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Player rate tracking system using Linux's firewall (iptables)
Yes. The configuration is inside the program file itself, so it requires restart on changes.

Have you got the rates.html somewhere?

Can't locate Date/ in @INC (@INC contains: /etc/perl /usr/local/lib/perl/5.10.0 /usr/local/share/perl/5.10.0 /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl/5.10 /usr/share/perl/5.10 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at /srcds/ratetables/ line 168.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /srcds/ratetables/ line 168.
OK. This is because you don't have perl's Date::Format module installed.

You can install RPM package perl-TimeDate to install it. If you're on debian it's called libtimedate-perl.

See either of these:
RPM: (rpm -Uvh perl-TimeDate-1.16-1.2.el5.rf.noarch.rpm)
DEB: (apt-get install libtimedate-perl)

If you're hard core Linux user then you obviously use CPAN:

1. perl -MCPAN -e shell
2. install Date::Format
Ok now it is running

will get back with a link when i finds it hehe

hardcore nah... Smile

cant find rates.html
Does it say something about HTML::Template when you start the script now?

You also need HTML::Template perl modele ( )

The configuration variable is "htmlfile"
htmlfile => "/home/user/public_html/rates.html"
it starts fine now

have installed the template for html but it is not created any file anywhere
Doesn't it say any error? Have you verified the "htmlfile" configuration setting is something sensible?
Was drunk during the installation. Will look at it now again. But htmlfile config? explain more

htmlfile => "/home/user/public_html/rates.html",

^ is unchanged... perhaps change the bold ^ to root or what?

but i have my ratetracking installed into. Dont uses my home dir for my servers at all

Now i have created the dir´s for the rates.html and chmodded it
It works but it is not accesible from the outside

/public_html/ <-- chmodded to 755
rates.html <-- chmodded to 744
Correct. Do you have any files accessible from the outside? Usually on default install the public web files are at /var/www/. So if you set htmlfile => /var/www/rates.html, then you should see it at
No files accessible from the outside. Now i have my rates.html in /var/www

rates.html is chmodded to 744
/www/ is chmodded to 755

The file rates.html is created by the system and if i open it it shows my rate. But it is not accesable from the outside. How does i fix that?
You have to have apache installed (or other web server, but apache is what everybody uses). In Ubuntu it installs with "apt-get install apache2".
worked fine. Will give you the url after i have modded the output some... tomorrow
I would like to use this but the OP download link is broken/dead. Can someone upload the file(s) in question please?. Thank you!.

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