How to: Setup a Reliable CS:GO Server

Among the numerous Counter-Strike: Global Offensive hosting options, none gives you the access or control you can obtain from spinning your own server. The aim of this guide is to instruct how to setup a competition ready, 128 tickrate, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive dedicated server. I'll be using a Digital Ocean…

How to install a Mumble Server on Ubuntu

Mumble is my current favorite voice chat program. I enjoy how it resembles the dynamic of a lounge or living room. Mumble is a voice chat hub that allows a community to connect. I'll be using a Ubuntu 13.10 (x64) server droplet provided by Digital Ocean. (512MB Memory, 1…

Installing an Arma III Server on Ubuntu

Notice: The Linux binaries for Arma III server are unstable and should be considered beta, at the time of writing this guide. There may be issues. Bohemia Interactive have released Arma III Linux server binaries just before the close of 2013! For this guide I'm using a Ubuntu 13.10…

How to host a Starbound server on Ubuntu

Starbound open beta has released today! In honor of this release, here is a quick run down on how to host a Starbound server on Ubuntu! For creating this guide, I tested this Starbound server installation on a Digital Ocean $10/month 1GB RAM + 40GB SSD server Requirements Basic understanding…

Host your own Minecraft server for $5/month

This guide has been written hundreds of times, so here is one more. The aim of this guide is to be quick, painless, and secure. I'll be using a Digital Ocean - 512MB RAM - 20 GB SSD - 1TB Transfer - Ubuntu 13.10 64-bit server for this guide…

Transferring a Mumble-Server installation between servers

Quick and simple guide on moving your Mumble server database and configuration file. This guide is for Ubuntu 12.04 and later. cd /etc cp mumble-server.ini ~/. ps aux | grep murmur Note the process ID. kill PID_OF_MURMUR_SERVER cp /var/lib/mumble-server/mumble-server.sqlite ~/. cd zip mumble-server.zip…