Author: ECS Team
Author Website: http://www.ecsteam.online.fr/
Requirements: ECS client patch
Version: 10150 beta
Signed: Yes, server key included
Date: 2008-03-14 17:52
Standard install using high compression level Ogg vorbis.
The Enhanced Configuration System (ECS) is a privately developed addon for Armed Assault by the ECS team.
It was originally written for Operation Flashpoint in 2005, to increase the Co-operative gameplay, game environment, effects, and AI reactions. The project was completely reworked for Armed Assault in February 2007. Since then, the project has grown and expanded to include many features far beyond it's original inception.
The mod was expressly intended for co-op use only and is not geared to PvP missions. It is however fully compatible in both single and multiplayers modes, including the campaign and Queen's Gambit.
ECS comes as a self-installing addon. Unpack the archive to a temp directory and run the setup.exe file. There is a browse option that lets you choose the directory you want to install to, and this should create a '<ArmADirectory>\@ECS' mod folder with the mod in it.
Nothing is modified by the installer but make sure the @ECS folder is in your '\Bohemia Interactive\ArmA\' folder for it to work.
There is also a 'ecs.bikey' in the 'Keys' folder that must be located in the '\Bohemia Interactive\ArmA\Keys\' folder for connection to a signature required server.
The server MUST have the the required key
installed on it for ECS to be allowed in.
Make a shortcut to your ArmA and add the mod option to your target line like this:
"C:\Program Files\Bohemia Interactive\ArmA\arma.exe" -mod=@ECSIf you have other mods installed or are using the '-nosplash' option it might look like this:
"C:\Program Files\Bohemia Interactive\ArmA\arma.exe" -nosplash -mod=<othermod>;@ECS
It is imperative you assign -mod=<othermod>;<othermod>;@ECS as the last mod if you have more than one mod installed/in use with ECS or ECS will not initialise properly.
Installation will use about 250 MB of disk space.
A successful install will display the "ECS Version xx.xx.xx" number in the lower left
main menu of ArmA after startup.
Included pbo files:
ECS_Core.pbo 'required in order to work'
ECS_Misc.pbo 'required in order to work'
ECS_Sounds.pbo 'required in order to work'
Project lead and Core developer L.Fran
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