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How To Create Own L2Java Private Game Server ?!

Updated on October 26, 2010

First of all, if you want to create your own Lineage2 java private game server you will need the following programs:

This is the most important things to run Lineage2 java private game server. Thus, it is necessary to have them on your computer.

The second step is to prepare your computer for Lineage2 java private game server startup. This is one of the most difficult step, so read carefully. Install Java and Navicat applications is not difficult. So there should be no problem. The most important thing is the MySQL Community Server setup and configuration.

Here are the pictures step by step how to install and configure the MySQL Community Server.

The first step. Start the installation by clicking on it!

The second step. Click next.

The third step. Select the complete option and click next.

The fourth step. Click install.

Fifth step. Please wait a few minutes while installing.

The sixth step. Click next.

The seventh step. Click next again.

The eighth step. Tick the box and click next.

The ninth step. Click next

The tenth step. Tick the box and click next.

The eleventh step. Select the middle option and click next.

The twelfth step. Select the first option and click next.

Thirteenth step. Make everything as shown in the picture and click next.

The fourteenth step. Check the first option and click next.

Fifteenth step. Do everything as in the image and then click next.

Sixteenth step. Remove all the check boxes and click next.

Seventeenth step. Click the execute button.

The last step. Everything is installed and fully configured. So click the finish button!

The challenge is now to choose a server pack. It is not easy to choose a good server pack. But the oldest, most popular and most used are the following:

If you already have selected a server pack, now you can start working with it. First you must create a database for your Lineage2 java private game server. With navicat program you can easily create a database. Just do as shown in the pictures.

The first step. Click on this icon.

The second step. Do what the picture shows.

The third step. Do not do anything, just press the ok button.

The fourth step. Create a database named l2jdb.

The database is created successfully and now you can start developing Lineage2 java private game server (or otherwise can be called l2jpgs). Your server files and folders should look like in this pictures.

Now you need to install sql files to your database. It's very simple, just find the Tools folder and run the database installer. After you successfully install sql files to your database, you need to configure your l2jpgs settings. They can be found on gameserver directory, config folder.

Once the settings have changed, it is time to give you administrator rights in the game. It is also not so hard to do, just do everything as shown in these pictures.

Set to your character access level 100. It depends on the server pack (this number may change).

Now, the most interesting part - your own Lineage2 java private game server launch! Just run these two files which are displayed in the picture.

And now you have your own Lineage2 private game server! Success in improving the knowledge! Good luck.


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      5 years ago

      i have the same problem with ASAS i have 1 link with many patches of server like c3 c4 or c5 and more but i cant i have problems with the paths .... at database installer

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      5 years ago

      where did i find the folder Server??

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      6 years ago


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      6 years ago

      I am all done as pictures but I can not find the server folder

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      6 years ago

      how do i make a system folder for people to log onto my server?

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      - Karrtu 

      7 years ago

      If MySQL is badly configured, ofcourse Navicat can't connect to database. But you can reconfigure your MySQL settings and try again.

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      7 years ago

      Yes right now i saw clearly is selectet MySql, but i have a question because i install MySQL in a bad way i can make a good connection in Navicat?

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      7 years ago

      ok ...

      With navicat program

      on the second step :


      i have:





      which should I choose?

      The first one? MySQL?

      Maybe it is a stupid question but i need a little help.

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      - Karrtu 

      7 years ago

      Sorry, I didn't understand your question.

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      7 years ago

      Great infoS here, i have just one little question...

      When i create the connection in Navicat lite(i chose MySQL TYPE OF CONNECTION?

    • - Karrtu profile imageAUTHOR

      - Karrtu 

      7 years ago

      All links are fine, you need just look closer.

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      7 years ago

      Man yeah it's nice but i cant find the pack on the Link please check it and then Replace it with other


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