Setting up WizBot From Source

Note: 32-bit Windows version is experimental
32-bit linux is not possible because of .Net compatability.


Getting WizBot Ready to Run

  • Download the source: git clone -b 1.9
  • Edit the credentials.json in WizBot/src/WizBot according to this guide.
  • Move youtube-dl.exe and ffmpeg.exe into WizBot/src/WizBot (or add them to your PATH env variable, if you know how)
  • For 32-bit Windows, replace libsodium.dll and opus.dll with the ones you downloaded.

If you're running from source on windows, you will have to add these 2 extra lines to your credentials, after the first open bracket:

    "ShardRunCommand": "dotnet",
    "ShardRunArguments": "run -c Release --no-build -- {0} {1}",

Running WizBot

  • For 32-bit Windows, run the redis-server.exe that you downloaded. You must have this window open when you use WizBot.
  • Move to the correct directory. cd WizBot/src/WizBot
  • Build and run. dotnet run -c Release
  • The bot should now start up and show as online in your Discord server.

Updating WizBot

  • Might not work if you've made custom edits to the source, make sure you know how git works
  • Download updates. git pull
  • Run again. dotnet run -c Release