Jump to content

nebkas

Community Members
  • Content Count

    6
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

nebkas last won the day on May 12 2016

nebkas had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

12 Good

About nebkas

  • Rank
    Tiro

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    https://twitter.com/nebkas

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Germany (Bremen)

Recent Profile Visitors

480 profile views
  1. Thanks mate, Feel free to use the screenshots for the wiki
  2. 1. Download and install TortoiseSVN Dowlnoadpage https://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html Standard setting during install will work After finishing installation create a new folder in your Userdirectory. It should be located in "C:\users\username" . I called my directory "0adsvn" Then right click on the new created directory and choose "SVN Checkout..." In the Checkout mask just enter the URL of repository: "http://svn.wildfiregames.com/public/ps/trunk" Then click on "OK" Now it starts downloading the 0ad SVN version. Depending on your Inet speed this will take 20-45 minutes and needs arround 1,5 -2GB free HardDisk Space After the checkout is complete, you can start the SVN game from the "pyrogenesis.exe" binary wich is located in your created folder under \binaries\system\ I created a shortcut for this and placed it on my desktop. Dont forget to updated your 0ad SVN copy every time you going to play in svn. This can easily be done by right click on your 0adsvn directory and choosing "SVN Update" Have fun
  3. Sorry, forgot about the WiFi guys Try to use the freeware "WLAN Optimizer". This disables the periodical background scan and helps to improve your latency WLAN Optimizer
  4. Just a short guide to improve your network setings. Disable IPv6. (Its famous for a lot of trouble in online gaming) Go to Advanced tab of your Ethernet adapter settings, and disable the following: Interrupt Moderation - clumps packets together and sends them as a batch - the main offender Flow Control - sounds counterintuitive to disable it, but it messes with existing flow control in Windows networking stack Receive Side Scaling - also messes with Windows networking stack [anything goes here] Checksum Offload - supposed to speed up performance by offloading TCP/UDP checksumming to hardware; in reality does nothing for an average desktop PC except interfere with Windows networking stack UDP Is more important, because 0AD is using the UPD protocoll! Thats what u can do on your Desktop ----------------------------- If you want to go more forward, you can optimize your Routers config too. Search in the config for something like QoS, Filters, Portforwarding etc. In most routers, you can prioritize network traffic. Just watch out and give realtime priority to the UDP protocoll and bind it to the 0ad port 20595. ----------------------------- Want more? If your PC have a lot of RAM you are lucky. Try to set up a RAM-Drive and put a Copy of your 0ad into it and run it from there
×
×
  • Create New...