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    Chaos-Mod Server Installation
    To install Chaos-Mod on your server, you only need to ensure that the
    Enemy Territory binary loads the qagame shared library instead of
    the default one when it is started. Below we'll describe how to
    install Chaos-Mod for the supported platforms.
    Configuration and detailed setup instructions are not covered in this
    document. See the directory docs/Example of the chaos distribution for
    example configuration files and visit http://multi-clans.de for more
    detailed instructions.

    Important
    ---------
    We highly recommended that you are using the latest
    Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory release, currently version 2.60b,
    to set up or running a public chaos dedicated server!

    Linux
    -----
    1)    Create a directory named 'chaos' next to the 'etmain' directory in either
        the Enemy Territory installation directory or the ~/.etwolf/ directory of
        the user that runs etded.x86. By default the game installation directory
        is located at /usr/local/games/enemy-territory/.
    2)    Without Lua:
        Copy the files:
            Without_Lua/qagame.mp.i386.so
            Without_Lua/chaos_b_0.1.7.pk3
            Without_Lua/chaos_0.1.7.pk3
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        Copy the directory
            With_Lua/settings
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        Go now to step 4.
    3)    With Lua:
        Copy the files:
            With_Lua/qagame.mp.i386.so
            With_Lua/chaos_b_0.1.7.pk3
            With_Lua/chaos_0.1.7.pk3
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        Copy the directory
            With_Lua/settings
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        If you have decided to use the chaos distribution with Lua API support
        you will need the liblua5.1.so file located in the Enemy Territory
        installation directory where etded.x86 or et.x86 is located.
        Important: Currently chaos's qagame supports Lua 5.1.4.
        3.1) Download the LuaBinaries for Linux from
           http://luabinaries.luaforge.net/download.html (in most cases lua5_1_4_Linux26g4_lib.tar.gz).
            Hint: You can use the file "With_Lua\Linux\liblua5.1.so" and copy the liblua5.1.so file to your
            Enemy Territory installation directory, beside etded.x86 or et.x86.
        3.2) Unzip the downloaded archive and copy the liblua5.1.so file to your
            Enemy Territory installation directory, beside etded.x86 or et.x86.
        3.3) Make sure to have the correct permissions set to liblua5.1.so (chmod a=r,u+w liblua5.1.so).
        Hint: If you haven't access to the Enemy Territory installation
            directory, e.g. a rented server, you have to ask your admin
            to copy the necessary files for you.        
    4)    To use the country flags feature, you will need the GeoIP.dat database file
        located in the 'chaos' directory from step one.
        4.1) Download the compressed GeoIP database file GeoIP.dat.gz from
           http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCountry/.
        4.2) Decompress it and copy it into the 'chaos' directory from step one.
    5)    Ensure that etded or et is called with the additional command line
        arguments '+set fs_game chaos' (in addition to the ones you already use!).

    Windows
    -------
    1)    Create a directory named 'chaos' next to the 'etmain' directory in the
        Enemy Territory installation directory. By default the game installation
        directory is located at 'C:\Program Files\Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory'.
    2)    Without Lua:
        Copy the files:
            Without_Lua/qagame_mp_x86.dll
            Without_Lua/chaos_b_0.1.7.pk3
            Without_Lua/chaos_0.1.7.pk3
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        Copy the directory
            With_Lua/settings
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        Go now to step 4.
    3)    With Lua:
        Copy the files:
            With_Lua/qagame_mp_x86.dll
            With_Lua/chaos_b_0.1.7.pk3
            With_Lua/chaos_0.1.7.pk3
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        Copy the directory
            With_Lua/settings
        from the chaos distribution to the 'chaos' directory created in step one.
        If you have decided to use the chaos distribution with Lua API support
        you'll need the lua5.1.dll file located in the Enemy Territory installation
        directory where ETDED.exe or ET.exe is located.
        Important: Currently chaos's qagame supports Lua 5.1.4.
        3.1) Download the LuaBinaries for Windows from
           http://luabinaries.luaforge.net/download.html (in most cases lua5_1_4_Win32_dll8_lib.zip).
            Hint: You can use the file "With_Lua\Windows\lua5.1.dll" and copy the lua5.1.dll file to your
            Enemy Territory installation directory, beside ETDED.exe or ET.exe.
        3.2) Unzip the downloaded archive and copy the lua5.1.dll file to your
            Enemy Territory installation directory, beside ETDED.exe or ET.exe.
        Hint: If you haven't access to the Enemy Territory installation
            directory, e.g. a rented server, you have to ask your admin
            to copy the necessary files for you.
    4)    To use the country flags feature, you will need the GeoIP.dat database file
        located in the 'chaos' directory from step one.
        4.1) Download the compressed GeoIP database file GeoIP.dat.gz from
           http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCountry/.
        4.2) Decompress it and copy it into the 'chaos' directory from step one.
        
    5)    Ensure that ETDED.exe or ET.exe is called with the additional command line
        arguments '+set fs_game chaos' (in addition to the ones you already use!).

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