[cod] ~./callofduty/main/config_mp_server.cfg problem

Josh Berry josh at chickenmonkey.co.uk
Fri Jan 16 08:24:55 EST 2004

As far as I know, you don't actually need the file so long as you set
everything in your own config file. This means that you can stop the
file being used. All you need to do is when the servers are not running
go to the .callofduty/main folder, delete the file if it is there, and
touch config_mp_server.cfg
chmod 000 config_mp_server.cfg
This will create a file that the server cannot overwrite, and hence no
game settings will be changed. Just check it to see what cvars it has in
it normally however - just to see if you are missing anything.
-----Original Message-----
From: Josh Wright [mailto:admin at jdwright.net] 
Sent: 16 January 2004 04:53
To: cod at icculus.org
Subject: [cod] ~./callofduty/main/config_mp_server.cfg problem
I'm not sure exactly how this file works, but apparently its written by
the server at each map_rotate.  My problem is, I'm trying to run two
servers from the same username; one with logsync 1 and other with
logsync 0.   However whenever one switches maps, it overwrites that file
and seems to affect the others settings (looks to be log file names
too).  Is there a way around this (cvar maybe?) other than creating
separate accounts for each server?
jdwright at mwhq.net
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