I just finished setting up the worldserver and bnetserver from Tryinitycore 6.x that I gitted yesterday.
Everything went smoothly thanks to the great documentation on the site.
To make sure I don’t break anyhing, I copied my original WoW folder to another location andpatched the wow64.exe as described.
That went well and after starting it as administrator and with wow-64_patched.exe -uid wow_dede from the command line, the client started up but - surprise surprise - the realm is incompatible with my client. Well I guess this is a correct error message since it looks like I have client version 6.2.4 21463 and according to this, the currently supported client version is 6.2.4 21335.
Well, I bet I am not the first person with this question but I was unable to find any solution by myself. People usually refer to the Blizzard launcher which downloads the game. But I fail to see how this is going to help me when it downloads the wrong version automatically.
Should I just wait a few days until Trinitycore is compatible with my client version? Does it usually just take a few days until the code is upgraded or will it take months until some update is going to happen?
If so, is there any other way to download a specific old client version? Can the Blizzard Launcher somehow do that when for example patching some ini file?
Are there patches or something alike out there to download a really old version and upgrade from there?
I bet this came up before and I’m sure somebody can help me out and let me know what I should do from here on