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  1. I was recently globally banned by MTA for reason: TRAINER. I'm not aware of any trainers/cheats/DLL injectors on my PC and do not know why I've been banned. My serial is 7536B26535A16F4CDAE63978DF25CD44 and my in-game name is the same as my forum name.
  2. yall aint got nothin on inspector gadget
  3. nothing, its long dead, same with the other mods for III/VC (minus VC-MP?)
  4. That would start the mta server twice: it is started automatically on boot by Ubuntu (it's an Upstart job). Using that command will start it a second time (or fail). What you should do, however, is create a shell script in the mtasa directory that runs those commands, and then update the upstart job to point to the new shell script.
  5. I'm not using screen here, I use service mtasa stop/start to start/stop the MTA server. It's my personal preference. To set that up, you would want to set up a shell script to run the screen command to start the MTA server, and modify the upstart job to point to the new shell script.
  6. How about instead of asking for a global ban list, you learn how to properly administrate your server? The reason MOJRM/whoever you have a hard-on for is able to keep coming back isn't because they have godly skills, it's because you don't know how to use the admin panel.
  7. I have written a detailed set of instructions for setting up a basic MTA server on Ubuntu Server 12.04.1 LTS, both 32 and 64 bit. Click here to access the tutorial. Please PM if you have any issues or notice that there is something I need to update. Hope this helps!
  8. The MTA serial system is very reliable and can't be changed easily, unless you switch computers. An account system, on the other hand, would be easy to work around (just register a new account). As far as people claiming that "oh my brother played on my PC and got banned and now I can't play", 99% of the time they are lying. I speak from experience. I agree with in regards to theft prevention within the actual software, and heavier moderation on the community page. Once you start scanning servers / removing server from the browser, you've gone to far. One of MTA's greatest strengths is th
  9. It sucks to hear that your stuff got stolen, but in reality, there isn't much the Team can (or should) do about stolen resources. - No server should be banned remotely. Such moderation tactics are always subject to abuse and controversy, and are typically more trouble to implement & moderate than they are worth. However, a server 'verification' system would be a good idea, where servers can apply for a verification to protect their name in the server browser. That said, there should never be a 'verified' tab, verified servers should just get a discrete checkmark next to their name or some
  10. local screenWidth, screenHeight = guiGetScreenSize() local function renderRectangle() if getKeyState("m") then dxDrawRectangle(screenWidth * 0.7, screenHeight * 0.5, screenWidth * 0.15, screenHeight * 0.5, tocolor(0,0,0,100), false) end end addEventHandler("onClientRender", root, renderRectangle) I based the relative values off of a resolution of 1920x1080, you might need to re-adjust them.
  11. Don't you want to have some rainbow fun?
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