Darkkang

CASCHost guide

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Hey, I'm sorry for be insistent, but I've days try CascHost but there aren't guides about it.

I've compile the program in ubuntu, but I've two problems.

1. I need modify the WoW.exe. What program I need for this? 010editor? IDA Pro? And how edit the CDN for the mine? I think not be one ip, or yes?

2. When I did dotnet run, my build.info is missing, but I've my build.info into wwwroot/Systemfiles and not read it. How can fix it? must I modify the build.info for my build? My build is 7.2.5 24742

 

I need it for can parse models, maps and others from 7.3.5 and BfA to 7.2.5. Perhaps if it work, I can share us files and make one guide.

Thanks!

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4 hours ago, Σκιάχτρο said:

1. hxd will do

2. get build.info from client

¡Thanks! I just tried...

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Is it well done?

When I replaced http://trinity.github... I don't see all the url,  I only see a part.

What is the solution? Thanks

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On 2/9/2018 at 9:48 PM, Darkkang said:

¡Thanks! I just tried...

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Is it well done?

When I replaced http://trinity.github... I don't see all the url,  I only see a part.

What is the solution? Thanks

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A dot in that view does not mean there is a dot but may mean the byte is not printable. You can see that as well on the left side where instead of a dot, you have a `00`.

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5 hours ago, wungasaurus said:

A dot in that view does not mean there is a dot but may mean the byte is not printable. You can see that as well on the left side where instead of a dot, you have a `00`.

Now I fix it, but i've other error.

 

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I've this files:

 

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What is the fix?

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On 11/9/2018 at 0:59 PM, Смердокрыл said:

Since you've set a rebuild password, you are supposed to go to address:port/rebuild_password

On 11/9/2018 at 0:59 PM, Смердокрыл said:

Since you've set a rebuild password, you are supposed to go to address:port/rebuild_password

On 8/9/2018 at 7:27 PM, wungasaurus said:

A dot in that view does not mean there is a dot but may mean the byte is not printable. You can see that as well on the left side where instead of a dot, you have a `00`.

Now I fix it, but i've other error.

 

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I've this files:

 

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Nothing...

Down the attached img. I tryed all... IP adress:port/rebuild/password and I obtain 404 error.

I enter with my browser and show me this "info: Microsoft.AspNetCore.Hosting.Internal.WebHost[1]
      Request starting HTTP/1.1 GET http://ks309388.kimsufi.com:5100/rebuild" each time I enter into.

I tryed open ports for this ip and disable firewall.

Some idea? Thanks

Sorry for my english.

 

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2 hours ago, wungasaurus said:

There is a difference between / and _.

Ok thanks, but it appear the same error.

In hosting.json and appsetting.json must I modify localhost? how?

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Is wrong? :/ Thanks

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On 11/9/2018 at 0:59 PM, Смердокрыл said:

Since you've set a rebuild password, you are supposed to go to address:port/rebuild_password

Nothing? Sorry for insist, but the problem not fixed yet :(

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