@lucky06 - You can manually create the database. Just export the race.sql, records.sql and sessioninfo.sql into the database.
does the rFactor2 LiveMonitor.dll generate a logfile in the directory c:\LiveMonitorLog ?
I am releasing v18.104.22.168 today.. so maybe you can try that...
@Valbeuna72 - i haven't tried it in rFactor1, but there are variables, which might not work for rFactor. but i am think to make one similar for rFactor1 too.. since lot of people are still using rF1
Did you try the new version?
send me a PM or mail me with screenshots of what is the problem.
Check 1st post for new version v22.214.171.124
All installed and working great fella!
Many thanks FG, keeps getting better and better...
Im off to do a few laps in the GT1 @ Mills A I think, time to beat my PB ;o)
Thanks again matee, seems to be smooth as silk
Really wish my hosting company allowed me to do it properly. It's broke again but I guess it just wasn't meant to be
at Nickbalti.. If you dont really need to use a webhosting service to show liveMonitor.
You can do it locally on your PC.. as long as your run the server on your machine, and the same machine has a mysql database. you can have livemonitor to work
for instance, we are running a server on one of the machine's here locally
Check your Inbox.. you got mail.
ah great that you got it work..
well the livemonitor doesn't actually identify each car by its skins.. it just uses only the category name..
if you want to modify the icons..
go to your livemonitor folder in wampp, then inside images\icons folder.. you should have all the vehicles there..
Does any car class show each individual skin?
Thank you for your hard work.
I used xampp instead of wamp!
not currently nick.. but possible in the future release mate..
GREAT WORK VYRUSH !
Now we can automate the start-up of the services, and it works
For those who want to automate the start up, must see that if the rFactor server is already running the logger dont start. So must delete the *.xml files first.
This is a startup script, save it "start.CMD" and use the windows scheduler.
In this example, it starts 3 monitors. Then, after starting all the monitors, the script simply delete the XML files and all monitors goes online.Code:TIMEOUT /T 2 START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM1\ LiveMonitor.exe TIMEOUT /T 5 START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM2\ LiveMonitor.exe TIMEOUT /T 5 START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM3\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM4\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM5\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM6\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM7\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM8\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM9\ LiveMonitor.exe : TIMEOUT /T 5 : START /DC:\LiveMonitor\LM10\ LiveMonitor.exe TIMEOUT /T 10 del c:\LiveMonitorLog\*.xml
Thanks a Juan..
Btw, the first update is available. Only a single line of error fixed. Pls update
Last edited by vyrush; 04-10-12 at 03:07 PM.
Since a lot of people are still using rFactor1, I will make the LiveMonitor compatible with rFactor1 too..