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Arma 3 Life Server Files




How to Set Up Your Own Arma 3 Life Server


How to Set Up Your Own Arma 3 Life Server




Arma 3 Life is a popular mod for Arma 3 that allows players to roleplay as different characters in a realistic and immersive world. You can choose to be a civilian, a police officer, a medic, a rebel, or anything else you can imagine. You can also interact with other players, buy and sell items, own properties, join gangs, and more.


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If you want to set up your own Arma 3 Life server, you will need the following things:



  • An Arma 3 server with the latest version of the game installed.



  • The Arma 3 Life server files, which contain the mod files, the mission files, the database files, and the configuration files.



  • A MySQL database server to store the data of your server.



  • A web server to host the web panel of your server.



  • A domain name and a SSL certificate to secure your web panel.




In this article, we will guide you through the steps of setting up your own Arma 3 Life server using the AsYetUntitled framework, which is an open-source and updated version of the original Arma 3 Life mod by TAW_Tonic. We will also show you how to customize your server settings and add new features to your server.


Step 1: Downloading and Installing the Arma 3 Life Server Files




The first step is to download and install the Arma 3 Life server files on your Arma 3 server. You can find the latest release of the AsYetUntitled framework on GitHub. You will need to download two files: the Altis_Life.Altis.pbo file and the life_server.pbo file. These are the main files that contain the mod and mission data of your server.


To install the Arma 3 Life server files, follow these steps:



  • Create a folder in your Arma 3 server directory called @life_server.



  • Inside the @life_server folder, create another folder called addons.



  • Copy the life_server.pbo file into the addons folder.



  • Create another folder in your Arma 3 server directory called mpmissions.



  • Copy the Altis_Life.Altis.pbo file into the mpmissions folder.



  • Edit your server.cfg file and add the following line: -mod=@life_server;



  • Edit your basic.cfg file and change the template line to: template = Altis_Life.Altis;




Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Arma 3 Life server files on your Arma 3 server. You can now start your server and join it as a player. However, before you do that, you will need to set up your MySQL database and web panel for your server.


Step 2: Setting Up Your MySQL Database and Web Panel




The second step is to set up your MySQL database and web panel for your Arma 3 Life server. The MySQL database is where all the data of your server is stored, such as player profiles, inventory items, vehicles, houses, gangs, etc. The web panel is where you can manage your server settings, view logs, ban players, etc.


To set up your MySQL database and web panel, follow these steps:



  • Create a new database on your MySQL server and name it altislife or anything else you prefer.



  • Import the altislife.sql file into your database. This file contains the tables and structures of your database. You can find this file in the GitHub repository or in this link.



  • Edit the extdb-conf.ini file in your @life_server/addons/life_server folder. This file contains the connection settings of your database. Change the IP, Port, Username, Password, and Database fields according to your MySQL server details.



  • Download the web panel files from this link and upload them to your web server. This is a simple and easy-to-use web panel for Arma 3 Life servers made by @imthatguyhere.



  • Edit the config.php file in your web panel folder. This file contains the connection settings of your web panel. Change the DB_HOST, DB_USER, DB_PASS, and DB_NAME fields according to your MySQL server details.



  • Point your domain name to your web server IP and install a SSL certificate to secure your web panel. You can use a free service like Let's Encrypt to get a SSL certificate.




Congratulations, you have successfully set up your MySQL database and web panel for your Arma 3 Life server. You can now access your web panel by visiting your domain name in your browser. You can also log in as an admin using the default username and password: admin / admin.


Step 3: Customizing Your Server Settings and Adding New Features




The third step is to customize your server settings and add new features to your Arma 3 Life server. The AsYetUntitled framework is very flexible and modular, which means you can easily change and modify various aspects of your server, such as the map, the factions, the economy, the laws, the vehicles, the weapons, the clothing, etc. You can also add new features to your server, such as new jobs, new shops, new events, new scripts, etc.


To customize your server settings and add new features to your Arma 3 Life server, you will need to edit the files in the Altis_Life.Altis folder. This folder contains all the scripts and configuration files of your server. You can use a text editor like Notepad++ or a code editor like Visual Studio Code to edit these files.


Here are some examples of how you can customize your server settings and add new features to your Arma 3 Life server:



  • To change the map of your server from Altis to another map like Tanoa or Malden, you will need to rename the Altis_Life.Altis.pbo file to Tanoa_Life.Tanoa.pbo or Malden_Life.Malden.pbo respectively. You will also need to edit the basic.cfg file and change the template line accordingly. You will also need to edit the mission.sqm file and change the worldName and terrainGrid parameters according to the map you are using. You can find more information on how to change the map of your server here.



  • To change the factions of your server from Civilian, Police, and Medic to something else like Rebel, Gangster, and Doctor, you will need to edit the fn_playerSkins.sqf file and change the switch statements for each faction. You will also need to edit the fn_copMarkers.sqf file and change the markers for each faction. You will also need to edit the fn_copUniform.sqf file and change the uniforms for each faction. You can find more information on how to change the factions of your server here.



  • To change the economy of your server from Dollars ($) to another currency like Euros () or Pounds (), you will need to edit the fn_numberText.sqf file and change the currency symbol for each case. You will also need to edit the fn_moneyEdit.sqf file and change the currency symbol for each case. You will also need to edit the stringtable.xml file and change the currency symbol for each entry. You can find more information on how to change the economy of your server here.



  • To change the laws of your server from Speeding, Illegal Items, Robbery, etc. to something else like Noise Pollution, Tax Evasion, Kidnapping, etc., you will need to edit the fn_ticketGive.sqf file and change the switch statements for each law. You will also need to edit the fn_ticketPaid.sqf file and change the switch statements for each law. You will also need to edit the stringtable.xml file and change the text for each law. You can find more information on how to change the laws of your server here.



  • To add new vehicles to your server like helicopters, boats, bikes, etc., you will need to edit the Config_Vehicles.hpp file and add new entries for each vehicle class. You will also need to edit the fn_vehicleShopCfg.sqf file and add new cases for each vehicle class. You will also need to edit the stringtable.xml file and add new text for each vehicle class. You can find more information on how to add new vehicles to your server here.



To add new weapons To add new weapons to your server like rifles, pistols, grenades, etc., you will need to edit the Config_Weapons.hpp file and add new entries for each weapon class. You will also need to edit the fn_weaponShopCfg.sqf file and add new cases for each weapon class. You will also need to edit the stringtable.xml file and add new text for each weapon class. You can find more information on how to add new weapons to your server here. To add new clothing to your server like hats, glasses, vests, etc., you will need to edit the Config_Clothing.hpp file and add new entries for each clothing class. You will also need to edit the fn_clothingMenu.sqf file and add new cases for each clothing class. You will also need to edit the stringtable.xml file and add new text for each clothing class. You can find more information on how to add new clothing to your server here. To add new jobs to your server like miner, farmer, fisherman, etc., you will need to edit the Config_SpyGlass.hpp file and add new entries for each job class. You will also need to edit the fn_initSpy.sqf file and add new cases for each job class. You will also need to edit the fn_actionKeyHandler.sqf file and add new actions for each job class. You will also need to edit the stringtable.xml file and add new text for each job class. You can find more information on how to add new jobs to your server here. To add new shops to your server like general store, vehicle shop, weapon shop, etc., you will need to edit the Config_vItems.hpp file and add new entries for each shop class. You will also need to edit the fn_virt_shops.sqf file and add new cases for each shop class. Yo


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