Jedi Academy Mod 1.3 not working -1 reply

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mahrishi

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#1 17 years ago

I downloaded Jedi Academy Mod 1.3 from jk2files. I unzipped the files into a folder called "academy" in the GameData directory. I tried to create a server with the JA Mod 1.3, but it doesn't work. I tried:

1)I tried opening the mod from the settings>Mod screen. There is nothing there to choose.

2)I tried typing into the server console "exec academy.cfg", "exec ja_admin.cfg", "exec jk2mpgame.qvm". It says "execing (the file name)", but the server is still not JA 1.3.

3)I copied the ja_admin file into the base directory.

4)I tried opening jk2mp.exe with these comments: "+set fs_game academy +exec academy.cfg".

5)I tried typing into the server console: "set fs_game". It says fs_game is write protected.

Nothing so far has worked. I read the readme file, still no help.

How do I set it up?




psychopsilocybin

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#2 17 years ago

Im Not Sure... I Just Zipped Everything Back Into My Academy Folder And Executed It Using The Bat File That I Got In JA 1.2




kylek

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#3 17 years ago

All the files for JAmod are in acadame folder but you said you put acadame inside a folder called acadame, Is this correct?

If so that will be why, Or did you just take all the files out of acadame and make a new acadame folder and stick all the files in your own acadame folder?

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#4 17 years ago

Try opening it with a .bat file.




cHoSeN oNe

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#5 17 years ago

Install Instructions.

An academy folder in the gamedata directory. Also, make sure inside the academy folder are these files. 1) A vm folder with a jk2mpgame.qvm file in it 2) academy.cfg 3) dummy.pk3 4) description.txt 5) BanIP.dat 6) Readme.htm When all of these files are in, the mod should load with no problems.

Open up the academy.cfg file in notepad and edit the cvars that control the passwords. After this, save the file and close it.

When you get in game, open up the console and type \exec academy.cfg That will load all of your cVars and passwords you declared in the academy.cfg file.

Do not make an academy folder with another academy folder inside that, this could be your problem.