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    Linux Destroyed POI's

    Hi Guys,

    Some of the people on my server destroyed some POIs by mistake those big police green zombies that explode, exploded and blew up a few book loot thingies.

    i want to know is there a possibility to restore that building to what it was to the server started?

    #2
    Delete the map chunk they are in and they will be restored the next time someone goes to that area.

    Do a quest involving this POI to reset it.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Gazz View Post
      Delete the map chunk they are in and they will be restored the next time someone goes to that area.

      Do a quest involving this POI to reset it.
      could you elaborate on this please, where do i find the map chunk that the poi is in? im working on a linux server and i tried repairchunkdensity and chunkreset but they dont seem to do anything

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        #4
        You find the map chunk data with F3.

        chunkreset works with the chunk coords. The chunks must be unloaded, and you cannot run the command from the client console. It must be done externally through telnet.


        You can also use the CPM API tool for managing your server, which has a command for resetting POI's.

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          #5
          Originally posted by SylenThunder View Post
          You find the map chunk data with F3.

          chunkreset works with the chunk coords. The chunks must be unloaded, and you cannot run the command from the client console. It must be done externally through telnet.


          You can also use the CPM API tool for managing your server, which has a command for resetting POI's.
          Guys you will have to be more specific im not really good at linux OS and i tried using F3 ingame and on telnet both did nothing,
          its really hard to reinstall the whole server according to csm as i have already spent weeks setting up scripts with cron to reboot the server on crashes ect.

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            #6
            You need to be in DM mode for F3 to display all of the information. It has nothing to do with the Linux OS.

            If you're using CSMM for your server manager, you can enter the command into the console from the dashboard. Just make sure the chunk is unloaded first.

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