[Release] EasyAdmin, It's as easy as it gets!

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#1140

absolutely nothing? you are supposed to write the ACE commands into your server.cfg file.


#1141

ACE commands, have I missed something?


#1142

the wiki, probably.


#1143

https://gyazo.com/f93cba1796f5768456954535825229f6 Is that correct?


#1144

It seems that once the servers have been running for a reasonable length of time, the menu won’t open anymore. Any ideas why? No changes have been made to the permissions and EasyAdmin is up to date.


#1145

that’s odd, was there any error printed in the logs in that time? I can’t think of any reason it would randomly stop opening.


#1146

so the thing from the wiki, do we copy and paste it into the server.cfg


#1147

try reading, it explains how stuff works.


#1148

where? quote where it says what exactly i do with the config settings, or you could just simply say yes it goes into the cfg or no it does not


#1149
Configuration of EasyAdmin is done via convars, these can be set via your server config file 
You can modify Permissions by using ACE in your server config file
ACE uses your server config file or commands to add / remove admins and set permissions

do i have to send more examples?


#1150

It’s actually painful seeing these comments. If you can’t install something like this. You shouldn’t be running a server. Literally everything needed is in the Wiki that @Blumlaut compiled for you all. Take 5 mins out your not so busy lives and take a read of it.


#1151

Temp bans via commands would be a dream.
Possible?


#1152

Here is the error we get:


#1153

i cant open the menu… it lets me do the /ea_ commands but the menu wont open


#1156

soundslike your banlist fails to load, no idea why that would happen though, any error once you start the resource?

are you using the mysql plugins?
did you ever ban someone before?
can you run your banlist.json through a json validator and see what it spits out?


#1157

Also needs to make sure he hasn’t accudently got 2 quotes on anything in the banlist. If that makes sense. Because then it will write off anything in the banlist causing it not to load.


#1158
Error running call reference function for resource EasyAdmin: citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:351: admin_server.lua:195: bad argument #1 to 'find' (string expected, got nil)
stack traceback:
        [C]: in function 'string.find'
        admin_server.lua:195: in upvalue 'ref'
        citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:337: in function <citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:336>
        [C]: in function 'xpcall'
        citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:336: in function <citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:335>
stack traceback:
        [C]: in function 'error'
        citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:351: in function <citizen:/scripting/lua/scheduler.lua:322>

#1159

(owner of the same server btw)

No, we dont use any mysql scripts/plugins/resources/what not,
Yes, we could ban people until one point when the script would stop working because of aformentioned error message.
the ban file is just [] :man_shrugging:

We are using vMenu, which I do know causes a conflict since they are both running NativeUI and vMenu opens when the dialog box when you’re typing in a reason for a kick/ban. I’m unsure if vMenu may be causing further conflicts past this point?


#1160

Im getting an error in the CMD that says Access Type needs to be ‘allow’ or ‘deny’ .Access needs to be ‘allow’ or ‘deny’ Im kinda confused on where this would be located at any help please?


#1161

Located in the server CFG.

Also the Wiki will help.