Table of Contents
Note: If you want to make changes to WizBot's source code, please follow the From Source guide instead.
If you have Windows 7 or a 32-bit system, please refer to the From Source guide.
Windows 8 or later (64-bit)
dotNET Core 3.1 SDK (restart Windows after installation)
Redis (supplied with the updater)
Notepad++ (makes it easier to edit your credentials)
Download and run the WizBot Updater. Currently not avaliable.
Install Redis to install Redis.
Select this option during the Redis installation:
Install ffmpeg and
Install youtube-dl if you want music features.
Update and go through the installation wizard to install WizBot.
When installation is finished, make sure the
Open credentials.json option is checked.
If you happen to close the wizard with that option unchecked, you can easily find the credentials file in
Set up the credentials.json file.
Either click on
Launch Bot button in the updater or run the bot via its desktop shortcut.
Make sure WizBot is closed and not running
.die in a connected server to ensure it's not running).
Open WizBot Updater
If updates are available, you will be able to click on the Update button
Launch the bot
You've updated and are running again, easy as that!
You can still install them manually: