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'Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy' - Dedicated Servers Available NOW

by Rainier on Sept. 16, 2003 @ 1:22 p.m. PDT

Get the Jedi Academy Win/Linux Dedicated Server off Worthplaying (1mb)

Thank you for downloading the win32 dedicated server for Jedi Academy. This release is designed for server administrators running remote installations of servers, or for servers that do not have the proper video card to launch the game normally.

Note that this release requires a full installation of Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy for the server function.

Installing win32 dedicated server:

  1. Make sure Jedi Academy is fully installed before proceeding.
  2. Unzip the contents of the archive to the 'Gamedata' folder in the directory in which Jedi Academy is installed (e.g. "C:Program FilesLucasArtsStar Wars Jedi AcademyGameData"). This will put an example 'server.cfg' file in the 'base' folder which you can customize later on.
  3. Open the 'server.cfg' file with a simple text editor, and make any changes necessary (as outlined in the 'server options.txt' included in this archive).
  4. Create a shortcut to the jampded.exe by right-clicking on the file, then selecting 'Create Shortcut'. Then right-click on the shortcut, and select 'Properties'. In the 'Target' field, modify the text so it appears like this:

    "C:Program FilesLucasArtsStar Wars Jedi AcademyGameDatajampDed.exe" +exec server.cfg

  5. Launch the shortcut.

    By default, the server will run in "internet" play mode and advertise its presence to the master server. If you wish to have a LAN play only server, change your server config to set dedicated 1, or change the command line options to: + exec server.cfg +set dedicated 1

Notes: The game will look in the base directory for pak and config files.

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