How to build eve-online Linux server
Do you wish to build your eve-online private server? This is very easy. I gonna show how to build Crucible Server on Ubuntu Linux from source code.
Evemu Server DOCUMENTATION generated by Doxygen Here.
On the internet you can find too much server builds created by several coders, such as Bloody Rabbit, Aknor Jaden, Hurricane, but today evemu is almost abandoned and no one wants to continue developing, no coders, no time (coz need too much time to spend on this shit and we get zero production). Eve – online a very difficult server and written by very high-level coders, the server is updated every time, which makes it better and better. The database of server contains multimillion strings of items, about 400 Mb!!!
At present time only one man Allan, here is his site and server http://eve.alasiya.net try to continue working on. He is owner and hoster of Crucible server and you can test it for free just register on his forum. You can find everything there, how to start testing the game. If you are a good C++ and Python coder you can join Allan and help him with this good job. I personally appreciate Allan, that he spends his free, but expensive time for his work.
REMEMBER!! This is not working server for a public, this is only for educational purpose and learn C++ and Python programming!
If you want to play eve-online you have only one way, go to the official server, register there for free, you can get 14 – 60 days trial account and after depends on you …
This is Crucible server running on my virtual machine, most functions working, such as mining, fitting, damage, dock and undock, skills, market, space combat and other, server is bugging and crushing too often. So here is a video of the server I run. This is not Allan’s server code, I found a couple of years ago and I don’t remember where it downloaded from and who is a developer. Next, I will show, how to build Linux server easy, I little bit modified Allan’s code and fixed the issue with mysql-5-5 downloading.
Here is Evemu source code documentation generated by Doxygen.