Wow ptr updating setup files
Using BIND 9 to set up a primary nameserver for a zone 4.The SOA and initial NS records are the same as any normal zone.This guide is written for a beginner-level audience, but expects basic knowledge of using a web browser and getting around the filesystem.The most common errors posted on the PTR forum are caused by people not following the bolded instructions. Copying a character to the PTR is no longer a necessity to log into the PTR client, though it is recommended.An SOA record tells the server to be authoritative for the zone.If after you upgrade or install the Twitch App you open it up, and find that none of your World of Warcraft addons showing up on your addons list in the Twitch App. In the Twitch App click on the ≡ icon; then select Help from the options in the menu. Common cause for this is that there is more than one copy of Wo W installed.In order to do useful testing on the Public Test Realm, QA has given us the ability to copy our own characters or to potentially use premade max-level and well-equipped characters to test on the PTR so we don't have to begin a level 1 character and level it instead of testing.
Make sure you are not playing Wo W when attempting to copy your character.
Make sure you choose a realm that fits your play style, as there are both Pv P and Pv E test realms.
Copying characters is a one-way operation: You will be copying your character from the real server you play on to the PTR, as it was when you last logged out.
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4) After the downloader has completed downloading into the folder "220.127.116.1174 US PTR Installer" open that folder and run "Blizzard Updater.exe" 5) Choose any location with enough space to install the PTR client onto (15-20gb free space) 6) The installer will install the 3.01 PTR inside a folder called "World of Warcraft Public Test" folder.