Tutorial Install CS:GO No-Steam Server [Linux] (1 Viewer)

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Requirements

1.) Dedicated linux server or VPS (debian, centos, ubuntu)
2.) Root acces
3.) Steam server installed (Click here for official Valve tutorial)


When u done u just need to set no steam crack


1.) Download crack HERE (16.08.2019)
2.) Go to csgo/bin folder and rename steamclient.so to steamclient_valve.so
3.) Copy rev.ini and bin folder to your root server folder
4.) Start server (how to start server check HERE) u need to add into start line +sv_pure 0
5.) U need to add a game server login token (click HERE).
6.) Launch your server and try connect using no-steam client, which you can download on https://cswarzone.com

WARNING!!!
Valve scan servers 3x per week. So if u have skins enabled on your no-steam server u will get token banned. So to disable skins in no-steam edit this line in rev.ini. DisableUnlockedItems is by default false. but when u set it to true skins will be disabled and your token will not be banned. If u want to have skins and to not worry about tokens u can buy it ceap.. check THISwebsite. Register login buy a tokens and set plugin to your server and he will automaticly change token every ban wawe. Ban are on monday wednesday and friday.



Possible problems:

1.) server didnt start or no steam clients cant connect
In your rev ini at bottom u have EnableNSNetSvc= By default its on UDP u can try to switch to TCP. Maybe that will solve a problem.
You should open the certain port as UDP. The number of this port depends on the port of your server using the following formula: 27015 (let's say it's the port of your server) - 5000 (fixed value) = 22015 (this port you need to open as UDP). Without this port no-steam players won't be able to connect to your server. It is responsible for create lobby for no-steam players and for send items (weapons, knives, stickers, etc) on the server and back to clients.

Open a no-steam port
How to open port 22015 [Windows/Linux] (let's say this is your calculated port according to the formula specified above in the ninth paragraph) on my server machine:

If your server is on hosting:
1. On hosting you usually don't have permission to open or close ports, so you should test if this port is opened or not (i wrote about it below) and then write to support of hosting and ask to open port 22015 as UDP

If your server is on your PC (Linux):



    • You can do it via iptables
    • You should write this command to open port 22015:
iptables -A INPUT -p udp --dport 22015 -j ACCEPT

If your server is on your PC (Windows):
1. You should open settings of your router -> Forwarding -> Virtual servers and then you should add port 22015 as UDP

If your server is on your PC (MAC):
1. Look this video on youtube and you will understand how you can do it

How test if port 22015 (let's say this is your calculated port according to the formula specified above in the ninth paragraph) is opened on my server machine or not:




    • Before start writing to support of hosting, you should test if port 22015 is opened as UDP or not. To test it you should install nmap on your PC. How to install nmap on Linux, on Windows and on Mac OS X.
    • nmap command for get info about port 22015:
nmap -sU xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -p 22015 // it's UDP scanning (which you need)
nmap -sV ххх.ххх.ххх.ххх -p 1-65535 // it's TCP scanning with all ports

If you will get answer like this:

22015/udp open
or
22015/udp open|filtered

Then you should try to connect to your server via no-steam client. If you can't connect to your server and you sure that you install RevEmu like in tutorial then you should write to support of hosting and ask to open port 22015 as UDP in order to no-steam players will be able to connect to your server.
 
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