just use the client in general.

 

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TRiBot CLI requires a very specific version of the JDK (Java Development Kit) to be installed and be the default Java on your path. Make sure Java 8 1.8.0_121 (x86 or x64) is installed. You can do this by opening up CMD and typing

 

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On 3/17/2018 at 3:13 PM, contemporary said:

What are the possible bugs with proxy usage in this version? Is there a chance of them leaking?

@TRiLeZ

Possibly. If you want to use proxies, I'd recommend holding off until an update fixes the issues.

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