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In this guide, you will learn how to set up an Unturned 2.2.5 server on a Vultr VPS running CentOS 6.
Note: This is an edited version of Unturned that doesn't require SteamCMD to install. It also allows you to run multiple instances of the server, uses less ram, and runs more efficiently.
Update the system:
yum update -y
Install the following packages for the Unturned server to work:
yum install screen unzip git -y
i386 architecture support:
yum --enablerepo=base-i386 --disablerepo=base-x86_64 yum update
Then, install these libraries:
yum install --enablerepo=base-i386 --disablerepo=base-x86_64 lib32stdc++6 mono-runtime mono-devel libmono-cil-dev mono-reference-assemblies-2.0 libc6-dev.i386 -y
Download the server files:
wget https://github.com/Unturned/server/releases/download/4.2/unturned-linux-dedicated.tar.gz wget https://github.com/Horsuna/Unturned/releases/download/1/Managed.zip
Extract the server files:
tar -zxvf unturned-linux-dedicated.tar.gz
Move files into the server folder:
mv Managed.zip unturned-bin/Unturned_Data/
Now go to the
Unzip the archived files:
Run your newly installed Unturned 2.2.5 server:
cd ../ chmod +x dedicated.sh ./dedicated.sh
AdminCommands is a great way to have some control over your server as it does not have a console.
Note: You will need to be in the
unturned-bin directory for this part.
git to get a clone of the mod files on your server.
git clone https://github.com/Horsuna/Unturned.git cd Unturned
Confirm that the files got cloned properly using
ls, output should appear as follows:
ls AdminCommands.dll Assembly-CSharp.dll ModLoader.dll README.md
ModLoader and the
AdminCommands into the server's files:
mv * ../Unturned_Data/Managed/
Make a new directory for the
AdminCommands mod into the mods directory
mv AdminCommands.dll mods/
You have successfully installed Unturned 2.2.5 with AdminCommands on CentOS 6.