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FALSkills

Unofficial TRiBot CLI

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Credits to @Deluxes for his original client launcher which this was built from, and I believe I also took some code from @erickho123's version.

I finally got around to writing an auto-updater, so I figured I'd release the jar for it.  Once the official CLI is finished I will probably take this down.  Unless there are major changes to the way tribot launches clients this should still work though.

Arguments:

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Required arguments:
accountName~
scriptName~

Optional arguments:
scriptCommand~
world~
breakProfile~
proxyIP~
proxyPort~
proxyUsername~
proxyPassword~
heapSize~

Example usage (from the directory containing the jar):

java -jar TribotStarter.jar [email protected] scriptName~example_script world~8 breakProfile~xxxx scriptCommand~example_argument proxyIP~1.2.3.4 proxyPort~1080 proxyUsername~admin proxyPassword~password heapSize~512

Download it from Dropbox here

Here is a Google sheets template for generating your own starter commands

 

Dev release starter (must have launched dev release at least once to get newest version)

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Got it working good now, Thanks

Found this video at youtube that helped me:
 




Had a error before:

I tried at my VPS but get: Please ensure you set your java.home property. Uninstall all java versions and restart

This is my java version:
java version "1.8.0_191"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_191-b12)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.191-b12, mixed mode)

To start tribot normally works for me. but really need to get it going with a starter :)

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8 hours ago, tample said:

is there a way I can bypass the accountName~ my script already has login details set inside however i can't seem to run it without providing a account in this arguement

No there has to be an account name provided.  If you are providing login details via argument etc, you can just put a random account as the accountName then?  For example, I do this:
 

java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~tutorial scriptName~EzTutorialIsland ...

There has to be a matching login in your Account Manager though.

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On 12/4/2018 at 8:12 PM, killerjanne said:

Had a error before:

I tried at my VPS but get: Please ensure you set your java.home property. Uninstall all java versions and restart

This is my java version:
java version "1.8.0_191"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_191-b12)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.191-b12, mixed mode)

To start tribot normally works for me. but really need to get it going with a starter :)

In the future, if anyone else has this issue, running this command on your server should solve it. No guarantees though.
 

sudo echo "export JAVA_HOME=$(readlink -f /usr/bin/javac | sed "s:/bin/javac::")" >> /etc/profile && sudo echo "export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH" >> /etc/profile && source /etc/profile

 

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Just now, sl_kelevra said:

Thank you!

That worked to eliminate the error message, but it still doesn't get past the initial TRiBot Login screen

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You have to call it on the TribotStarter.jar file that is linked in the original post, not the TRiBot_Loader.jar

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8 minutes ago, FALSkills said:

You have to call it on the TribotStarter.jar file that is linked in the original post, not the TRiBot_Loader.jar

I apologize.  Totally my own fault.  Classic example of not reading the original instructions fully.

Thank you for the help!

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@FALSkills   

How can I use the argument to run the delay? Have more than one account, do I have to create a file with all the arguments? I tried to run everything according to the arguments below, and all the screens opened at the same time.

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java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~csss scriptName~"Einstein's Miner" scriptCommand~bot22 breakProfile~ proxyIP~usip.vpn.com proxyPort~1080 [email protected] proxyPassword~xxxxxx heapSize~256
java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~acc2 scriptName~"Einstein's Miner" scriptCommand~bot22 breakProfile~ proxyIP~usip.vpn.com proxyPort~1080 [email protected] proxyPassword~xxxxxx heapSize~256
java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~acc3 scriptName~"Einstein's Miner" scriptCommand~bot22 breakProfile~ proxyIP~usip.vpn.com proxyPort~1080 [email protected] proxyPassword~xxxxxx heapSize~256
java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~acc4 scriptName~"Einstein's Miner" scriptCommand~bot22 breakProfile~ proxyIP~usip.vpn.com proxyPort~1080 [email protected] proxyPassword~xxxxxx heapSize~256
java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~acc5 scriptName~"Einstein's Miner" scriptCommand~bot22 breakProfile~ proxyIP~usip.vpn.com proxyPort~1080 [email protected] proxyPassword~xxxxxx heapSize~256
java -jar TribotStarter.jar accountName~acc6 scriptName~"Einstein's Miner" scriptCommand~bot22 breakProfile~ proxyIP~usip.vpn.com proxyPort~1080 [email protected] proxyPassword~xxxxxx heapSize~256

**I changed the name from delay to TribotStarter.

 

I tried diferents scripts, keep doing this: 

  • [18:51:50] Failed to auto-start script "Einstein's Miner" (USER NOT FOUND).

 

  • [18:51:50] Failed to auto-start script "login" (USER NOT FOUND).

 

 

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