If you’d like to run a Counter-Strike 1.6 or Half-Life server on your Debian / Ubuntu installation, things changed in 2013.This how-to will guide you to a working CS server in a few easy steps.
ref=6758-TCMF-2234 (Wasn’t too helpful, also Windows specific.) On the client, you have to set rcon_password to the server password, *then* issue rcon commands. Some other stuff relating to HLDS here: wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Linux_dedicated_server Potential mods: and wiki.alliedmods.net/Source Mod 18th Aug update: For some reason, auto-update failed, had to manually update.
spinning up servers as and when I want to play on them, a ‘one’-line command to get the TF2 server up & running is now here Also, 3 files are edited in the orangebox/tf folder: cfg/server.cfg, and A pretty extensive sample was posted here: forums.steampowered.com/forums/showpost.php?
files to be pre-installed in the game server directory as for some reason the ones Steam CMD downloads rarely work first time.
Try downloading the server assets from Steam CMD once as you would normally. I recommend trying to download a couple of times just to make sure everything has worked.
I will however leave the details here for reference.
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Update Jul 2014 – use the shiny new Steam CMD tool.
Also, I started using Digital Ocean instead of EC2 (marginally cheaper, incredibly easier to setup) Create a Instance – spot works Install wget, tar, ncompress – depends on your distro, fedora 17 by default didn’t come with this (which, btw, is WTF?!
When the File Download window appears, click Save this program to disk and click OK. If a "Can't find the target drive" message pops up, then the system is not detecting the HLDS GS20N drive.