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Default Sort of n00bish question... - 11-01-2005

This might sound a bit noobish considering I have played cs since it first came out, written a book on HL gameplay tactics and general HL stuff...
But i've only just started making my own HLDS running CS with podbot_mm etc...

So, how can i add bots from a client pc onto the server? using rcon or something i presume?

This is what everyone is doing after reading this... and what im doing before scurrying away...

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Default Re: Sort of n00bish question... - 11-01-2005

You can do this in both ways.
1. rcon access and then pb addbot command with parameters (more details see in DOC for podbot - the link to it You can find in "Coding, Releases .." subforum.)
2. If You are using AMX or AMX MOD X You can use ultimate podbotmenu plugin (You can fnd it also in that subforum).
  
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Default Re: Sort of n00bish question... - 12-01-2005

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