View Full Version : UT2Vote43 Multi & Standard Server

25th Jul 2004, 05:27 PM
Hi all,

since I have UT2Vote43 running my server isn't listed as standard server anymore.
I use UT2VoteMulti.

What can I do?

Thanx in advance!


25th Jul 2004, 05:54 PM

this should be set to true.

26th Jul 2004, 12:28 AM
Actually, UT2Vote was whitelisted. Are you running any other mutators too?

26th Jul 2004, 04:53 AM
This is set to true.

UT2Vote was whitelisted
Can it be that only "UT2Vote" is whitelisted and "UT2VoteMulti" not?

Are you running any other mutators too?
No, UT2Vote is the only Mut, I don't even have UTSecure or anything like this runnning.


26th Jul 2004, 10:54 AM
When it comes to whitelisting, I have no idea how/if Dr Sin is wildcarding our mutator. It's entirely possible that the Multi variant of the tool isn't recognized. We'll look into that right now.

Also, mutes aren't the only thing that makes a server non-standard. Check that you haven't broke any of the standards such as changing your gamespeed.

26th Jul 2004, 11:45 AM
I thinks it is the "Multi" in the mutator name, since I have alle the settings like before (no bots, gamespeed 1.0, no other muts, and so on).

When I come home I will try to run the server as non-multi and look if it is listed as standard server.


26th Jul 2004, 01:54 PM
mmm I did not make UT2VoteMulti Standard Server friendly simply because I thought being WhiteListed it would take care of anything thats within UT2Vote - obviously not :(
I'll make the Multi version SS friendly now also in 4.4.
Thanks for that.

26th Jul 2004, 02:20 PM
From a Q&A with Dr Sin:

No.. But it's based on the mutator name, not the package so as long as you don't change the name of the mutator, you are fine.

> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: [ut2004servers] Whitelisting and mutator updates
> Joe, when you add mutes to the list, are they wildcarding in any way
> to allow for update versions?

So as long as UT2Vote appears as the same name in the mutator list, all should be ok.

26th Jul 2004, 09:35 PM
OK, I just tried it:

- UT2Vote43 *normal* -> listed as Standard Server
- UT2Vote43 *multi* -> not listed as Standard Server

Imaginos, the multi version is shown as "UT2VoteMulti"

But, for me it works that way! :D
Before I had to deal with several System folder which was not very satisfying.
Now I can run the server as public server with UT2Vote *normal* and the settings in the system files, while when running as LAN or private server I can use the multi version with the settings inside the corresponding ini's. (When running as LAN or private the server doesn't uplink anyway, only stats are sent)

If the admins at Epicgames add "UT2VoteMulti" to the whitelist it should always work, right? Or is that more complicated?


27th Jul 2004, 02:12 AM
If the admins at Epicgames add "UT2VoteMulti" to the whitelist it should always work, right? Or is that more complicated?One would think it is that simple but judging by everything else Epic do its probably the most complicated setup in history :)
In the meantime till we get 44 out run your main server as a UT2Vote43 and the others as UT2VoteMulti.

27th Jul 2004, 05:11 AM
Yip. like I said above, it works perfect that way. :)

Mayn thanks for that superb mut and many thanks for the fast and good support!