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Corrade Support Information

Inworld group: Wizardry and Steamworks:Support
Contact: Kira Komarov

Download Links

Linux - Debian
Linux - FreeBSD
Raspberry Pi

Check with the Wizardry and Steamworks:Support group if you need help with Corrade installs on operating systems other than MS-Windows.

Windows Installation

These instructions are provided by Aphrodite Atlas.

1) Download the latest Corrade Progressive build for Windows.
2) Unpack the .zip file to the location you want it to run from
3) Run configurator.exe to configure your bot
4) At the lower right, use the drop-down to select ADVANCED
A) On the Client tab:
1) Input the bot account's name
2) Input the bot account's password
3) Change start location to desired location (provide a Login URL (SLURL) if you don't want "last location" or "home" used.)
4) Save the file as "Corrade.ini"
B) On the Masters tab:
1) Remove the example master names
2) Click the Add Master button
3) Add yourself as a master
4) Save the file as Corrade.ini
C) On the Groups tab:
1) Remove (or edit) the example groups
2) Remember to click Add Group when creating a new group
3) Replace with info for the group you want the bot to give invitations to and handle ejects for
4) Under group permissions you MUST check/tick the "groups" box, anything else is optional. NOTE: Possibly you'll need to tick all the permissions to get Corrade to respond when you add it to CasperLet. Try with just "groups"; if it doesn't work, come back to configurator.ini, select all the permissions, save, and restart Corrade, then test again.
5) The password you enter on this tab is your "Security Code" - this is not the SL account password! Numbers, letters, symbols are ok.
6) "Workers" = maximum simultaneous tasks. Up to 10 for best results.
7) Specify a database in the form of databasename.db'
8) Specify a log file location and filename if you enable chat logging
9) Save the file as Corrade.ini
D) Ensure that SIML, RLV, HTTP, Nucleus and notifications are disabled. This will lighten the client in the event you plan to use it for only basic group invite/eject functions.
5) Run Corrade
A) From Windows, go Start > Run > cmd.exe as ADMINISTRATOR
B) cd into the directory in which you unpacked Corrade
C) At the command line, type Corrade.exe and hit enter.

NOTE: Should you need to run multiple Corrade instances on a single machine, it is critical that you either disable Nuclear for each instance, or change the port on which each instance '"dials out"' from your machine.

Corrade as a Windows Service


Information on how to set up Corrade as a service (so it auto restarts) is located on the Grimore site

Note: It is recommended when you set it up as a service to use "Auto Delayed Start".

Adding Corrade Bots to CasperTech Products

Adding Corrade to CasperLet


Steps to perform Reference Image
Log in to CasperLet, go to the Group Bots page and click the "Add New" button.

(If you already have existing bots set up, you will see a list of bots under the "Add New" button - if you wish to edit an existing bot configuration, click the "Edit" button next to the name of the bot you want to edit instead.)
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Use the pulldown to select your bot type.
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You will be presented with information about:
  1. The bot type you've chosen
  2. Where to purchase the bot in question (in case you don't have it already).

These screen assumes your choice is Corrade.

Corrade bot info
If you've selected Corrade you'll see this screen. Remember that:
  1. Label = Display name of that bot as you want it to appear in your bots list.
  2. Corrade will accept letters, numbers and symbols in the Security Code.

Once you are done entering in setup information, click the "Next" button. If you've missed information that is required, there will be a popup screen to tell you what you're missing when you click "Next".
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Now you will arrive at the test screen. Click the blue "Test Now" button to begin testing the configuration.
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You will get a "Please Wait" window while the test is in progress, as shown here.
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If you have an error in your bot configuration, you'll get an additonal popup with the error message.

This is a sample of what the error message popup will say - there will be different errors depending on the configuration issue, and the selected bot.
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If the test of your configuration was a success, you will see this message.
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Clicking "OK" on the Success screen will automatically take you back to the main bots page, with your newly configured bot appearing in the list.

An example of a list of bots may be seen in this image.
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Using CasperLet Bots on a Per-Unit Basis


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Adding a bot on a per-unit basis requires the bot to already be set up. You should see a list of bots if this has already been done, similar to this reference image. If you have no bots in the list, you need to create your bot(s).
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Edit the individual unit configuration, and scroll down until you get to the "Group Invite Bots" line.
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Use the pulldown to find the display/label name of your bot to use for group invites from this rental unit, and click the "Add" button.
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