Server Problems

kl0wnkl0wn Join Date: 2005-03-09 Member: 44547Members
edited March 2005 in Linux Server Support
<div class="IPBDescription">won't start</div> Hello,
I have setup half life servers in the past (few years ago).
Currently I am trying to setup a dedicated 16 person NS server, but am running into problems that are most likely my mistake. Let me explain:

I setup the server step by step following this guide: <a href='' target='_blank'></a>

Now my problem is when I start the server it says:

" └─(~/hlds_l)-> ./hlds_run -game ns +exec server.cfg +ip 67.18.***.*** +maxplayers 16 +map ns_eclipse
Auto detecting CPU
Using AMD Optimised binary.
Auto-restarting the server on crash

Console initialized.
scandir failed:/home/kl0wn/hlds_l/./platform/SAVE
Protocol version 47
Exe version (valve)
Exe build: 02:38:45 Jul 7 2004 (2738)
STEAM Auth Server
couldn't exec language.cfg
Server IP address 67.18.***.***:27015
scandir failed:/home/kl0wn/hlds_l/./platform/SAVE

Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Add "-debug" to the ./hlds_run command line to generate a debug.log to help with solving this problem
Wed Mar 9 22:57:21 CST 2005: Server restart in 10 seconds "

My setup looks like this, hlds is installed to /home/kl0wn/hldls_l/ and NS is in /home/kl0wn/hlds_l/ns

I have everything updated to the latest as this is a fresh install.

I have no clue what is causing the error, the debug log does not give enough info on what it could be, please let me know if you need more info or if you can see a problem in what I have done.

Also note that this is running on Free BSD 5.3.

Error Log:
Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.

No symbol table info available.
No shared libraries loaded at this time.
Stack level 0, frame at 0xbfbfe604:
eip = 0x281326d3; saved eip 0xbfbfe630
called by frame at 0xbfbfe608
Arglist at 0xbfbfe5fc, args:
Locals at 0xbfbfe5fc, Previous frame's sp is 0xbfbfe604
Saved registers:
eip at 0xbfbfe600
End of crash report


  • kl0wnkl0wn Join Date: 2005-03-09 Member: 44547Members
    Sorry, after days of searching I found out to do this:

    mount_linprocfs linprocfs /compat/linux/proc

    Sorry for the troubles! Had a feeling it was somthing dumb =)
  • VadakillVadakill The Almighty BSO Join Date: 2002-04-02 Member: 373Members, NS1 Playtester
    Yep, you fixed the problem. FreeBSD is a Unix environment, you need to emulate a linux environment just as you have.
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