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    Hi
    Something wrong with you'r libmysql client.
    This piece of cod request uninstall multilib ??
    I try in other thread's to find answer, but, anyone has real answer. What is benefit's for use libcod??
    For libcod we need mysql server, mysql server use much resource's from dedicated or VPS.
    For DDoS protection, which is more actual themes in cod2, only support is provider with property configured routers.
    For all other scripts, we use scripting in .iwd files, so, can you answer to trivial question:
    Why use libcod ?????

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    You dont need to install mysql server to use libcod. It includes a connector which can connect to mysql servers, but it's not a requirement. If you read the installation guide, you'll see that it requires mysqlclient, not mysqlserver. You can also disable mysql inside the config files to get rid of it entirely.

    It's not ddos protection for YOUR server, it's protection from the q3 getstatus/getinfo amplification attack, in which your server is utilized to amplify a ddos against a third party server.

    For scripting, libcod adds multiple script functions not available in stock cod2_lnxded.

    And multilib is not uninstalled by libcod, it's uninstalled by the prereqs for compiling your own libcod. Voron's version already uses g++ only, you dont need gcc anymore.
    "Does not work" is an error report for a bug between keyboard and chair.

    All hail Artie Effem

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    I had a similar issue when using libcod with Ubuntu 18.04

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    Error while loading shared libraries: libmysqlclient.so.18: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    Probably because I compiled libcod on Ubuntu 14.04.

    Fix is to uninstall current libraries;
    Code:
    sudo apt-get --purge remove libmysqlclient-dev:i386
    Then download this .deb package and install;
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    wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/247514894/libmysqlclient18_5.6.28-1ubuntu3_i386.deb
    sudo apt install ./libmysqlclient18_5.6.28-1ubuntu3_i386.deb

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    Quote Originally Posted by filthy_freak_ View Post
    Probably because I compiled libcod on Ubuntu 14.04.

    Fix is to uninstall current libraries;
    Or to recompile libcod on your target system...
    "Does not work" is an error report for a bug between keyboard and chair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IzNoGoD View Post
    Or to recompile libcod on your target system...
    Yes the proper fix would be to recompile.

    But for me it was easier to just downgrade mysql because I have made so many changes to my libcod source that it won't work without updating my mod.

    Also useful for those that downloaded the libcod binaries and don't know how to compile.
    Last edited by filthy_freak_; 23rd January 2019 at 03:46.

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