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Introduction: HLDS Counter Strike 1.6 [Linux]
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Have you been playing Counter-Strike and you now want to set up your own dedicated server? Or are you just curious how a dedicated server works? Those questions come up all the time in Counter-Strike communities all over the world. Many of you probably think it's a very complicated process, but in fact, it is more time consuming rather than complicated. A Counter-Strike 1. These are a dedicated server's components:. Counter-Strike 1. For example, if you don't have an Internet connection but still want to run a HLDS, MetaMOD allows you to run an administrative plugin and a bot plugin at the same time. A bot is actually a roBOTic computer controlled entity that simulates actual players in a game.
So you have been playing Counter Strike for a while and are thinking about setting up your own server. Then this is the tutorial for you. This tutorial will focus specifically on setting up a Counter Strike 1. This is going to be a long and tedious tutorial.