door.sys itself is just a text file with your gamerserv user information listed in it, such as user name, amount of time left for the day and stuff like that. Usurper may or may not use the time left on gameserv to limit the amount of time left in it as well. But it will decrement the time left on the gameserv value upon exit back to gameserv.
READ ALL THE FOLLOWING FIRST BEFORE PROCEEDING
I have uploaded a file, http://www.knaper.com/u/new-DOOR.SYS that is a copy of the door.sys file I used on a Usurper game, where everyone was the same character, and all started at the exact same place. I had the door labeled as Waste, because there was only two characterrs in the game, the Queen , and this character, no dungeon fights, no NPC's no money, etceterea. The batch file used for it was http://www.knaper.com/u/waste.bat Now on both of these you will have to "save the link target as to your sysetm" or (and I just tested them with Netscape browser) "open link in New Window".
As I have stated, they are both test files, and should display as such, BUT as with everything else
virus scan to make certain they haven't been infected.
Ok Now back to your post, If your gamesrv is creating NODE6, then that is still OK, and the "problem" about it not creating NODE 1 is in gamesrv.ini and is probbably NOT why you can't use Usurper.
Gamesrv should be passing that information to usurper. While NODE6 is there, look in there to see if you have a file door.sys. Upon exit from usurper, that entire folder and contents may be deleted by gameserv.
OK absorb, and check this if any of it makes any sense.
Lenny has to go kill a dungeon monster fer breakfast....
And the batch file looks IN proper formattNinave wrote:hmm... U
I dont get any node1 folder...(node 6 is created by gamesrv) Im not quiet sure what door.sys do, or how to creat one???
My bat files look like this rigth now
D:\\spel\\usurperonline\\usurper.exe /N%1 /PC:\\usurperonline\\NODE%1