Fwd: [cod] Cod Help

James Landi jim at landi.net
Sat Jan 21 18:32:37 EST 2006

Your best bet is to use tracert . This will tell you where your issues lie.
More then likely it’s your path to the server.  My host is ServerBeach as
well and they have been great over the past ¾ years


For more info on tracert see my guide here 



-Jim Landi





From: Jason Henderson [mailto:exec_vp at sbcglobal.net] 
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2006 2:23 PM
To: cod at icculus.org
Subject: RE: Fwd: [cod] Cod Help


I am using Server Beach ( Peer 1) as the data center for co-location.  Here
is the ip:

Stephane <armageddon21 at sympatico.ca> wrote: 

It depends where you are from ?  what provider it is plugged on. 


If you could maybe provided us with an ip on the network we could help you
more if you don’t know which provider your ISP is using.





www.light-speed.com <http://www.light-speed.com/> 




From: Jason Henderson [mailto:exec_vp at sbcglobal.net] 
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2006 2:04 PM
To: cod at icculus.org
Subject: Re: Fwd: [cod] Cod Help


Guys I want to thank you for all your help, I got the permissions sorted and
server is running fine.  


Next question is this, since I am not good at linux I was wondering if there
is a way to adjust how fast my server responds.  For some reason the COD2
server has a ping of about 150+ at times.  Now here! is the specs for my


It's a co-located  Linux server out of Los Angeles.

It has 2000 GB transfer per month with a 100 Mbit port speed.

Running a AMD Athlon 64 bit 3500+ Skt939 processor.

1 GB Ram with a 160 GB Serial ATA.

We have Red Hat 4.0 and Plesk 7.5 Reloaded on there.


Now I am not a server guru but with a 100 Mbit port speed I would think I
would get better ping on my server than 150+. The only other thing currently
running on this box is a Teamspeak server.  So any ideas would greatly help.





Click Bouyow <click at deadboneplatoon.com> wrote:

What Jay said: 

chmod 755 cod2* will do the job.

Jay Vasallo wrote:
> You're getting permission denie! d because the cod2_lnxded file needs to 
> be chmod, not all your files.
> chmod +x cod2_lnxded:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: *Jay Vasallo* >
> Date: Jan 21, 2006 8:02 AM
> Subject: [cod] Cod Help
> To: cod at icculus.org 
> >----- Original Message -----
> *>From:* Quint van Drosthagen 
> *>To:* cod2_lnxded:
> *>Sent:* Saturday, January 21, 2006 7:55 AM
> *>Subject:* RE: [cod] Need Help
> >Use from the place where cod is installed "chmod –R 750 *".. In this 
> way everything gets execution rights for the >user and read rights for 
> the group..
> [root at am old]# chmod -R 750
> chmod: too few arguments
> Try `chmod --help' for more information.
> Close try this command....
> [root at am old]# chmod 750 * -R



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