sof2 1.00 Error infostring: oversize string (linux) -1 reply

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#1 12 years ago

I'm getting a problem. We have a linux gameserver running with sof2 1.00 on it. Now the problem is that our server is able to handle the first release of the info string crasher, but it can't handle the 2nd release of that programme. There is only a version available for windows 1.00 servers. Has someone the patch for sof2 1.00 :(. I can't find it anywere :(.




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#2 12 years ago

Gold full patch @ www.sof2files.com




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#4 12 years ago
LeTHaL BaNaNaGold full patch @ www.sof2files.com

I don't need the gold patch. I want to have it as a 1.00 server. I'm searching the patch to get away of those info string attacks.




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#5 12 years ago

you can find the "definitive infostring crash fix 0.2" for 1.00 here: http://aluigi.altervista.org/patches.htm#bugfix and a fix for 1.03 also




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#6 12 years ago
-:|Purp|:-you can find the "definitive infostring crash fix 0.2" for 1.00 here: http://aluigi.altervista.org/patches.htm#bugfix and a fix for 1.03 also

Dear, thanks for your reply. I already saw that but there is no explaination for linux :(. someone knows how to patch it on linux?




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#7 12 years ago

try the 'infostring crash universal fix 0.1.1' . (q3infofix) . there is a few readme's with it. also how to patch Linux executables. it's almost the same as windows. "The step-by-step is the same of Windows with the only difference that you must specify the executable name at command-line and the tool will show you some details and will wait until the pressing of the RETURN key before starting to patch the file."