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스팀 콘솔 클라이언트 또는 스팀CMD 는 스팀 클라이언트의 콘솔 버전입니다. 이 프로그램의 주된 용도는 콘솔 인터페이스를 사용하여 스팀에서 사용할 수 있는 다양한 게임 전용 서버를 설치하고 업데이트하는 것입니다. SteamPipe 콘텐츠 시스템을 사용하는 게임에서 작동합니다. 모든 게임 서버가 더 이상 사용하지 않는 HLDSUpdateTool 에서 스팀CMD로 이전되었습니다.

스팀CMD 다운로드

윈도우

1. 스팀CMD를 위한 폴더를 생성합니다.

예시

C:\steamcmd

2. Windows 용 SteamCMD 다운로드: https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steamcmd.zip

3. 생성한 폴더에 압축을 풀으세요.

리눅스

스팀CMD를 안전하게 실행하기 위해 steam 이라는 사용자 계정을 생성해서, 나머지 운영체제와 분리하십시오. root 사용자로 스팀CMD를 실행하지 마십시오 - 그렇게 하는 것은 보안 상의 위험이 있습니다.

1. root 사용자로 steam 사용자를 생성하세요:

useradd -m steam

2. 그 다음 홈 폴더로 이동하세요:

cd /home/steam

배포 저장소에서 설치하기

1. 가능하다면, 배포 저장소에서 스팀CMD 패키지를 설치하는 것이 좋습니다:

우분투/데비안

sudo apt-get install steamcmd

RedHat/CentOS

yum install steamcmd

아치 리눅스: AUR에서 스팀CMD 설치.

2. Link the steamcmd executable:

ln -s /usr/games/steamcmd steamcmd

수동으로 설치하기

1. 시작하기 전에 먼저 스팀CMD 실행에 필요한 종속성 패키지를 설치해야 합니다:

우분투/데비안 64 비트

sudo apt-get install lib32gcc1

RedHat/CentOS

yum install glibc libstdc++

RedHat/CentOS 64 비트

yum install glibc.i686 libstdc++.i686

2. root 권한을 이용하여, steam 사용자에게 전달합니다:

su - steam

root 사용자로 로그인하지 않고 진행하기 위해서는 sudo를 사용해서, steam 사용자에게 전달하세요:

sudo -iu steam

3. 스팀CMD를 위한 디렉토리를 생성하고 디렉토리로 이동하세요.

mkdir ~/Steam && cd ~/Steam

4. Linux 용 스팀CMD를 다운로드하고 추출하세요.

curl -sqL "https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steamcmd_linux.tar.gz" | tar zxvf -

OS X

1. Terminal.app (터미널)을 열고 스팀CMD를 위한 디렉토리를 생성합니다.

mkdir ~/Steam && cd ~/Steam

2. OS X 용 스팀CMD를 다운로드하고 추출하세요.

curl -sqL "https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steamcmd_osx.tar.gz" | tar zxvf -

스팀CMD 실행

처음 실행할 경우, 스팀CMD가 자동으로 업데이트되면서 Steam> 프롬프트로 들어갑니다. 자세한 내용은 help 를 입력하세요.

윈도우

명령 프롬프트를 열고 스팀CMD를 시작하세요.

cd C:\steamcmd
steamcmd

리눅스/OS X

터미널을 열고 스팀CMD를 시작하세요.

배포 저장소의 패키지를 사용하여 설치한 경우:

cd ~
steamcmd

수동으로 설치한 경우:

cd ~/Steam
./steamcmd.sh

스팀CMD 로그인

익명

대부분의 게임 서버를 다운로드하는 건 익명 계정으로 다운로드할 수 있습니다.

login anonymous

스팀 계정으로

일부 서버는 스팀 계정으로 로그인해야 합니다.

Note:보안 상의 이유로 서버 다운로드용 스팀 계정을 새로 만드는 것이 좋습니다.
Note:사용자는 한개의 클라이언트에만 로그인할 수 있습니다 (그래픽 클라이언트와 스팀CMD 포함.
login <사용자 이름>

그런 다음 암호를 입력하세요.

사용자 계정에 Steam Guard가 활성화 된 경우, 메일함에서 Steam Guard 액세스 코드를 확인하고 입력하세요. 이것은 처음 로그인할 때만 필요합니다 (스팀CMD가 로그인 정보를 저장하는 파일을 삭제할 때).

계정에 성공적으로 로그인했다는 메세지가 나타납니다.

서버 다운로드

1. 스팀CMD를 시작하고 로그인하세요.

2. 서버 설치 디렉토리를 설정하세요. (참고: 리눅스/OS X에서는 슬래시를 사용하고 윈도우에서는 백 슬래시를 사용하세요.)

force_install_dir <경로>

예. 현재 디렉토리 안에 cs_go 라는 디렉토리가 있는 경우:

force_install_dir ./cs_go/

윈도우: force_install_dir c:\cs_go\

3. app_update 명령어를 사용하여 서버를 설치하거나 업데이트하세요 (Steam Application ID 보기). Please check here for the dedicated server list: Dedicated server list. To also validate the app, add validate to the command. To download a beta branch, use the -beta <betaname> option – for example, the HLDS beta branch is named beta and the SrcDS beta branch is named prerelease. Some beta branches are protected by a password; to be able to download from them, also add the -betapassword <password> option.

app_update <app_id> [-beta <betaname>] [-betapassword <password>] [validate]

HLDS is a special case: the App ID is always 90 and a mod must be chosen first. This is done by setting the app config option mod to the requested value.

app_set_config <app_id> <option_name> <option_value>
Example: Install and validate the Counter Strike: Global Offensive dedicated server:
app_update 740 validate
Example: Install and validate HLDS with Team Fortress Classic:
app_set_config 90 mod tfc
app_update 90 validate
Bug: HLDS (appid 90) currently requires multiple runs of the app_update command before all the required files are successfully installed. Simply run app_update 90 validate multiple times until no more updates take place.
Example: Install and validate beta version of HLDS (Half-Life):
app_update 90 -beta beta validate
Example: install and validate beta version of the Counter Strike: Source dedicated server:
app_update 232330 -beta prerelease validate
Example: install and validate a private beta version of the Natural Selection 2 dedicated server (name alpha, password natsel):
[beta name] is the name of the private beta branch
[beta code] is the password for the private beta branch
app_update 4940 -beta alpha -betapassword natsel validate

3. Once finished, type quit to properly log off of the Steam servers.

quit

Validate

validate

Validate is a command that will check all the server files to make sure they match the SteamCMD files. This command is useful if you think that files may be missing or corrupted.

Note:Validation will overwrite any files that have been changed. This may cause issues with customized servers. For example, if you customize mapcycle.txt, this file will be overwritten to the server default. Any files that are not part of the default installation will not be affected.

It is recommended you use this command only on initial installation and if there are server issues.

Supported Servers

A list of known servers that use SteamCMD to install is available on the Dedicated Servers List page. Note that any extra commands listed need to be executed before the app_update line.

Automating SteamCMD

There are two ways to automate SteamCMD. (Replace steamcmd with ./steamcmd.sh on Linux/OS X.)

Command line

Note:When using the -beta option on the command line, it must be quoted in a special way, such as +app_update "90 -beta beta".
Note:If this does not work, try putting it like "+app_update 90 -beta beta" instead.

Append the commands to the command line prefixed with plus characters, e.g.:

steamcmd +login anonymous +force_install_dir ../csgo_ds +app_update 740 +quit

To install a specific game mod for HL1, such as Counter-Strike: Condition Zero:

steamcmd +login anonymous +force_install_dir ../czero +app_set_config 90 mod czero +app_update 90 +quit

For a game that requires logins, like Killing Floor:

steamcmd +login <username> <password> +force_install_dir c:\KFServer\ +app_update 215350 +quit

Creating a script

1. Put your SteamCMD commands in a text file. (You may add comments which start with //.) Example:

// update_csgo_ds.txt
//
@ShutdownOnFailedCommand 1 //set to 0 if updating multiple servers at once
@NoPromptForPassword 1
login <username> <password>
//for servers which don't need a login
//login anonymous 
force_install_dir ../csgo_ds
app_update 740 validate
quit

2. Run SteamCMD with the +runscript option, referring to the file you created previously. Example:

steamcmd +runscript csgo_ds.txt

Cross-Platform Installation

It is possible to choose the platform for which SteamCMD should download files, even if it isn't the platform it is currently running on. This is done using the @sSteamCmdForcePlatformType variable. (Yes, those are two "s"es at the beginning of the variable name.) For example, to download the Windows CSGO dedicated server on Linux, you can run the following command:

./steamcmd.sh +@sSteamCmdForcePlatformType windows +login anonymous +force_install_dir ../csgo_ds +app_update 740 validate +quit

or use the following script:

@ShutdownOnFailedCommand 1
@NoPromptForPassword 1
@sSteamCmdForcePlatformType windows
login anonymous
force_install_dir ../csgo_ds
app_update 740 validate
quit

The supported values are windows, macos and linux.

Windows Software/Scripts

condenser

condenser is a bootstrapper for installing, configuring, & launching Steam dedicated server apps.

SteamCMD AutoUpdater

Install and automatically update any game server

GitHub Repo: https://github.com/C0nw0nk/SteamCMD-AutoUpdate-Any-Gameserver

SteamCMD GUI

This tool allows the user to use SteamCMD on Windows without command lines and/or batch files.

GitHub Repo: https://github.com/DioJoestar/SteamCMD-GUI

SteamCMD Guardian 1.2

View and download here: http://pastebin.com/BRUbsGQh

Linux Scripts

Linux Game Server Managers

Linux Game Server Managers

LinuxGSM is the command line tool for quick, simple deployment and management of dedicated game servers, using SteamCMD.

Features

  • Backup
  • Console
  • Details
  • Installer (SteamCMD)
  • Monitor
  • Alerts (Email, Pushbullet)
  • Update (SteamCMD)
  • Start/Stop/Restart server

Supported Servers

There are now 70+ different game servers supported and rising. For a full list visit the website.

Links

Website: https://gameservermanagers.com

GitHub Repo: https://github.com/GameServerManagers/LinuxGSM

SteamCMD Guardian 1.2

The following script was tested on Debian Wheezy.

View and download here: http://pastebin.com/hcpMpmaZ


Installation

To make this script work, we need a location. Preferably you created a user (e.g. steam) with it's own home directory (/home/steam) and are logged in as it via SSH, tty or using su.

  1. Make the file.
    nano updateserver.sh
  2. Paste in the code
  3. Modify the code, add at least 1 game to the DL_SV*= rows.
  4. Close the file with Ctrl+O, followed by Enter and concluding with Ctrl+X.
  5. Give the file execute rights for the user
    chmod u+x ./updateserver.sh
  6. Run the file
    ./updateserver.sh

The file will auto-download SteamCMD, update it and install all chosen games (up to 4). Run the file again to update the games.

Known issues

ERROR! Failed to install app 'xxxxxx' (No subscription)

If you get the 'No subscription' error, the game/server you are trying to download either requires a login or that you have purchased the game. You will therefore have to log in with a Steam username and password – if that doesn't help, you may need to purchase a copy of the game on Steam first. See Dedicated Servers List.

Note:For security reasons it is recommended that you create a new Steam account just for your dedicated servers.

For example

steamcmd +login <username> <password>

32-bit libraries on 64-bit Linux systems

Since SteamCMD is a 32-bit binary, 32-bit libraries are required.

The following error may occur:

steamcmd: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

The resolution depends on your distro:

Debian based distributions (Ubuntu, Mint, etc.)

sudo apt-get install lib32stdc++6
Note:ia32-libs are not required to install SteamCMD; lib32gcc1 is enough.

With Debian 7 "Wheezy" you may encounter this error:

The following packages have unmet dependencies: ia32-libs : Depends: ia32-libs-multiarch but it is not installable
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

To fix this, do the following:

 dpkg --add-architecture i386
 apt-get update
 apt-get install lib32gcc1

Red Hat based distributions (RHEL, Fedora, CentOS, etc.)

yum install glibc.i686 libstdc++.i686

Arch Linux

Don't forget to first enable the multilib repository.

pacman -S lib32-gcc-libs

Login Failure: No Connection

On linux servers, you may experience a "Login Failure: No Connection" error. This is related to missing iptables rules. You will want something along these lines:

iptables -A INPUT -p udp -m udp --sport 27000:27030 --dport 1025:65355 -j ACCEPT
iptables -A INPUT -p udp -m udp --sport 4380 --dport 1025:65355 -j ACCEPT

The port list is found here: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=8571-GLVN-8711&l=english

On Windows servers, you may experience "SteamUpdater: Error: Download failed: http error 0" and "SteamUpdater: Error: Steam needs to be online to update. Please confirm your network connection and try again.". This is usually fixed by checking "Automatically detect settings" in IE (Internet Explorer) through the lan settings in the Internet option menu.

  1. Open Internet Explorer (IE).
  2. Click on ToolsInternet Options
  3. Click on the Connections tab
  4. At the bottom, you should see Local Area Network (LAN) Settings.
  5. Check the first box (Automatically detect settings)
  6. Hit OK, and Apply. Try running the SteamCMD again; if it still doesn't work. try lowering your Internet Security level zone to medium or lower. You can find that in the Security tab in Internet Options.

SteamCMD startup errors

Unable to locate a running instance of Steam

You may get the following error when starting a server with Linux:

[S_API FAIL] SteamAPI_Init() failed; unable to locate a running instance of Steam, or a local steamclient.dll.

Resolve the issue by linking steamclient.so to the ~/.steam/sdk32/steamclient.so directory:

ln -s steamcmd/linux32/steamclient.so ~/.steam/sdk32/steamclient.so

ulimit Linux startup error

Some users may get a ulimit error (no permission/cannot open file) while script is starting up. This error caused by a low setting of the -n parameter (number of file descriptors) of ulimit. SteamCMD uses standard commands inside of the initialization shell script to change the ulimit automatically, but some servers may forbid increasing ulimit values after startup (or beyond a limit set by root).

This can be fixed by changing the file descriptor number ulimit:

ulimit -n 2048

If an error appears (no permission), you will have to log in as root to change the parameter. To check the current setting, type ulimit -a; the system will reply with many rows, you need to find one:

open files                      (-n) 1024

In this case, 1024 is the current value.

root can also modify the limits in the /etc/security/limits.conf file.

In most instances you will simply get a warning message however it will not stop SteamCMD from running.

Only the HLDS engine is downloaded

When trying to download a HL1 mod like TFC, initially it only downloads the engine files of the HLDS, but not the mod. This happens with both the regular version and the beta. You may have to try multiple times until all the required files are downloaded, but once this is done, the files should update correctly next time.

Work-around for this issue here: http://danielgibbs.co.uk/2017/10/hlds-steamcmd-workaround-appid-90-part-ii/

Just deleting the appmanifest files, without downloading replacements from a third party, may work as well! You will get an error at first though, complaining that something went wrong, which is due to the deleted files.

On a side note, for some reason CS is always installed as well.

See Also