How use cmd commands on linux server and choose maps

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    • #81976
      Fabio
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      Hello,
      Now that finally started successfully the server on LINUX I would like to know 2 things:
      – where is setted the list of maps that rotate on the server?
      – if I need to use cmd commands how could I do it? I tried to write them directly on the console but nothing changed…
      Ty

    • #81981
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Hmm, ServerOptions, scmd listmaps?
      I could be wrong but as i remember you can use them only as client after login on linux server.

    • #81997
      Fabio
      Participant

      yes when I enter the game I can use SAY to write SCMD commands, when I try for example SCMD LOGIN password (I allowed SCMD in ServerOptions and I keep Password=password for now) the game displayed it in blue but nothing happens, the same if I just few seconds after I try SCMD NEXTMAP…

    • #82025
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Do you write “scmd login password” after “scmd login mode” or “scmd login silent”?

    • #82027
      Fabio
      Participant

      no, however even if I try in this way nothing changed.
      moreover I found the way to manage map list, it is in the ServerOptions.txt’s file in the last lines of the chosen game mode, however even if I set there for example:
      Mission0=Worlds\ReleaseMultiplayer\Evac
      Mission1=Worlds\ReleaseMultiplayer\Docks
      Mission2=Worlds\ReleaseMultiplayer\Campus
      Mission3=Worlds\ReleaseMultiplayer\Hightech
      the server has always all the maps starting from asylum…
      Obviously I started the the game with the following script:
      #!/bin/sh
      export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$PWD:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
      ./fearserver.bin -optionsfile ServerOptions/ServerOptions.txt
      and yes, the location of txt file is correct, I already tried to give it the full path of the option’s file but nothing changed.

    • #82033
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Maybe try ./fearserver.bin -userdirectory “.” -optionsfile ServerOptions
      And by default only ExampleServerOptions.txt is in ServerOptions directory.

    • #82869
      scal1
      Participant

      Hey Fabio

      maybe you got this already working.

      if not:
      make sure your ServerOptions.txt is a ASCII text file (check with “file ServerOptions.txt)
      Could be a problem if you edited and copied your ServerOptions-file from a Windows-machine.

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