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If you have the steam version of terraria and just want a clean install, you can either reinstall terraria(you won't loose saves) or you can right click terraria in your steam library, go to properties, local files and click verify integrity of game files, which sould give you a clean install of...
I have a question:
I want to setup a tmodloader dedicated server on linux and I want to load a modpack on the server. I put the modpack file in the mods/ModPacks folder but the server doesn't download the mods or anything.
Now, is this possible that way, or do I have to downlöoad them all...
This is a VERY good(and fancy) script, but i wanna note an alternative that is a bit simpler and doesn't require replacing Terraria.exe(I only tested this on the Steam Version):
1) Go to your Terraria installation folder and create a new folder where you will put tModLoader.(You can rename the...
Do i have to put this in the config file like so:
or as a command line parameter?
Also when i have a config for my dedicated serer on linux it only loads the motd, worldpath and modpath from the config.
When i start the server it asks again for wich world to play and wich...
Can you somehow change the folder for mod config files.
I have a dedicated tModLoader server on a linux root server and i want to changethe directory for the mos configs, so i can access them easier.
Is that possible?
So if you have Terraria on Steam, you can make a folder with tModLoader and a folder with N Terraria.
Both should be properly installed in their respective folders.
Each one should have a Terraria.exe file.
Rename the tModLoader Terraria.exe to tModLoader.exe and the N Terraria...
If you have the Steam version of terraria, you can put the mod in a different folder and add the exe from that mod as a non-steam game in steam. So you can have multiple mods installed at the same time and they are all playable at the same time.