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BRAF is a mod that includes the brazilian armed forces to the Arma 3 platform. Created in 2020 by Ulisses "@odyseus" Bento, @johnhansen, @Araquem Ladislau and by me Rodrigo "@Ogrinho" Arantes, BRAF was born from a coalition of brazilian gamers already known for their previous mods, BRAF(Never released to public), Brazilian Armed Forces - BAF and Brazilian Defense forces - BDF, reuniting different areas of knowledge to plan, group and to develop a new mod, open to developers who contribute with deliverables, giving BRAF their creations and knowledge in order to create a solid mod, respecting the project guidelines. Although we have done previous projects, our goal with BRAF is to make the best of each project, respecting the rights of authors not present in the current work. This means that not all assets made specifically for BAF and BDF will be present in BRAF. DOWNLOAD STEAM
Freddo3000 posted a topic in ARMA 3 - SERVERS & ADMINISTRATIONMarceldev89s original script, from which I forked. Introduction: a3update.py is a simple, lightweight python script that handles: Updating the arma server Installing and updating mods Generating an importable preset.html ideal to accompany @Dahlgren's Arma Server Web Admin which as of yet does not provide those features. Here is an example modpack.html I setup for a friend using this script Download (Github Gist) Requirements: SteamCMD, Python3, Python3-urllib3, a Steam account with Arma 3 Installation (Ubuntu): Follow the initial server installation instructions on the BIWiki `sudo apt-get install steamcmd python3 python3-urllib3` `wget https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Freddo3000/a5cd0494f649db75e43611122c9c3f15/raw/4854ac4a78c7d347ade1e9ab9fcac147d7dbe3e9/a3update.py` Edit the following settings: STEAM_CMD - Point this at your steamcmd installation, alternatively simply enter "steamcmd" STEAM_USER - Your login username STEAM_PASS - Your login password A3_SERVER_DIR - Point this at your A3 server installation directory A3_MODS_DIR - Point this to where you want your mods to be symlinked. If you are using the suggested Arma Server Web Admin, make this the same as A3_SERVER_DIR A3_KEYS_DIR - Point this at the Keys folder in your installation directory MODPACK_NAME - Change this to what the title should be for the A3 launcher imported preset MODPACK_PATH - This will be the output preset.html file. Point this to wherever you wish for it to be stored, such as /var/www/html for the Apache web server MODS - Your list of mods in the format "@mod_folder" : "https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=450814997". Avoid special and capital characters SERVER_MODS - List of server mods, only add folder names here. These also have to be present in the MODS list. Server keys will not be copied for these mods OPTIONAL_MODS - List of server mods, only add folder names here. These also have to be present in the `MODS` list. These mods will not get symlinks in your A3_MODS_DIR, but will have their server keys copied. DLC - List of CDLC in format "Name" : "https://store.steampowered.com/app/1042220/Arma_3_Creator_DLC_Global_Mobilization__Cold_War_Germany/" Optional: Install Arma Server Web Admin `chmod +x a3update.py` // Might be a good idea to limit access, as you have your password stored in plaintext Run it! `./a3update.py` Importing preset via URL: Open the A3 Launcher, go to mods, select "PRESET" at the top right and "IMPORT" Copy the link to the modpack.html (Example: https://somewebsite.com/modpack.html) Paste it into the "File name" field and press Open Notes: This has only been tested on Linux, though I wouldn't be surprised if it also works on Windows Known issues: Does currently not handle installation and updates of CDLC Doesn't work well with 2FA due to how steam stores login tokens Optional DLC is not kept when preset is imported With larger mod lists some data may fail to transfer to the launcher, therefore if you intend to keep the server public you'll want to run less than 15 mods. You can increase the amount of transferable data by shortening each mods mod.cpp file, making each mod take less space to transfer. Alternatively, you can use the ACE checkPBOs framework to make sure players are running the correct mods. License: MIT License Credits: @marceldev89 from who I forked this project
[OPXT] Operators eXtreme Tactical - Task Force Radio Addons This is pack contains reskins of the RT-1523G, AN/PRC-117, AN/ARC-210 backpack radios from TFAR. The camos contained all match the ones found in the VSM Gear Pack. Current camos: AOR1,M81, Multicam, Multicam Tropic, OGA, OGA Gray, OGA OD, Project Honor, Scorpion. (3 models - 27 variants) Special thanks to: Nkey for TFAR VanSchmoozin for textures BI for Arma Download Links: Steam Workshop Armaholic withSIX Changelog Images
RCWC Team presents! "1985 Real Soviet Army" pack (1985 RSA) is an element of "1985 Real Cold War Crisis" project, intended to reconstruct Soviet Army units 1969-1991. Download : yadi.sk or Download : mediafire Required addon "NewCloud": Download from yadi.sk or mediafire http://imgur.com/a/3Lar7 More pictures inside the archive with the addon. It contains the following components: ----- MODPACK AUTHORS ----- RCWC Projects Team: GURAN aka Special Soldier alexanbros40 Sovietkot aka st90 Nimus ----- CONSULTANTS ----- Kirill Pen'chinskij Vladislav Danilov Stalker2011 aka Eugene Tackleberry NERV ----- ENGLISH LOCALISATION ----- FOXlauncher SoldierEPilot Nimus -Sapper- ----- SPECIAL THANKS ----- ORCS Development Studio team Psykke RHS OFPCAT Liberation mod team Vladislav Danilov ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ALL MODELS, TEXTURES AND OTHER COMPONENTS, INCLUDED IN THIS PACK, ARE THE PROPERTY OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS