[REL] rFactor2 Log Analyzer ver. 2. With offline and league Championship Manager

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  1. Nibo

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    Yes, but this tutorial only work whit wine 32 because web2py is a 32 bits app. We run a rfactor2 dedi serv in a Linux 64 bit machine and, We can't use r2la whit wine in a 64 bit So. You could port the r2la to other Web server like nginx it compatible whit Microsoft Windows and Linux, I think.
     
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    I can only try to compile 64bit version of r2la for you. It will take me some days and I'm not sure if I will succeed. But I will look.
     
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    Many tnx, it will be nice.
     
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    Hi with rF2 Log Analyzer ver. 2.058.41 all works except Live timing
    with 2.1.013-x64 Live timing ok but hotlaps is out :(
     
  8. Nibo

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    Do you mean all of this when running in Linux? What do you mean by "hotlaps is out"? What does not work in 2.1.013-x64?
     
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    Hello @Nilbo I tested the last compiled app in linux whit wine and didn't work.I tried anyway to install web2py on linux independently. I think that emulating a windows program is worst than web2py is written in python might work. Using the .py executable of web2py as this "python web2py.py" I think it should work without problems and also on MacOs.

    Anyway i have given up and reinstalled rf2 and r2LA on a windows server :(
     
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    wat3r, I don't think its possible to run r2la from distributed archive on Linux with installed web2py. I distribute r2la as compiled web2py app, and compile it on Windows. I can not provide version compiled on Linux.
     
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    Hi Nibo !
    Me again ! Is there a way to move columns in the Race Results ?
    I would like to move the PTS column between the class column and the driver column ; and move the UP column between driver and team.
     
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    Emyr27, no, its not possible to provide that level of customization.
     
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    Ok ! Thanks for your answer ! ;)
     
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    First of all. Thanks for a good tool. Great to still have you around to maintain it too.

    Question though. Is it possible to automate a championship based on race results from a server?

    Example:
    We host 3 races on the same track.
    Results based on result-file-name (for separation of names) will automatically create races and attach the files to it.

    Points and worst results set in championship will be added and dropped as set pr options.

    I am sorry if I dont explain this very well.
     
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    Jan Cato Larsen, I'm sorry, I have no resources now to build such a system into r2la. It can be pretty complex in implementation...
     
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    Hello guys :)
    Lately the CMD.exe window records these errors. Everything continues to run normally but ... is normal?

     
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    I can not explain this errors... Maybe some errors or disconnections on your network are causing them. Or maybe your server is overloaded and dropping some requests.
     
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    Understand Nibo, thanks for your reply. Lately too many strange things in the ISR :oops:
     
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    There is httpserver.log file in your web2py directory. I think all requests and responses are logged there. Maybe look through it, to find something unusual.
     
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    Hey @Nibo

    Would it be possible to create a points system that supports multiple races in one round? For example with Formula 2, where they run a sprint race and a feature race at one circuit. I run a similar format in my own league. Manually overriding the points is an option, but I feel like it would be a nicer option to have to races linked to one round, if that's possible? Also for displaying both the races' data like pitstops, position graphs etcetera. How do you see this? Is this something you'd be willing to take a look at?
     

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