Author: Doktor haus. Click the blue "from the Valve webserver" link on that page to download it. Run the application and go through the installation process. I recommend keeping the default installation directory, and when you reach the region page, choose your region.
To keep your server safe, it's always recommended to enable both private key and password login authentication. Create an user account name steam or whatever name you like. You will be prompted to create a password. Run SteamCMD and updates will automatically be download. Login your steam account. Your will be required to enter your steam password , and Two-factor code if Steam Guard is enabled. Start a casual game on dust 2 see note. More script info Source Dedicated Server. Complete LinuxGSM official guide. Create an user account name csgoserver or whatever name you like.
In this article, I will explain how to install, configure and run the Source dedicated server. I will start with the minimum requirements and then move to the installation of a classic Counter-Strike: Source dedicated server. The rest of the article deals with other server sundries such as admin etiquette, plug-ins, etc. If you have any further questions after reading this guide, you are always free to visit the Source Dedicated Server Community forums and ask for help—that's what we're there for! There are limitations on everything and some machines might not even be able to run the server at all. This will run a basic server with 20 slots at a good level of performance. Memory : To run a normal server you will need at least MB RAM, you might need to restart the server every once in a while to clean up the memory. Bandwidth : Bandwidth is used a lot—more specifically, upload bandwidth. Here is a list of how fast your connection must be to run a certain number of players at lowest settings. When talking about bandwidth for servers we always talk about upload, not download.
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