There was only 1 person now and then asking for linux. What was implemented some time ago (and maybe now broken) was serverdoc ran on a windows machine but controlled the linux servers via a telnet session.
After setting up uor host ip, username and pass in serverdoc config to run a linux command use lx: in command line, ie lx:/home/myname/myserver/program
Yes it will (should, or used to.. has not been tested in a long time)
You do not setup serverdoc on the linux box, just give the windows box telnet access to it.
Once you are able to say manually telnet into the linux box and run your server its time to put that command into serverdoc prefixed with LX:
(LX: tells serverdoc the command to run & monitor is on the linux server)
telnet in using the user you configured in serverdoc and ensure you can run the command
/client/0/COD4/cod4_lnxded +set dedicated 2 +set net_ip xx.xx.xx.xx +set net_port xxxxx +set sv_punkbuster 1 +set fs_game *SD1=* +exec *SD2=server.cfg* +map_rotate
(change into the /client/0/COD4/ directory then run it)
The log from linux says that Login Failed.
Thats like either it does something wrong on username or password.
an 15 16:25:28 openSUSE-103-64-minimal login: FAILED LOGIN 1 FROM xx.xx.xx.xx.reverse.xxxx.net FOR UNKNOWN, Benutzer bei zu Grunde liegendem Authentifizierungsmodul nicht bekannt
We checked with telnet on pc and that works fine from the pc.
And other guys recommend it to use SSH2, but I guess thats not a option?
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