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Flyff V19 Sourcel: A Guide to Compile and Set Up a Flyff Private Server


Flyff V19 Sourcel: A Guide to Compile and Set Up a Flyff Private Server




Flyff, short for Fly For Fun, is a fantasy MMORPG that was released in 2005. The game features a unique flying system that allows players to explore the world on various flying vehicles, such as brooms, boards, and bikes. Flyff also has a diverse class system, with 16 different classes to choose from, each with their own skills and playstyles.


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However, some players may want to experience Flyff in a different way, such as creating their own custom content, modifying the game mechanics, or hosting their own server for their friends. This is where Flyff V19 Sourcel comes in. Flyff V19 Sourcel is a source code for Flyff that can be compiled and edited using Visual Studio 2019. It also includes the database and server files needed to run a Flyff private server.


In this article, we will show you how to compile and set up a Flyff V19 Sourcel private server using the following steps:



  • Download and install Visual Studio 2019 and SQL Server 2017.



  • Download and extract the Flyff V19 Sourcel files from [GitHub].



  • Open the solution file in Visual Studio 2019 and build the projects.



  • Restore the database backup file in SQL Server 2017.



  • Edit the configuration files to match your settings.



  • Run the server applications and launch the game client.




Download and install Visual Studio 2019 and SQL Server 2017




To compile and run the Flyff V19 Sourcel source code, you will need Visual Studio 2019 and SQL Server 2017. You can download them from the following links:



[Visual Studio 2019](


[SQL Server 2017](



Make sure you have the following components installed in Visual Studio 2019:



  • Desktop development with C++



  • .NET desktop development



  • Game development with C++




You can also watch this [video] for a detailed guide on how to install Visual Studio 2019 and SQL Server 2017.


Download and extract the Flyff V19 Sourcel files from GitHub




The next step is to download and extract the Flyff V19 Sourcel files from GitHub. You can find them at this [link]. The files include the following folders:



  • Database: This folder contains the database backup file (FlyFF.bak) that you will need to restore in SQL Server 2017.



  • Resource: This folder contains the resource files that are used by the game client and server, such as images, sounds, scripts, etc. You will need to copy this folder to your game client directory.



  • Server: This folder contains the server applications that are responsible for running the game logic, such as login, world, character, etc. You will need to copy this folder to your server directory.



  • Source: This folder contains the source code files that can be opened and edited in Visual Studio 2019. You will need to open the solution file (FlyFF.sln) in Visual Studio 2019 and build the projects.




You can also watch this [video] for a detailed guide on how to download and extract the Flyff V19 Sourcel files from GitHub.


Open the solution file in Visual Studio 2019 and build the projects




The next step is to open the solution file (FlyFF.sln) in Visual Studio 2019 and build the projects. The solution file contains four projects:



  • Certifier: This project is responsible for verifying the game client and server versions and certificates.



  • Neuz: This project is responsible for the game client application that connects to the server and renders the game graphics and user interface.



  • Server: This project is responsible for the server applications that run the game logic, such as login, world, character, etc.



  • WorldServer: This project is responsible for the world server application that handles the game world, such as maps, monsters, NPCs, etc.




To build the projects, you need to do the following steps:



  • Select Release as the solution configuration and x64 as the solution platform.



  • Right-click on the solution name and select Build Solution.



  • Wait for the build process to finish. You should see a message saying Build succeeded in the output window.



  • Copy the generated executable files (Certifier.exe, Neuz.exe, LoginServer.exe, ClusterServer.exe, ChannelServer.exe, WorldServer.exe) from the x64\Release folder to their respective folders in the Server folder.




You can also watch this [video] for a detailed guide on how to open the solution file in Visual Studio 2019 and build the projects.


Restore the database backup file in SQL Server 2017




The next step is to restore the database backup file (FlyFF.bak) in SQL Server 2017. The database backup file contains the data that is used by the game server, such as accounts, characters, items, etc. You will need to do the following steps:



  • Open SQL Server Management Studio and connect to your SQL Server instance.



  • Right-click on Databases and select Restore Database....



  • Select Device as the source and click on the Browse... button.



  • Click on Add and locate the database backup file (FlyFF.bak) in the Database folder.



  • Select the database backup file and click on OK.



  • Select FlyFF as the destination database name and click on OK.



  • Wait for the restore process to finish. You should see a message saying The database 'FlyFF' was restored successfully.




You can also watch this [video] for a detailed guide on how to restore the database backup file in SQL Server 2017.


Edit the configuration files to match your settings




The next step is to edit the configuration files to match your settings. The configuration files are located in the Certifier, LoginServer, ClusterServer, ChannelServer, and WorldServer folders in the Server folder. They have a .cfg extension and can be opened with any text editor. You will need to edit the following settings:



  • Certifier.cfg: This file contains the settings for the certifier application. You will need to edit the following settings:



  • CERTIFIER_PORT = 28000;: This is the port number that the certifier application listens on. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the port number in Neuz.ini.



  • CERTIFIER_IP = "127.0.0.1";: This is the IP address of your server machine. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the IP address in Neuz.ini.



  • CERTIFIER_VERSION = "19";: This is the version number of your game client and server. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the version number in Neuz.ini.




  • LoginServer.cfg: This file contains the settings for the login server application. You will need to edit the following settings:



  • DATABASE_IP = "127.0.0.1";: This is the IP address of your SQL Server instance. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with your SQL Server settings.



FF";: This is the name of your database. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the name of the database you restored.


  • DATABASE_USER = "sa";: This is the username of your SQL Server account. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with your SQL Server settings.



  • DATABASE_PASSWORD = "123456";: This is the password of your SQL Server account. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with your SQL Server settings.



  • LOGIN_PORT = 23000;: This is the port number that the login server application listens on. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the port number in Neuz.ini.



  • LOGIN_IP = "127.0.0.1";: This is the IP address of your server machine. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the IP address in Neuz.ini.




  • ClusterServer.cfg: This file contains the settings for the cluster server application. You will need to edit the following settings:



  • DATABASE_IP = "127.0.0.1";: This is the IP address of your SQL Server instance. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with your SQL Server settings.



  • DATABASE_NAME = "FlyFF";: This is the name of your database. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the name of the database you restored.



  • DATABASE_USER = "sa";: This is the username of your SQL Server account. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with your SQL Server settings.



  • DATABASE_PASSWORD = "123456";: This is the password of your SQL Server account. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with your SQL Server settings.



  • CLUSTER_PORT = 28001;: This is the port number that the cluster server application listens on. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches with the port number in Neuz.ini.



CLUSTER_IP = "127.0.0.1";: This is the IP address of your server machine. You can change it if you want, but make sure it matches wi


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