# Thread: Complete Guide to Setting Up Simba and SRL

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I ran into a couple of issues during install, this might help other users in the future.
This fixed the issues I initially had
- Download and install Java 8 32 bit < fixes java virtual machine error
- Rename the includes to RSWalker and SRL (remove the version numbers)

good luck

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Originally Posted by sharklasers
I ran into a couple of issues during install, this might help other users in the future.
This fixed the issues I initially had
- Download and install Java 8 32 bit < fixes java virtual machine error
- Rename the includes to RSWalker and SRL (remove the version numbers)

good luck
Hey man,

thanks for the help! i followed all steps but before kept getting the virtual machine error which is now fixed due to your help

cheers!
Last edited by Suyoof; 10-17-2018 at 10:16 AM.

3. Originally Posted by Suyoof
Hey man,

thanks for the help! i followed all steps but kept getting the virtual machine error

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My bad i didnt make it clear - I kept getting error but then downloaded the latest one from java website and its fixed. I edited my post above to make it clearer sorry.

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Hi all, I seem to be getting quite an odd error when trying to compile the example script included on the first page:

Error: Plugin(.) has not been found

Unsure as to what the fix is here, as the Plugin name isn't all that descriptive!
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6. Originally Posted by msemtex
Hi all, I seem to be getting quite an odd error when trying to compile the example script included on the first page:

Error: Plugin(.) has not been found

Unsure as to what the fix is here, as the Plugin name isn't all that descriptive!
Do you have a 'Plugins' folder in the Simba directory?

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Hi there, I would like to ask if there is a Simba version for iOS?

And is there any tutorial running Simba on cloud like AWS EC2?

Many thanks.

8. Originally Posted by boscolamhk
Hi there, I would like to ask if there is a Simba version for iOS?

And is there any tutorial running Simba on cloud like AWS EC2?

Many thanks.
Simba is not available as an iOS application.

Simba could run on an Amazon server just as it can on your local PC, there is nothing stopping that from happening.

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Originally Posted by StickToTheScript
Do you have a 'Plugins' folder in the Simba directory?
Yes, the Plugins folder is present in the Simba directory and includes all the files from v1.2

Note: Have gone through the process again, and added the latest version of RSWalker, and an error message popped up saying that the LibWalker folder was missing, so I downloaded the version before that and have not hit the Plugin(.) error again.

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I face the following error when running the testing code:

Error: Unknown declaration "FindFile" at line 77

Any suggestion?

11. Originally Posted by boscolamhk
I face the following error when running the testing code:

Error: Unknown declaration "FindFile" at line 77

Any suggestion?
Would you mind taking a screenshot of the Simba window when having the error occur? As well, what are all the directories in the Simba/Includes folder? A screenshot might be easier for that as well.

12. Originally Posted by StickToTheScript
Would you mind taking a screenshot of the Simba window when having the error occur? As well, what are all the directories in the Simba/Includes folder? A screenshot might be easier for that as well.
I fixed it, he just needs to download the latest release again. Sorry!

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Could you please go into further detail with this?

I'm having the same issue, one with reflection, and when I turn reflection off I get an issue with RS walker, here is the error.

Code:
Error: Unknown declaration "FindFile" at line 77
Compiling failed.
Error: Plugin(../Includes/RSWalker/libWalker) has not been found
Compiling failed.

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Originally Posted by skankhunt69
Could you please go into further detail with this?

I'm having the same issue, one with reflection, and when I turn reflection off I get an issue with RS walker, here is the error.

Code:
Error: Unknown declaration "FindFile" at line 77
Compiling failed.
Error: Plugin(../Includes/RSWalker/libWalker) has not been found
Compiling failed.
Reflection is pretty much dead, AeroLib is pretty much dead, SRL is the only maintained way that i know of.

And that error is telling you that you don't have RSWalker installed, Or if you do have it, You didn't install it in the proper place.

15. Originally Posted by skankhunt69
Could you please go into further detail with this?

I'm having the same issue, one with reflection, and when I turn reflection off I get an issue with RS walker, here is the error.

Code:
Error: Unknown declaration "FindFile" at line 77
Compiling failed.
Error: Plugin(../Includes/RSWalker/libWalker) has not been found
Compiling failed.
As @Olly mentioned above, you may need to attempt to reinstall the latest release of RSWalker and OSRS (if those are the versions you are using).

Let me know if that helps.

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I went through the steps for OSRS but I get "[FATAL]: Failed to setup SMART".

17. Originally Posted by cepitspace
I went through the steps for OSRS but I get "[FATAL]: Failed to setup SMART".
Do you have Java installed? If so, what version?

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After compiling this
program new;
{$define SMART} //If not using SMART, then comment this line out {$I SRL/OSR.simba}
{$I RSWalker/Walker.simba} begin clearDebug(); srl.Setup([]); end. i get: Error: File "SRL/OSR.simba" not found at line 3 Compiling failed. any suggestions to start going? 19. Registered User Join Date Nov 2018 Location System32 Posts 13 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Quoted 4 Post(s) Originally Posted by brosenbe92 After compiling this i get: Error: File "SRL/OSR.simba" not found at line 3 Compiling failed. any suggestions to start going? The OSR.simba file is missing from Simba/Includes/SRL/ If you're sure you downloaded SRL and put the folders in the right place, make sure you renamed the folder to SRL and there is not a duplicate SRL folder. Should look like this: 23f5cdad52c22b5cc7bd22536030f430.png 20. Registered User Join Date Nov 2018 Posts 4 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Quoted 4 Post(s) Originally Posted by StickToTheScript As @Olly mentioned above, you may need to attempt to reinstall the latest release of RSWalker and OSRS (if those are the versions you are using). Let me know if that helps. Hey, so I reinstalled everything, and im still getting that same error, I looked into it myself and it turns out im missing this, {$loadlib ../Includes/RSWalker/libWalker.dll}, the DLL for the walker, where am I supposed to acquire it? I don't know how it wasn't in there already but oh well, it's my only error for now, the osr include works wonderfully now that everything is re-done, or at least compiles, haven't tried to use it yet...

edit: spoke too soon, although it receives no compile errors, it never finishes executing itself, just sits there with a cleared debug...
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21. Originally Posted by skankhunt69
Hey, so I reinstalled everything, and im still getting that same error, I looked into it myself and it turns out im missing this, {\$loadlib ../Includes/RSWalker/libWalker.dll}, the DLL for the walker, where am I supposed to acquire it? I don't know how it wasn't in there already but oh well, it's my only error for now, the osr include works wonderfully now that everything is re-done, or at least compiles, haven't tried to use it yet...

edit: spoke too soon, although it receives no compile errors, it never finishes executing itself, just sits there with a cleared debug...
Try reinstalling the include. This means going ahead and deleting the entirety of the current one located in the 'Includes' folder and then redownload it and install it once again. If that doesn't end up working, let me know.

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Originally Posted by Zombified
The OSR.simba file is missing from Simba/Includes/SRL/
If you're sure you downloaded SRL and put the folders in the right place, make sure you renamed the folder to SRL and there is not a duplicate SRL folder.

Should look like this:
Thanks for the help. I was able to fix the SRL folder problem and the plugin problem. Now im having problems with rs walker

Compiling failed.

How should i fix this?
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23. Originally Posted by brosenbe92
Thanks for the help. I was able to fix the SRL folder problem and the plugin problem. Now im having problems with rs walker

Compiling failed.

How should i fix this?
This error occurs when you do not have AeroLib installed. This is most likely occuring as the script you are attempting to run relies on the AeroLib include.

To solve the problem, simply install AeroLib. This can be done by following the link to the download and the instructions for AeroLib posted in the first post.

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Great guide, only have one thing to nit-pick on, though:

Maybe include that you need 32-bit java for S.M.A.R.T. in the main tutorial instead of hiding it in the troubleshooting section.

25. Originally Posted by gay_retard
Great guide, only have one thing to nit-pick on, though:

Maybe include that you need 32-bit java for S.M.A.R.T. in the main tutorial instead of hiding it in the troubleshooting section.
Thanks for the recommendation. The posts have been updated.