AURORA-BOT SETUP IN WINDOWS PC

HERE IS A GUIDE TO SETUP AURORA BOT IN YOUR WINDOWS PC

1 – Installation of Python

Download the python setup from here – Python (2.7.6)

Double click on the icon of the file
that you just downloaded.

Accept the default options given to
you until you get to the Finish button.

Your installation is complete.

2 – Setting up the Environment

Starting at My Computer go to the
following directory “C:\Python27” In
that folder you should see all the
Python files.

Copy that address starting with C: and
ending with 27 and close that
window.

Click on Start . Right Click on My
Computer .

Click on Properties . Click on Advanced
System Settings or Advanced .

Click on Environment Variables .

Under System Variables search for the
variable Path .

Select Path by clicking on it. Click on
Edit .

Scroll all the way to the right of the
field called Variable value using the
right arrow.

Add a semi-colon (;) to the end and
paste the path (u copied from the Python folder) and Click OK .

3 – Downloading & Editing Aurora-bot

Download the latest version of Aurora bot from here – Aurora’s Download list

Copy the zip file to “C:\” drive.

Unzip the file. You’ll get a folder named “aurora” in “C:\” drive.

Goto “C:\aurora”.There you’ll find a file named as “login.txt”. Open it in notepad and enter your bot ID and password there.

Save the file and exit notepad.

4 – Running Your Bot

Go to Start and either type Run in the
Start Search box at the botom (for windows vista and windows 7 users) or
click on Run.

Type cmd in the Open field (Run) and click OK.

A dark window will appear. Type “cd
C:\” (without Quotes) and hit the key Enter.

If you type “dir” you will get a listing of
all folders in your “C:\ drive”

5To run the Bot, type following command in the terminal

“python aurora/aurora-hi.py”
(for hindi users)
or
“python aurora/aurora-en.py”
(for english users)
or
“python aurora/aurora-pn.py”
(for punjabi users)
or
“python aurora/aurora-ml.py”
(for malyalam users)

Congratulations !!! Your bot is now online.

Note – keep the terminal running in background to keep your bot alive.

IF YOU FIND THE SECOND STEP DIFFICULT THEN HERE IS A SIMPLE METHOD

1 – Step 1 is same as in the above method.

2 – Downloading & Editing Aurora-bot

Download the latest version of Aurora bot from here – Aurora’s Download list

Copy the zip file to “C:\Python27”

Unzip the file. You’ll get a folder named “aurora” in “C:\Python27”

Goto “C:\Python27\aurora” There you’ll find a file named as “login.txt”. Open it in notepad and enter your bot ID and password there.

Save the file and exit notepad.

3 – Starting python terminal

Goto Start->Programs->Python 2.7->Python (command line)

A black terminal will open in which something is written like this.

Python 2.7.6 (default, Apr 10 2012, 22.71:26) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
Type “help”, “copyright”, “credits” or “license” for more information.
>>>

4 – Step 4 is as same as step 5 in above method.

Congratulations !!! Your bot is now online.

Note – keep the terminal running in background to keep your bot alive.

For commands go here – Aurora Bot Commands

For other help go here – Aurora Help Desk

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13 responses to “AURORA-BOT SETUP IN WINDOWS PC

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  2. hey kingfisher,first of all I want to say that,you did an incredible job for what the adoration you deserve can’t be said in some mere words. Well,thanks for this amazing bot. I need to ask you a question,that is: how to disable bot’s autorespond chatroom msgs? It always replies back to the users who sends in emoticons,some specific texts,etc. That’s so annoying. How do I disable it?
    Thanks.
    Regards.

    • u can disable bot’s talktative nature by just sending these two commands

      1- talk 0/1 (0 for off & 1 for on) – this command is used to on or off bots taltative nature. when off ,bot did not reply to the messages or chat of the users.

      2- emo 0/1 (0 for off & 1 for on) – this command is used to on or off bots emo response . when off, bot did not response to emo’s.

    • that messages are called ads. these can be stopped by just stopping advertismnts in ur room …. ad 1/0 can be used to on/off ads in chatroom.

      also u can on/off ads for particular user group …such as participants or members or owners n admins… for this u have to send this command – ad_all 1/0 (on?off)

  3. And a strange,weirdest thing happend,i was testing out commands,bot uttered this while that : ” Do you know deepak” ? Wtf is that? There was none other than a bot admin,the bot id itself in room. What’s that?

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