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  • #48116
     ninuzzu 
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    Did you install everything in c: ?

    #48155
     monza 
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    Did you install everything in c: ?

    Thanks, but both P-ROC and Python26 directory’s are in the default location of the root of C drive. I also tried moving my Visual Pinball dir to C drive as well but didn’t make any difference….

     

    #48156
     randr 
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    I don’t get any errors when installing everything but when try and load the PROC version I get the following 4 errors in this order; Can’t load PROC Can’t start Gamecc_13, Object required Line: 429, Object required: ‘Controller’ Line: 225, Object required: ‘Controller’ If you run the !Rungame.bat in the game dir of PROC I can see the DMD loading up without error. It seems like VPX is having issue initializing PROC to startup… Using 10.2.1 of VPX

    can you run the table with proc off in script?

    #48163
     monza 
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    I don’t get any errors when installing everything but when try and load the PROC version I get the following 4 errors in this order; Can’t load PROC Can’t start Gamecc_13, Object required Line: 429, Object required: ‘Controller’ Line: 225, Object required: ‘Controller’ If you run the !Rungame.bat in the game dir of PROC I can see the DMD loading up without error. It seems like VPX is having issue initializing PROC to startup… Using 10.2.1 of VPX

    can you run the table with proc off in script?

    Yes, the non PROC version works fine.

    #48164
     randr 
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    You sure you have controller.vbs in scripts folder? the one included in vp10.2 is what you want in scripts folder

    #48238
     monza 
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys but finally figured out that PROC doesn’t like when the the .vpx file isn’t on C drive. Because my C drive is only a 128GB SSD I have all my tables on another drive. Any ideas if I can tweak the PROC program to allow this?

    #51042
     miguelcerca 
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    Got this error tonight while playing. It was during the Marshall multiball. Not sure how to fix it. Don’t think I can reproduce it as this was my best game ever! Has it happened to anyone else?

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    #51931
     Tyson 
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    I’ve tried for hours to get P-ROC to work, and I keep getting the following error –

    Unexpected Python Error.

    Capture

    I went through all three Steps, then ran the CCC.

    Everything seemed fine. However, If i go back and run Step 3, it actually deletes one of the .dll from the cmake/bin directory after running that step.

    I tried to uninstall all of my C++ installs, and use an installer linked earlier in this thread, then rerun CCC.bat, but that didn’t do anything.

    Anyone know a fix for this? I’m using a PinDMD2, but I don’t think that is causing this issue.  The same table launches fine without P-ROC enabled. :-(

    Everything is up to date on my cab as well.

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    #51934
     Mark70 
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys but finally figured out that PROC doesn’t like when the the .vpx file isn’t on C drive. Because my C drive is only a 128GB SSD I have all my tables on another drive. Any ideas if I can tweak the PROC program to allow this?

    Yes, Ninuzzu came up with this tip and it works great:

    you need to edit the file register_vpcom.py located in C:\P-ROC\tools\.
    Edit line 70:
    logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO, format=”%(asctime)s – %(name)s – %(levelname)s – %(message)s”, filename=“D:/log.txt”)

    After that you can play the table from that drive. The log file and the P-ROC based tables must stay in the same drive.

    #51935
     Tyson 
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    Here is the log file –

    2017-04-10 09:52:40,273 – game.config – WARNING – pyprocgame configuration not found at ./config.yaml. Checking C:\Users\Tyson/.pyprocgame/config.yaml.
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,273 – game.config – INFO – pyprocgame configuration found at C:\Users\Tyson/.pyprocgame/config.yaml
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,286 – vpcom – INFO – S11 is …False
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,289 – game.config – INFO – pyprocgame configuration found at ./config.yaml
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,296 – game.config – INFO – pyprocgame configuration found at ./config.yaml
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,358 – game.sound – INFO – Initializing sound…
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO – game instantiation error(IndentationError: expected an indented block)
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO – PYTHON FAILURE (Visual Pinball Bridge is now broken)
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO – Exception Name expected an indented block (game.py, line 1492)
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO – Traceback (most recent call last):
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –   File “C:\P-ROC\tools\register_vpcom.py”, line 220, in Run
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –     klass = util.get_class(game_class,game_path)
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –   File “C:\P-ROC\games\cactuscanyon\procgame\util.py”, line 19, in get_class
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –     m = __import__( module )
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –   File “C:\P-ROC\games\cactuscanyon\game.py”, line 1492
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –     try:
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO –    ^
    2017-04-10 09:52:40,365 – vpcom – INFO – IndentationError: expected an indented block

    #52079
     ninuzzu 
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    Hello, Step 3 is working?

    #52133
     Tyson 
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    Hello Ninuzzu,

    Thanks for the response! (And thank you for all of your hard work, can’t tell you how many times your tables (and everyone else whom contributes) puts a smile on my face!)

    Step 3 runs fine the first time I run it.  However, if I run it a second time, i get the following error

    Step3

    I also tried running Step 3 manually as you stated on page 3 of this post, and it all runs fine, when I peform the Print command, it comes back with that status of 6.  Any ideas?

    Thanks!

    Tyson

     

     

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    #52209
     ninuzzu 
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    So, P-Roc, works. Setup is working.

    Try to go in C:\P-ROC\games\cactuscanyon

    and run the rungame.bat

    The DMD should start, does it starts?

    #52237
     Tyson 
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    Hey Ninuzzu,

    The dmd doesn’t start. Below is the error I receive when running the runbat –

    rungamebat

    Thanks!

     

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    #52240
     ninuzzu 
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    Ok try to download this , then extract it in a folder  and run it:

    it will redownload the ccc_code and update the config.yaml again.

    fix4Tyson


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    #52511
     BorgDog 
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    Ok try to download this , then extract it in a folder and run it: it will redownload the ccc_code and update the config.yaml again. fix4Tyson

    Hey ninuzzu,

    I posted this over on monsterbash site as well, but I’m getting the same error as tyson.  Unfortunately it looks like the files that your fix4Tyson is trying to download are no longer there (archive).  My cab was up and runnign with v1.1 just fine, and I put 1.2 on it and got the unable to load proc error.  I then uninstalled and wiped out python, p-roc, mingw as I believe you stated elsewhere and re-did the entire install with the v2 installer.  I now am getting the same errors tyson posted above.  Don’t know if he ever got fixed, but I’m going nowhere.  I have it working fine on my laptop and tried copying over the p-roc\games files from there but that didn’t work either.

    any ideas?   :unsure:

    #52519
     BorgDog 
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    I played around with it this morning some more and was able to get it working by reinstalling all again and copying over the p-roc\games\cactuscanyon from my laptop, which I believe is not the latest version of that (definitely not the same that the clean installer installs).  I’m guessing at this point there may be issues doing a clean install with the V2 installer, something is not working right with it.  I’m going to attempt to update the p-roc\games\cactuscanyon files tonight when I get back home and see if I can get all on the latest versions.

    #52536
     Tyson 
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    Sorry for the delayed response, the fix above didn’t for me Ninuzzu, getting the same exact error.  The fix above had a couple of errors when running the script, I can try to get a capture of the errors and post here later tonight.

    BorgDog, unfortunately I don’t have access to the older installer.  Might have to uninstall everything and start with that one first if I can find it. Must be something missing in the new installer if you had the same issue and then copied over the files from your laptop.

    #57242
     Connorsdad 
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    So, I’m at the same point with the errors regarding v2 of the installer. Did you guys manage to figure this out, or maybe find the v1 installer ?

    #57243
     monza 
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    I was having the same issue with a new build pc but copied the PROC folder from my old pc and it worked fine so think there is an issue with the current download setup…

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