- Download vMenu (button above)
- Once you’ve got your zip file, extract the files and copy everything into
/resources/vMenu/ so that you end up with the
__resource.lua) file right here:
If you’re trying to join the server, and it gives you an error saying “Could not load resource vMenu” or something similar, then make sure that you’ve installed vMenu inside
/resources/vMenu/ and NOT inside
/resources/vMenu/vMenu/! Also note that the resource folder name MUST be called
vMenu (Case Sensitive!!!) or the script will not work.
- Now that you’ve got your files inside
/resources/vMenu/, go into the
/resources/vMenu/config/ folder and move (or copy) the
permissions.cfg file to the same folder where your
serveur.cfg file is located.
If you’re using ZAP Hosting, you might want to leave the permissions.cfg file inside the config folder, and use
exec resources/vMenu/config/permissions.cfg instead of
exec permissions.cfg in step 4. Alternatively, if you don’t want to mess with any of these installation steps, install vMenu using their one-click installer! Don’t have a FiveM server yet? Click ici to get a server, and use the code
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- Go to your
serveur.cfg file, and add
exec permissions.cfg at the very top of the file (use the other command explained in step 3 if you’re using Zap Hosting).
- Now, add
start vMenu somewhere inside your server.cfg file, position doesn’t matter as long as it’s below les
exec permissions.cfg line.
- Save the server.cfg file and start your server. Once you’re in, you should be able to access most menu’s just fine without having to configure anything inside the permissions.cfg. This is because it is setup to have certain permissions for everyone by default, only administrator/moderator sensitive options have been removed from the default permissions file.
Congratulations, you’ve just installed vMenu in it’s most basic, plug-and-play configuration.
- To learn more about the configuration options that vMenu has to offer, checkout the Configuration page.
- To learn more on how to setup the permissions.cfg file, take a look at the Permissions Reference page.