This information is written from the assumption the reader has a basic understanding of a computer command prompt.

Currently, ServX is only supported on Windows. Linux will be supported but for now only Windows.

Config.xml #

ServX will create a Config.xml for you when run but only if a config does not already exist. Right now we’ll create a folder structure to work with this default when it’s created.

Folder Structure #

The default config will look for a folder named core and a folder named stones up one directy from the current working directory:


Next to these folders is a good place to install ServX, allowing one directory to hold all of the instance’s data.

The final folder structure could then look something like this:


With rundir containing the configuration files and acting as our current working directory.

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