[Devbest Exclusive Series] [Ep. 2] How to create a online R36B Habbo Retro using a VPS and IIS

SentimentalX

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How to create a R36B Habbo Retro using a VPS and IIS

Please note before starting this: if you currently own a Habbo Retro on a VPS using XAMPP I highly suggest you use this tutorial to migrate from XAMPP as XAMPP is simply for development purposes only. The migration isn't hard at all - just close Apachi and MySQL from XAMPP and then follow this tutorial. Transfer your htdocs folder content to your wwwroot folder in which I navigate to throughout the tutorial. Apologies if I have some sentence mess ups throughout the tutorial, this was done at 2 AM just before my VPS expired so I had to get it done now or never.



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ive done your steps but i used xampp, when i try to connect via webbrowser to my domain it comes error 552: Connection timed out.
could be dat problem just because i used xampp instead of IIS ?

edit: ive done all steps exactly like you showed with the freenom and cloudflare, nameserver etc.
 

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Nice videos. I used to own a hotel a while a go, just coming back to the scene and this is really helpful. When will your next tutorials be up?
 

SentimentalX

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Nice videos. I used to own a hotel a while a go, just coming back to the scene and this is really helpful. When will your next tutorials be up?
I have been slacking big time - I have got a little bit of school before the 2 weeks break come so once it comes round I'll start pushing videos out again - a week or two maximum :)
 

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First off I want to start by saying thank you very much for this tutorial, it has helped me greatly.
My hotel works perfectly, however, when I click logout it stalls for a really long time and then just redirects me to /me.php. Basically it's impossible for me to logout without clearing my cache. It's no big deal but I was wondering if you know how to fix this? I followed your tutorial in the first part and everything worked completely fine but for some reason on the VPS-hosted one I cannot logout.
 

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@SentimentalX First of all, thanks for this. This was the easiest tut to follow, but I got a smidge stuck. The CMS is up an everything but when I load the client, it's stuck at 76%; I am running the emu and I've set the firewall settings. I'm not sure what else to do?

Edit: I fixed it, had some fixes to make in variables files.
 
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It tells me I'm using an old version of PHP when trying to connect, this is the error:

PHP version is lower then PHP 5.6 your PHP version is 5.5.19

I've tried installing newer PHP's but it doesn't make a difference
 

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Great tutorial. Followed it step by step and now have my own retro.
Also a good ops website is ions. Great price.
 
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