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Python needs to be installed due to the Windows-Build-Tools, as it also requires it during the npm install when you run minime on start. So technically if it installs fine without node.js, it will not so I just have to make it combined properly. Will take some time for me to create it properly.  I need to install it on my other laptop as the test with it. will take some time to build properly.

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Hi wallmachine,

 

The link seems to be still working. I can reach it. Is it being blocked for you? Does the site load but when you try and download it fails to load. Make sure popups are not blocking the page, since it requires to popup to download.

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18 minutes ago, Kobe46 said:

Hi wallmachine,

 

The link seems to be still working. I can reach it. Is it being blocked for you? Does the site load but when you try and download it fails to load. Make sure popups are not blocking the page, since it requires to popup to download.

Just tried it again and it loaded... maybe it was down or my internet being slow.

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1 hour ago, wallmachine said:

How to avoid the fraud notice by the game?

Are you getting a fraud notice when you get into the game? I think this might be Sega's crackdown on it. I believe that this dump still contacts Sega for something, mostly related to All.net download. So there was a notice that came out from Sega indicating that you may receive a fraud message on your screen. So I think we might be dead in the water until we can get a local server connection to pull the all.net connection, which I believe is quite hard to do.

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1 minute ago, Kobe46 said:

Are you getting a fraud notice when you get into the game? I think this might be Sega's crackdown on it. I believe that this dump still contacts Sega for something, mostly related to All.net download. So there was a notice that came out from Sega indicating that you may receive a fraud message on your screen. So I think we might be dead in the water until we can get a local server connection to pull the all.net connection, which I believe is quite hard to do.

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nah i didn't receive the message but like yourself I think it still contacts.

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Note: Once you connect to the virtual server once, you can then start running the game without having it running at all. I tested it several times and it boots fine. 

I don't know if any in-game features might be disabled, but I play through the first couple of stages and it works fine without any virtual networks.

 

Maybe someone else can verify. 

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So I did use wireshark, while I was unplugged from my modem and I can't seem to find the right traffic going out my network adapter, as there is quite a lot like my anti virus/malware checking for online and other applications attempting like Discord and such. I turned all things that would be contacting outside and still it was hard to pinpoint.

 

But I know it does contact, since if I am unplugged from my Internet, but still plugged into my local network. I get the error right at boot up.

 

Error 8005

Network type error (WAN)

 

which means it does attempt to go outside to the Internet. So I think it does talk outside most likely to establish connection to download the All.NET stuff. Though if I just disable my network adapter on my computer. I get into the game, it checks the All.Net router and fails, then attempts it a couple more times before it boots into the game. Once this happens, I now lose connection to card reader, so progress saving is fully disabled. I will try just unplugging my network, then plugging it back in as soon as I get into the game to see if it can connect to the minime service for aime card connection.

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Alright, I think I am going crazy or I just have no clue how this works LOL

 

So just unplugged my network cable from my computer ran everything, and it connected fine. Card reader and everything...

 

If I unplug my self from my modem I get that Error 8005.

 

If I disable my network adapter. It just attempts 3 times to connect to All.Net fails, but game boots. Then I cannot connect to minime server, which makes sense, since you made your local IP it, but since I disabled my network adapter the IP is not present so no where to route. This I understand.

 

The whole unplug from modem vs unplug from my computer... does not make sense. lol

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24 minutes ago, Kobe46 said:

Alright, I think I am going crazy or I just have no clue how this works LOL

 

So just unplugged my network cable from my computer ran everything, and it connected fine. Card reader and everything...

 

If I unplug my self from my modem I get that Error 8005.

 

If I disable my network adapter. It just attempts 3 times to connect to All.Net fails, but game boots. Then I cannot connect to minime server, which makes sense, since you made your local IP it, but since I disabled my network adapter the IP is not present so no where to route. This I understand.

 

The whole unplug from modem vs unplug from my computer... does not make sense. lol


Thanks for testing. As I have also said, the game does not need the Minime virtual server to run and it seems the card progress also works independently. 
 

However, I would tend to think it does need to “touch base” upon the first start-up connect in order for the game to work. 
 

I just tested and the game works fine without any network connections so perhaps this was more for multiplayer setup.

 

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1 minute ago, sky2310 said:


Thanks for testing. As I have also said, the game does not need the Minime virtual server to run and it seems the card progress also works independently. 
 

However, I would tend to think it does need to “touch base” upon the first start-up connect in order for the game to work. 
 

I just tested and the game works fine without any network connections so perhaps this was more for multiplayer setup.

 

Yea I was just worried just in case, since I read the post by Sega on it, I read their terms and services, but I don't think we are, but they can interpret it to what ever they feel if it bides by them technically. I was just making sure. I know it attempts but its just weird is all heh.

 

Ok back to helping troubleshoot more problems or attempt to heh.

 

Thanks

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8 minutes ago, Kobe46 said:

Yea I was just worried just in case, since I read the post by Sega on it, I read their terms and services, but I don't think we are, but they can interpret it to what ever they feel if it bides by them technically. I was just making sure. I know it attempts but its just weird is all heh.

 

Ok back to helping troubleshoot more problems or attempt to heh.

 

Thanks


I know what you mean and thanks for testing. 
 

I guess playing an arcade game on our PCs means all of SEGA’s terms and conditions can fly out the window but agree best to stay offline for obvious reasons.

 

Seeing the game does not require an internet connection to run, perhaps it is recommended to not connecting online after the first connection to get the game working as it does expose our IPs to the inter-webs! 
 

Thanks for all your help, buddy!!

 

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9 hours ago, Kobe46 said:

Alright, I think I am going crazy or I just have no clue how this works LOL

 

So just unplugged my network cable from my computer ran everything, and it connected fine. Card reader and everything...

 

If I unplug my self from my modem I get that Error 8005.

 

If I disable my network adapter. It just attempts 3 times to connect to All.Net fails, but game boots. Then I cannot connect to minime server, which makes sense, since you made your local IP it, but since I disabled my network adapter the IP is not present so no where to route. This I understand.

 

The whole unplug from modem vs unplug from my computer... does not make sense. lol

 

Confusing

Did you leave the pc connected to the modem but disconnected the modem from the internet connction in the wall ?

This is a tricky one because i blocked all game related inbound and outbound connections in the firewall

Teknoparrot is not in the firewall list but still can update ?

How does Teknoparrot do that outside of the firewall rules ?

So what does go where for ID zero ?

:gene:

 

Game runs fine on a pc without internet connection.

 

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How do you change the ip address for the minime server I would like it to go to another ip address but I don't know where the .env is since it dosnt exist my guess would be I would have to recompile it with the ip but im pretty sure im wrong.

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49 minutes ago, ma47152 said:

How do you change the ip address for the minime server I would like it to go to another ip address but I don't know where the .env is since it dosnt exist my guess would be I would have to recompile it with the ip but im pretty sure im wrong.

Try creating a .env file in root of minime folder edit it to have

 

HOST_EXT=IPAddress

 

Place the IP address of the computer you want running minime.

 

@bojo5150

Some have gotten it working from another location, I myself and most others have it on C:\.

You can definitely try, but I have never gotten it to work outside of the C:\

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Any help please i keep getting JVS Error 6401 and the other window with Cannot get accounting info, i used ipconfig for my ip and i am using Google dns, i just cant get past this part.

Minime is working it says startup ok.

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4 minutes ago, dotexe said:

Any help please i keep getting JVS Error 6401 and the other window with Cannot get accounting info, i used ipconfig for my ip and i am using Google dns, i just cant get past this part.

Minime is working it says startup ok.

Might be related, Are you getting a wall of text spamming Cannot get Accounting info.

 

If so make sure the game directory is set to not read only, it is usually a permission issue that causes that wall of text, it might fix the JVS Error 6401. I will see if I can compile an error log sometime, to see if we can have an error log with the resolution to it.

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Game keeps going back to read only after changing all sub folders?

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9 minutes ago, Kobe46 said:

You just need to do it once. It will always do that, but the files are cleared. Don't worry. just do it once and it should be good.

I don't get the Cannot get accounting info but the jvs error on screen lol

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@dotexe

Try setting inject.exe to run as administrator, right click, properties, compatibility tab, check Run as Administrator.

 

Run start.bat as normal and see if that fixes it. If it works after that, then you can close down and remove what you just did on Inject.exe, then run the game as normal.

 

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20 minutes ago, Kobe46 said:

@dotexe

Try setting inject.exe to run as administrator, right click, properties, compatibility tab, check Run as Administrator.

 

Run start.bat as normal and see if that fixes it. If it works after that, then you can close down and remove what you just did on Inject.exe, then run the game as normal.

 

Thanks for the help but now i just get Error 6401 on screen.

 

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So i got the game working now with xbox controller just need to get it working with my direct drive wheel and Fanatec pedals, thanks for all the great help, should this work with dinput direct drive wheel with the pedals i have many thanks.

 

 

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5 hours ago, dotexe said:

So i got the game working now with xbox controller just need to get it working with my direct drive wheel and Fanatec pedals, thanks for all the great help, should this work with dinput direct drive wheel with the pedals i have many thanks.

 

 

You can do it. You have to adjust values in segatools.ini, where you change it to dinput and then label the device name. I know it does work, and can use it. You should enter the device name that comes up and shifter name. Like G27 and stuff for Logitech. The buttons are labelled based on what buttons and commands they equal to. I am going to test my Driving Force GT.

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1 hour ago, Kobe46 said:

You can do it. You have to adjust values in segatools.ini, where you change it to dinput and then label the device name. I know it does work, and can use it. You should enter the device name that comes up and shifter name. Like G27 and stuff for Logitech. The buttons are labelled based on what buttons and commands they equal to. I am going to test my Driving Force GT.

I'm sure i will get it in the end so it should work with my setup as it's in four parts not like say a G27 that is one device.I have my wheel that should come under the name simucube like it does in everything then i have a button box  that is listed in TeknoParrot and all other racers as 6 axis 32 button with hat switch and i mapped the buttons with the same info as in TeknoParrot then a fanatec shifter.If i put the wrong valies in for say brake like say y- the game will not boot i get the jvs error.If i map the pedals that are Fanatec clubsport pedals v3 and everthing in my list as think because the game cant use y- or x+ so i used wheel axis X gas RX brake RY the game boots but nothing works no buttons anything?

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2 hours ago, douggle said:

Fixed this error just wanted to know if there is a way to link up a pair of pcs for head to head racing

 

Good to hear it's finally working for you!

I believe head-to-head play is possible but you need to set up a local area network. Try using this software called Zerotier: https://www.zerotier.com

I have not used it but heard it's relatively easy to set up and is opensource. 

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