Originally Posted by ZeNite
Is it already possible to create a cs2 linux server with steamcmd and stuff
Yes, it is possible to create a CS2 (Counter-Strike 2) Linux server using SteamCMD and other necessary tools. SteamCMD is a command-line tool provided by Valve, the company behind Steam, which allows you to install and update game servers on Linux.
To set up a CS2 Linux server with SteamCMD, you would typically follow these steps:
Install SteamCMD: Begin by downloading and installing the SteamCMD tool on your Linux server. You can find the official Valve documentation on how to install SteamCMD for Linux, which provides step-by-step instructions.
Log in to SteamCMD: Once SteamCMD is installed, you'll need to log in using your Steam account. This will grant you access to download and manage the game server files. Launch SteamCMD and enter your Steam credentials to log in.
Download the CS2 server files: After logging in, use the app_update command in SteamCMD to download the Counter-Strike 2 server files. The specific app ID for CS2 might vary, so make sure to check the correct one beforehand.
Configure the server: Once the server files are downloaded, you'll need to configure the CS2 server according to your preferences. This involves setting up server parameters, game modes, maps, and other settings. The configuration process varies depending on the specific game and server administration tools you choose to use.
Launch the server: Once the server is configured, you can start it by running the appropriate command or script provided by the game server files. This will initiate the CS2 server on your Linux machine, allowing players to connect and play.