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== Installation of Oxide 2.0 ==
 
== Installation of Oxide 2.0 ==

Revision as of 07:39, 19 August 2021

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Installation of Oxide 2.0

Configure Server
The first step is to check whether the server has the oxide option activated

This option is found under "Settings">"General" in the web interface.
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With the next restart, the Rust server starts with the latest Oxide version.


Add Admins

Required:

  • An AdminTool (Recommended is RustAdmin)
    • Rcon data for the tool:
      • IP: YOUR IP
      • Port: listed on your web interface in the dashboard
      • Rcon Port: listed on your web interface in the dashboard below the usage graphs
      • Rcon Password: YOUR RCON PASSWORD on the General settings of your web interface


Now the SteamID is needed. The profile URL can be copied in Steam profile with right-click. This link can now be inserted into the SteamID-Converter.


If this is done, RustAdmin can be logged in. (Please note: If "Copy" and "Paste" is used, one or more bookmarks may be creeping in).


Once you are successfully connected to the tool, the following command can be executed:

Ownerid EURE STEAMID64 (e.g., ownerid 1234567), and confirm with input. The command "server.writecfg" saves everything.


Now there are 3 new files (bans.cfg, server.cfg, and users.cfg) in the following directory: /rust/server/serverprofile/cfg


In the users.cfg file, the following should be entered: 'ownerid EURE STEAMID64 "unnamed" "no reason"' To add players other than Admin, it is only necessary to copy this line with the corresponding SteamID.