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phil3_66666 April 26, 2009 10:36 AM

Hosting CSS server
 
Hi, me and some friend want to do a lan, but the internet connection is not realy good here.. so that my problem

i want to host an css server on my computer and play with the same computer

i try make an server in css utility but with 20 bots i lag...

maybe an console client?

my computer spec:
i7 920 stock for now
6g 1600
caviar black 640gb
4870 512

Thanks
Phil

dataxpert April 26, 2009 11:03 AM

What do you expect. people find their computer not fast enough for their game. Adding more service and especially a server in the same computer will not solve the problem. how we say in chemistry ( nothing create nothing loose ) I'm not an expert in CSS server , but do you need an expensive PC for that ?

Phobia April 26, 2009 11:28 AM

If I remember correctly, you can go into "create server" in CS:S itself. People on a lan should be able to see it. I'm not sure if I remembered that correctly, its been a few years since I did something like that

jcmaz April 26, 2009 12:14 PM

If u have it on STeam, then go to the TOOL tab and download the (i think) Source Server. You should be able to play CS on LAN but i have no clue how to put bots in tho

phil3_66666 April 26, 2009 12:19 PM

Data : i remember a friend running one on an old p4 with 1g of ram, but he have a software for that(i try to contact he but nothing..)

Phobia: yes you can like that, but with 20 bot it lag.. so with 20 people...

jcmaz: i will try that:thumb:

death_hawk April 26, 2009 12:58 PM

CS:S server doesn't require squat for CPU with humans only.
Bots however usually crush a server for some reason.
But an i7 should be able to handle a good number of bots without lag, so I'm not sure what the issue is.
You'll be fine with Humans though.
My Q6600 has about 60 Human L4D slots filled at any given time and it runs fine.



I personally wouldn't host a listen server (AKA "Host Server" or whatever it's called in game)

I'd put up a real dedicated. Here's a tutorial:
? Source Dedicated Server -> Install: Windows (Rev. 2)

jcmaz April 29, 2009 04:29 PM

hey death hawk, do u know how to put bots with the Steam dedicated server thing?


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