Alanzote here, I got a problem with my account in this site, I couldnt post anything, so I had to create a new account.
So, I need help on finding what .pk file CDClient.fdb is hiding on, any ideas?
normally, nobody cares in which pk file the fdb is specifically, since there is no reason not to unpack the full client. If you knew how the pk extraction process works, you would not need this information at all. So I assume, there is some arcane patcher issue that makes you want to manipulate the fdb to update the client. This wont work easily. There is more to repackaging new data than just manipulating some bytes.
Furthermore, coming here, and saying “I need help” is pretty ridiculous, since Egmo as the one you develop for doesn’t seem to care about those who know this kind of stuff. Tell him to react to my post on his forums first, then I might write a tool to find out which file has the cdclient.
I guess you’ll find someone who’ll tell you the answer aanyways. It is neither difficult nor private information, in fact much of the pk file extraction process is documented nicely by some awesome people. I’m not saying this because I don’t want you to have this information, but because I want people to realize, that you actually slow progress by pissing off the people who have experience.
Lastly, this is not your issue but Egmos. But by working with him, you chose to make it your issue too.
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