It goes like this. Your server runs from a directory called CSTRIKE no matter what you run for an Operating System.
Therefore, the REALBOT folder must reside where the CSTRIKE folder is.
We prefer the old way of adding plugins to the server by editing the liblist.gam file accordingly.
If you run a BOT program in CZERO, this only shows how much you DO NOT know about the game you wanna-be server admins are running, and really need to learn how the use TURTLEROCK Built-in bots in Condition-Zero Server. Anything less is degrading!
So for you Linux server admins out there, it goes like this.
You have your install at HLDS_L and your directory looks something like this:
You need to make sure the realbot folder is in the HLDS_L Folder, Like Such:
Now open your Meta-MOD Plugins.ini file and add the following syntx:
We Use Mandriva 2008.0 Linux works the following way:
Some linux builds like Debian or UBUNTU require the following syntax:
Now, you want your server to load WITH bots, here is what we did.
Open server.cfg file and add the following line:
Save and close the server.cfg file.
Open a text editor such as kwrite or gedit and create a file called RealBot.cfg in the /CSTRIKE/
folder where server.cfg
is. Now add the following basic lines to get bots in the server or add other prefered cvars as we have:
//RealBot Add & Config
//Define Max # Bots Allowed
// #=Number Desired
realbot max 4
//Define Min # Bots Allowed
// #=Number Desired
realbot server player 0
// 0=Broadcast Every Round and Map Change / 1 = Map Change Only
realbot server broadcast version 1
//Realbot Player Skills
// 0=Godlink / 10=Newbie
realbot skill 0
//Add Bot To The Server, Please
Save and close any and all files. Launch server, and let them bots learn the maps you have on your server. It will take some time, but it is worth it. The more players the better and faster they will learn. In a 2-4 rounds your bots will get out of their spawn and play.