Just extract it anywhere and launch the install.bat file.
If you have RB installed in another place besides "C:\rbp" you need to edit the file called Registry.reg before the install.
Do Not Copy And Paste This.Please edit the Registry.reg file directly.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RunBasicService\Parameters] "Application"="cmd /c cd \"Path To Run Basic Folder" && start rbp.exe rb.im"
use \\ instead of \ in the path. EXP:"C:\\Windows\\RunBasic"
The setup only has to ran once and the RB server will run regardless weather you are logged on or not.
Also when the service is stopped from the control panel the server will not shutdown until you have logged off or restarted. if you don't want to do that you can end it in the task manager: Click on the processes tab and select rbp.exe and click end process.
Post by Jerry Muelver on Apr 6, 2008 7:30:51 GMT -5
Interesting, bbt. This is useful for setting up a dedicated server on the internet -- it only has to be rebooted or restarted when required, instead of having to go through the startup and logon procedure. That means largely "hands-off" first-level maintenance.
Could you also provide instructions for uninstalling, or at least preventing the RB server from being a service?
Another option if you don't mind spending money and/or like a nice gui is something like FireDaemon (http://www.firedaemon.com/) - I've been using this for a little while and have had no problems so far (on XP64)