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Old 07-22-2009, 01:20 PM   #1
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Default Setting up a server

Alright, here's what I'm looking to do.
I recently downloaded N64 emulator and Super Smash bros for it.
I'm looking to set up a server that me and some friends can log onto and play it in multiplayer together. Just like most games have, I'm sure this will a lot more difficult. But I figure with some help I/we can do it.
If you want anymore information please don't be shy to ask. I'm looking all over and trying different things out to get this to work.

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Old 07-23-2009, 06:15 PM   #2
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I guess for starter we need to know what emulator you have, and if you are wanting to run the server on Linux or PC? From there we can see if there is even any software aviable for a server to use the emulator, then go from there.


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If you're using a windows server, you're going to need to set up an application server role. Then set up a new website in IIS. Put the emulator in the web root for the new website, and give your friends the IP address, or domain, if you plan to buy one. But, some ISP's don't let you host. I would check first before I spent the money.
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