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General Chat & Help and Support / Re: ULX Player not authed
« Last post by allofmywutsteam on Today at 03:45:26 PM »
In my experience, this issue is caused with the PlayerAuth hook breaks. Since verifying it fixed it for you, you probably had a bad edit in your garrysmod/settings/users.txt file.

I'm not running a dedi-server, so I almost went down a rabbit hole trying to figure SteamCMD out. Luckily, you're comment reminded me to check for the settings/users.txt file which I seem to have deleted (in an effort to fix another problem), so I'm glad I got that fixed.

Thanks.
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Community Servers / Re: Loyalty Gaming - Stay loyal to your friends
« Last post by captain1342 on Today at 05:44:26 AM »
Don't twist the words in my mouth
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FAQs / Re: How do I make myself admin? (3 simple foolproof methods)
« Last post by allofmywutsteam on Yesterday at 09:38:25 PM »
If you are truly adding yourself to superadmin using server console, OR editing files ONLY while the server is OFF, and, are only listed in ONE group (owner) when editing files manually, then you have a conflicting addon or gamemode that's changing your access.
ULX won't move you in any automatic way against your wishes unless you've edited files incorrectly and/or are in two groups.
(One reason we really encourage no manual editing)
You keep mentioning 'owner' - Gmod has no owner group, I'd suggest starting with disabling FAdmin (we have another FAQ for that).
If that doesn't fix it, start looking to see if you have autopromote and/or protection scripts.

going thru my addons now, and the transferred /data/ i uploaded for user groups (which may be the issues), but i may need to cut back a bit more vanilla. I've removed "owner" but will continue testing.  Although I have used autopromote in the passed, I don't have it installed at this moment.

addons http://i.imgur.com/w9gbi9S.png
data http://i.imgur.com/7IX3NLq.png

i'll keep hunting. thank you. it's odd because, without the owner group, on server restat from server console, the i get added to superadmin. at first i thought there was a conflict somewhere, but now it seems that when restart is run, the adduser <something> is run. i'll keep searching.

UPDATE: after hunting for hours. I concluded that the addons weren't the issue because I literally wiped my entire server was cleaned. But on reboot, the server would run the command. Turns out, I entered this as a forced command upon reboot, and then minimized the section in the control panel.

http://i.imgur.com/9GGzXdN.png

smh.
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FAQs / Re: How do I make myself admin? (3 simple foolproof methods)
« Last post by JamminR on Yesterday at 09:05:59 PM »
I'm still interested in knowing why the original issue is coming up.
If you are truly adding yourself to superadmin using server console, OR editing files ONLY while the server is OFF, and, are only listed in ONE group (owner) when editing files manually, then you have a conflicting addon or gamemode that's changing your access.
ULX won't move you in any automatic way against your wishes unless you've edited files incorrectly and/or are in two groups.
(One reason we really encourage no manual editing)
You keep mentioning 'owner' - Gmod has no owner group, I'd suggest starting with disabling FAdmin (we have another FAQ for that).
If that doesn't fix it, start looking to see if you have autopromote and/or protection scripts.
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FAQs / Re: How do I make myself admin? (3 simple foolproof methods)
« Last post by allofmywutsteam on Yesterday at 07:34:46 PM »
I've ran a ulx-supported server for some time, but I'm coming back after a few months.  I'm faced with me being removed from usergroup "owner" (inherits "superadmin") and added to "superadmin" upon a Server Console restart (NFO).

1. I've added myself to owner in-game (still reverted to superadmin on restart)
2. "" to owner in server console ("")
3. "" to owner in /data/ulib/users.txt (server on or off, "")
4. "" to owner in /settings/users.txt ("")
5. "" to owner using 2, 3, 4 at once before booting up - confirming owner - then rebooting ("")

Curious where I'm missing? I would create a new thread, but this is the most directly relating post.

Edit: putting emotions aside. Although I may consider it, I'm still interested in knowing why the original issue is coming up.
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Community Servers / Re: Loyalty Gaming - Stay loyal to your friends
« Last post by MrPresident on Yesterday at 10:18:35 AM »
You're right. I probably don't know what I'm talking about.....

 :-X
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Community Servers / Re: Loyalty Gaming - Stay loyal to your friends
« Last post by captain1342 on Yesterday at 07:47:43 AM »
I had plenty of servers and during the old days we were forced to kick high pingers as they increased the Ping of everyone and caused extrem server lags. Also I am not talking about 1 single 250 ms ping user I am talking about 3000+ Ping. When such a player was online, like an instant the ping from everyone increased.

Ask mostly everyone from Infinity Roleplay: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/GER-Infinity-Roleplay they can asure you that I am telling the truth.

Edit:
And before you call it an error on my Host: We had the Problem with G-Portal and then on my own root. it happened on both.
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Community Servers / Re: Loyalty Gaming - Stay loyal to your friends
« Last post by MrPresident on August 21, 2017, 10:44:51 PM »
You're wrong. A player with high ping has no effect on the server or other players. You might see them 'teleporting' around.. but like I said on your forums, unless you are trying to shoot them, it makes no difference to the server.

I allow players from all over the world to play on my server and have had players with 400-500 ping routinely play and it causes no issues to the server or other players.
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General Chat & Help and Support / MOVED: PS2 - Points
« Last post by JamminR on August 21, 2017, 07:47:36 PM »
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Off-Topic / Re: Help me upgrade my NOC!
« Last post by JamminR on August 21, 2017, 07:42:41 PM »
Hi roastchicken, thanks for input.
I don't fall for marketing hype. I know those numbers have little to do with reality.
I went ahead and ordered the Netgear 1900 last Thur, got and installed it this weekend.
I'm now getting ~140mbps/24mbps.Router was definitely part of the issue.
The modem is next.
Here's the new results (another household member was streaming Netflix, hence the ~-5mbps)


I also love it's WiFi performance.
Our local area is pretty good about not being over provisioned.
It was horrible when I moved in '08. They installed a new fiber hut a few miles off and it's been gold ever since.
I researched my current SB6120 modem and found it can only do 172mbps theoretically.
So, in my mind, if that was done in a lab, real life = ~140-150.
This evening, I've gone ahead and ordered a Motorola MB8600.
I figure after that I'm hopefully good on home networking for at least another 10 years.
:)

(Oh, overclocking usually isn't possible - I use custom firmware. Was using Toastman TomatoUSB on the old router. I'm using a newer AdvancedTomato on the new one. Loving it's new GUI, yet still has same features I was using previously)
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