John_Reaper

[Fixed]Scripts won't run

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Hello,

I try to start the development of server but on i tried to put the index.js calling to commands.js on packages folder and the commands wont work

I receive this warn on start the server WARNING: bridge.dll not initialized, in order to use the C#-API, make sure 'bridge/runtime/coreclr.dll' is accessible

Any help is appreciated!

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I fix the problem

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Morning John,

 

Could you explain how you fixed the problem? There's nothing more frustrating that having a similar issue and after much searching, finally find a post that has SOLVED in the title only to discover that the solution is a simple "I fixed it".

 

Thanks a lot. Your update would be helpful to others - even if it is just "I had the script in the wrong directory, when I moved it to ... it loaded correctly"

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27 minutes ago, Angel said:

Morning John,

 

Could you explain how you fixed the problem? There's nothing more frustrating that having a similar issue and after much searching, finally find a post that has SOLVED in the title only to discover that the solution is a simple "I fixed it".

 

Thanks a lot. Your update would be helpful to others - even if it is just "I had the script in the wrong directory, when I moved it to ... it loaded correctly"

Oh ok sorry,

If you want to fix that (server scripts won't run ) create a folder on packages (with any name) and in his folder put the index.js and other scripts

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22 hours ago, John_Reaper said:

Oh ok sorry,

If you want to fix that (server scripts won't run ) create a folder on packages (with any name) and in his folder put the index.js and other scripts

Cheers

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