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About KnockOutGamer

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  1. I have a problem with this program, when I run the drone control program on a tablet, it gives me an error in the do Drone part. Also, the pastebin doesn't work.
  2. @XyFreak This is the /etc/draconic_control.cfg file, along with the addresses of each adapter. I don't see a typo here, maybe I missed something? This is the current setup I have for the Reactor, I tried it out manually and it worked, so that shouldn't be an issue.
  3. I'm using OC and DE 1.12.2- on minecraft 1.12.2. When I run 'draconic_control start' it outputs 'Draconic control service started.' but when I run 'dc_gui' it outputs 'Draconic Control has not been configured yet. Please make sure everything is set up correctly and start this program again.' I followed all the instructions in the link. Is there a different version that works in 1.12.2 or do you have to do additional config in 1.12.2?
  4. Is there a way to change the program for the door PCs to work without the screens? I'm trying to make it work with microcontrollers, but you cannot place a graphics card in them.
  5. I am trying to make a program that will work similarly to discord I guess, but I can't figure out how to get only the message and the recipient to save on the server. I'm not too great at lua unfortunately. I would like it to be a server-client system, which could preferably scale for several people. Each client would register with a username, which the server would store. The clients would only receive messages while the program is running. Not particularly concerned with any deadline, but eagerly awaiting a response. Feel free to ask me about any other information.
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