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Hey Guys,

First post here, i have been reading about the forum nice by the way and i can't seem to find a bit on the linux dedicated commands like other ones.

I would like to know what is the command or how you turn vac or vac2 on when you run up a server.

Also is there a trick to making sure your server appear in the public server list because it says adding to master servers etc but i can't find it for some reason.

Also are there anyother commands i should know regarding what i mentioned above.

Thanks in advance for anything you can help me out with.

VAC2 hasn't been released publicly yet and is still in beta testing. I'm pretty sure that when it is released, servers will be in secure mode by default, and you probably won't have to do anything to enable it.

set your server location with
sv_region <0-7, 255>
in your server.cfg or autoexec.cfg and ensure you have the right ports open.
United Strike Marine Corps
USMC-CO| θ (theta)
Hi Inc0gs,

Thanks for your reply Smile. I'm using game.cfg for the server name and other options etc can i just add it to that instead?

My game.cfg:

sv_rollangle 0
mp_roundtime 3.5
mp_buytime 30
mp_timelimit 20
mp_autoteambalance 1
mp_flashlight 1
mp_freezetime 3
mp_friendlyfire 0
hostname "A Test Server"
rcon_password myrcontestpassword

as long as that command gets executed.
United Strike Marine Corps
USMC-CO| θ (theta)

Okay Thanks for all your help.

Sorry one more thing,

sv_region <0-7, 255>

is there a way to work out which region your in i'm in the united kingdom. I have googled but can't seem to work out whats the trick with it.

Any help will be appreicated

I fixed it thanks, just a little bit of info here incase someone else like me couldn't figure it out Big Grin

// Must specify sv_region, or it won't show up in Steam server browser
// 0: US East coast
// 1: US West coast
// 2: South America
// 3: Europe
// 4: Asia
// 5: Australia
// 6: Middle East
// 7: Africa
sv_region 3


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