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NOTE: this line is only for debugging. When you want to run the server permanently, edit and use the provided script "armaserver" that comes with the linux server files.
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NOTE2: the ';' denotes a line-end in Linux. So you have to put a backslash '\' in front of it to use multiple mods. Same if you use spaces in your directories: write 'my\ files'
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 21:29, 9 December 2007

Introduction

Setting up a server is not easy and is not that abious to to.

Basically, the server configuration consists of four elements:

Example Setups

Windows

Let's assume that ArmA is installed to "D:\Arma".

  • Command line / link target:
D:\ArmA\arma_server.exe -cfg=basic.cfg -config=server.cfg -profiles=D:\ArmA -name=server -mod=@mod1;@mod2

Linux

Let's assume that ArmA is installed to "/usr/home/arma-server".

  • Command line / link target:
/usr/home/arma-server/server -cfg=basic.cfg -config=server.cfg -name=server -mod=@mod1\;@mod2\;@mod3

NOTE: this line is only for debugging. When you want to run the server permanently, edit and use the provided script "armaserver" that comes with the linux server files.

NOTE2: the ';' denotes a line-end in Linux. So you have to put a backslash '\' in front of it to use multiple mods. Same if you use spaces in your directories: write 'my\ files'

See Also

ArmA:_Startup_Parameters

Server Basic Config file

Server Config File

Server Difficulty Settings File


Multiplayer Server Commands

ArmA Community Tools


See also: ArmA:_Version_History