ian at ianm.net
Wed Jan 21 15:25:12 GMT 2004
You might be better off using screen. You can then disconnect from the screen session and reconnect again later. I believe the problem is the session in interactive as you can issue commands to the cs instance via a cli.
There is a howto from the cs server site: http://server.counter-strike.net/server.php?cmd=howto&show=screen
You should be able to build screen from misc/screen in your ports tree.
There is also a section on there for running cs as a "non-root" user.
As for the logging, this sounds like a problem I saw but that was 2 years ago and can not recall if we fixed it. You might want to check permissions on the files/directories it is trying to write as. You might also want to look in the linux compat directory tree for your logs (normally /usr/compat/linux).
On Wed, Jan 21, 2004 at 03:12:49PM -0000, David Richards wrote:
> you can put it in to the background by placing a & after the command
> /usr/local/games/halflife/hlds_l/./start &
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Tuckey [mailto:johnt at snakepit.org.uk]
> Sent: 21 January 2004 14:56
> To: freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org
> Subject: cs server
> Hi all im new to this list and to freebsd so please be nice to me :-)
> Im running a Counterstrike server by executing
> /usr/local/games/halflife/hlds_l/./start via a ssh window. My question is
> how do i get this to run on startup without me having to keep a ssh window
> open all the time. I tried adding this to rc.local but it halts every time.
> also if anyone has experiance with counterstrike server it seems its not
> writing any logs even though i have all the options set for loggin, i goto
> the /logs directory and its empty.
> thanks all
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