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Discussion in 'Server Discussion' started by IndoPr0, Jul 31, 2011.
Just like the title, folks.
And i need something technical-like answers.
Yeah this has also always bugged me, hopefully someone will know.
Are you a modder by any chance trying to fix this?
Use hldsupdatetool, problem solved.
Well mostly it's because you need several config files running to control where the replays are saved and how (ftp/html) and where to download them from (which webhost for FTP).
Listen servers run a single config for a local game. So none of that works.
Apparently you can pseudo-hack it but if it comes to it, depending what you need Replay for, you could just temporarily run a HLDS on your machine and setup the necassery configs for that.
Nope. I'm not a modder.
Do you mean running HLDS and TF2 at the same time?
BTW that's the answer i would expect. Thanks!
I'd recommend running it on a seperate machine if you can, like if another family member has a machine, run HLDS on that and connect via your machine.
Running a server from your machine takes a lot of system resources and connecting to it from the same machine will certainly have its fair share of performance issues.
here a tutorial someone made on how to set it replays on local servers: http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1103685-How-to-use-replays-in-local-servers
i've ran dedicated server on my laptop that i was connected to. had 0 problems even while having me, tech, steffo, some random f2p, 20 bots, sv_cheats 1 and tachyon logic on there
It depends on the amount of memory on your computer. For instance, a friend of mine can run a listen server with up to 15 bots without any noticeable decrease in framerate, whereas I can't have a server with more than 7 because then my framerate goes all horrible, and dedicated servers just lag.
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