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  1. Intro: By writing this tutorial current version is CentOS is # - for root $ - for normal user none for "doesn't matter which one you're using" but I'd rather prefer to don't change between users. You can check it with issuing for own system: # cat /etc/redhat-release and update with # yum check-update # yum distribution-synchronization Dependencies: Before we begin install dependencies: # yum install compat-readline5 compat readline5.i686 glibc if you face problems with missing packages just use this: # yum provides <libraryname (ex. libreadline.so.5)> and install packages that provide it with yum install , keep in mind there are different flavors for multiarch with .i686 .x86_64 suffix that also makes the difference. Then follow wiki https://wiki.multitheftauto.com/wiki/Installing_and_Running_MTASA_Server_on_GNU_Linux but look below because additionaly I described how to install resources: Main binary Download the latest stable Linux binaries from here: wget [url=http://linux.mtasa.com/dl/134/multitheftauto_linux-1.3.4.tar.gz]http://linux.mtasa.com/dl/134/multithef ... 3.4.tar.gz[/url] Unpack into a directory: tar -xf multitheftauto_linux* Default config Download the default config files: wget [url=http://linux.mtasa.com/dl/134/baseconfig-1.3.4.tar.gz]http://linux.mtasa.com/dl/134/baseconfig-1.3.4.tar.gz[/url] Unpack and move into the deathmatch directory: (Note: Only do this for new installations as it will overwrite any existing config files.) tar -xf baseconfig* mv baseconfig*/* multitheftauto_linux*/mods/deathmatch Test You can now test if the server will start correctly, by entering the install directory: cd multitheftauto_linux* and launching: ./mta-server or to launch server in background: ./mta-server -d Resources Go to deathmatch directory cd mods/deathmatch Create new directory named "resources" and enter it mkdir resources && cd resources Download resources (find latest version at http://mirror.mtasa.com/mtasa/resources/): wget [url=http://mirror.mtasa.com/mtasa/resources/mtasa-resources-r988.zip]http://mirror.mtasa.com/mtasa/resources ... s-r988.zip[/url] Extract resources with: unzip mtasa-resources-r988.zip then launch server again (guided as per Test section) Additional information: Any thoughts? Use official wiki it really describes every step to get set up optionally you will also need to edit files from your multitheftauto_linux*/mods/deathmatch directory mtaserver.conf and acl.xml but it's up to you what you will use to do it. I used vim editor as it comes installed by default, but for complete beginners nano is easier. Install it with: # yum install nano then edit files using it (CTRL+X keys to close file, at prompt use Y button and confirm with ENTER to save: nano multitheftauto_linux*/mods/deathmatch/mtaserver.conf nano multitheftauto_linux*/mods/deathmatch/acl.xml Used wiki to write it and own knowledge. Copy only on my permission please with a proper credits.
  2. Ok I'm using the free VPS provided by VPS.me. There's dedicated ipv6 that's not supported by MTA and shared ipv4 that need port forwarding to be done so I set it up like this Port name: Shared IP: Source Port: Destination Port: Protocol: 1. mtaserv 31.220.x.x 21113 22003 UDP 2. mtaase 31.220.x.x 21239 22126 UDP 3. mtaweb 31.220.x.x 21115 22005 TCP and connecting to my server using ipv4:21113 is stuck downloading files 0 b of 1,83mb but playable, can't get to UI controls though in game mode freeroam F1 or admin panel. Then after few minutes error CD20 pops "Error downloading requested files. Couldn't connect to server. [Failed connect to 31.220.x.x:22005; No error] [freeroam/help.xml]" Web ui is working fine. What's wrong with the game/server. Will anytime soon IPv6 support be added please?