LinuxGSM is the command-line tool for quick, simple deployment and management of Linux dedicated game servers. From the command-line do the following. Ensuring you have also installed the required dependencies.
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Ok, I fear my Googling powers are slowly fading away. I've been looking for a solution to this issue for 2 days now, and I can't think of anything. I'm in charge of setting up a game server that will host Battlefield game no mods or expension packs for now. The server is running on Linux and the game does work properly. I've never really played the game myself, so my knowledge of it is limited. The problem is, I only have the "Deluxe Edition" of the game, which comes with the first expension pack in the box. I've disabled the expansion in the server settings and when I browse the game servers list using the built-in server browser , I see my server as a standard server, with no mods or Expension enabled. Everything looks fine. And yet, testers have been telling me that they can't connect. They simply get a generic error "Failed to Connect to Server".
Setting Up a Dedicated Game Server
Read this chapter and if you want to know more, pick up a copy of the book today! Chapter 12 In this chapter:. There are two ways you can set up a server to function, although only one works for larger parties:.
Also number of player is less than 10 so far Sorry for the late answer, HoOK. First you have to download BF Server v1. Next, download BF Server Update v1. Now, you have the server files of the latest version v1. Check out the other tabs Gameplay and Advanced, change some values according to your preference. You don't need to change in the IP Settings tab, unless you wish to modify the default game port After you're done changing your server settings and selecting the maps, click the Start Server button and it should open a black box with some information, that's the server console. You now have your server running and your friends can connect to your public IP address, if you have outgoing port opened in your home router.