This article is part of the Installation Guide. You can read it alone or click on the previous link to easily move between the steps.
<< Step 1: Requirements
Step 3: Server Setup >>
Linux Core Installation
OS X Core Installation
Windows Core Installation
Windows setup troubleshooting
MinGW GCC toolchain (Win)
If you still have any problem, check:
... this is why OS X guide uses a environment variable TRINITY.
If you want to build your server with additional debug information at nearly no performance loss, this optional parameter can be used: -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RelWithDebInfo
You might want to add that the person compiling the core requires the 32-bit version of MySQL if compiling the 32-bit version of the core with CMake+VS and that they need the 64-bit version of MySQL when if compiling the 64-bit version of the core with CMake+VS.
damn, it's been years for me, but what happen to the step by step guide?
It is undergoing some rework due to changes after moving from collab.kpsn.org to trinitycore.atlassian.net (wiki).
It will be available again soon™.
Remove the ".dist" extension
Added a note, thanks!
That kind of change has both advantages and disadvantages:
Advantage: Your .conf files will always be default and contain the latest updates, just like the core. Great for beginners.
Disadvantage: Those wiho use the [INSTALL] option and have use personalized .conf files will always need to backup & restore those files for each new compile. (Any new changes in the default .conf files will have to be incorporated anyway, so I suppose it is a minor drawback compared to all the newbies who forget to change the .conf.dist file names after compiling.
Hello I compile trinitycore 3.3.5 on a ubuntu I had no compilation error but I can't loggin.
How can I test the server connection
My Client is a 3.3.5a frFr does the french client work ?