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Here are my server specs so you can get an idea of what kind of computer you can run a dedicated server on of course more is better so just keep in mind that there are factors that come into play when hosting a dedicated server yourself. Like internet up/down speed, processor speed, ram, hard drive space.

AMD Athlon 1.2ghz

512mb PC-133 RAM

Linksys 10/100 NIC card

60gb Western Digital Hard Drive

Ubuntu Server 9.04

First things first login as root (if not already).

su

Next navigate to "/usr/local/games" and make a directory named hlds. This directory will hold all of the files for your dedicated server. Once steam is installed you will have a "hl2" folder and also a "cstrike" folder. We will only deal with the cstrike folder for this how to.

cd /usr/local/games

mkdir hlds

cd hlds

Now you will need to download the hldsupdatetool.bin from steam. This is the main install file for steam.

storefront.steampowered.com/download/hldsupdatetool.bin

After the bin file has been downloaded we need to make it executable so we can install steam. To make the.bin file executable

chmod +x hldsupdatetool.bin

Then execute the bin file by issuing the following command:

./hldsupdatetool.bin

Agree to the disclaimer

type yes

It will now extract a readme.txt and steam file into the directory. Execute the steam file so it can update it will take a few minutes. (You might have to do it twice)

./steam

Now we have to tell it what game we want to run. For this how to we will choose "Counter-Strike Source".

./steam -command update -game "Counter-Strike Source" -dir.

You now have a default Counter Strike Source dedicated server.

cd cstrike

/maps/ - is where all of the maps and waypoints are stored

/mapcycle.txt - is the list of maps it runs

So now that we have a base install lets make it a little more fun and automated.
First if you do not already have it installed, install the package "screen".

apt-get update

apt-get install screen

Screen will help you to run your dedicated server while you are configuring and testing the settings. We will come back to using screen in a moment. For now just install it.
Next we need to configure our server.cfg file. I have made a generic server.cfg file for you to download that has bots etc. You can download it here. Copy this file to your server and place it in the "/usr/local/games/hlds/cstrike/cfg/" folder.
Now we are ready to start the Counter Strike Source server. Type the following to get a server started.

screen

./srcds_run -console -game cstrike +map de_dust +maxplayers 16 -autoupdate

Ctrl-a followed by Ctrl-d (optional this will detach from screen)

Now run your cs client and goto LAN and wait for it to show up in the list. Double click on it to connect. Password=thisismypass (if you are using my server.cfg file)
You now have a vanilla Counter Strike Source server up and running. I would suggest if you are going to open your server up to the public to install either "Mani_Admin_Plugin" or "SourceMod" these will allow you to administer your server from the game and set many more options and fun things for your server.

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The purpose of this article is to help the reader optimize his mouse for Counter-Strike.

The two main factors that come into play when deciding which mouse to use for gaming are ergonomics and how many extra buttons the mouse has. The ergonomics part is obvious, gamers want a mouse that feels comfortable and natural to use. Nobody can well with a mouse that contorts the user's fingers in awkward ways. The second part is less obvious. Commonly, a player's right hand is used primarily for aiming/shooting, which in reality is underutilizing since all it takes is one finger and wrist. This article will focus on how to take advantage of the extra buttons on your mouse to optimize your gaming experience. While this guide assumes that you are using a Logitech MX518, any mouse with multiple buttons other than the standard mouse1/mouse2/mousewheel will do.

The first thing to change is the mouse wheel action. As default, scrolling the mouse wheel will rotate through your weapons. This is pretty useless because no one should use his mouse wheel to switch to a new weapon. A much more practical use for the mouse wheel is for jumping. You may wonder what the point of jumping with your mouse wheel is when you can already jump by pressing space bar. The answer is that it is practically impossible to bunny hop while using your space bar. It is much easier to bunny hop while using your mouse wheel. Type the following commands into your console:

bind mwheelup "+jump"
bind mwheeldown "+jump"

Note that you should still leave space bar as your normal jump key. You should only use your mouse wheel to jump when you are attempting to bunny hop.

The next thing to do is to make your nades easily accessible. Scrolling through your nades menu by repeatedly pressing '4' can be an annoying and time consuming process, especially if you have multiple enemies rushing you and you desperately need to pull out that flash right away. Luckily, you can skip that step and select immediately which grenade you by just pressing a button on your mouse. The best way is to assign a separate button on your mouse to each type of nade. Which button is assigned to which nade is purely based on personal preference. I personally use mouse3 for HE grenades, mouse4 for smokes and mouse5 for flashbangs. To set this up, type these commands into your console:

bind "mouse3" "use weapon_hegrenade"
bind "mouse4" "use weapon_smokegrenade"
bind "mouse5" "use weapon_flashbang"

Which button you use for each type of grenade is entirely up to you and doesn't make much of a difference. A different common setup is to not use mouse3 at all and to bind HE nades and flashes to mouse4 and mouse5, respectively, since most of the time when you throw a smoke, you are in a safe area and thus aren't in a rush to throw it. I suggest that you try different setups and stick with the one you like the most.

Even if your mouse isn't a mx518 and it has more buttons, I don't recommend that you bind anything to them. CS/CSS is a game where anyone could be around any corner, and therefore you should always have your index finger on the trigger.

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