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Update: this installation manual may be outdated. Please check here for an up to date guide http://squad.gamepedia.com/Server_Configuration Hello guys, finally - they are here: the Squad Linux Server Files - and they work just fine ! Here is a short installation manual for experienced linux users. A more detailed manual will be added later by @Nordic The Squad Wiki will be also updated briefly. Precondition: SteamCMD needs to be installed on your machine - see https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/SteamCMD 1. create a folder for your squad server - e.g. "SquadServer" 2. open a terminal and change to your SteamCMD folder 3. create a text file and name it for e.g. "UpdateSquadServer.sh". Make the file executable chmod +x UpdateSquadServer.sh 4. open the file and add the command line for installing/updating your server. Example #!/bin/sh ./steamcmd.sh +login anonymous +force_install_dir ../SquadServer +app_update 403240 validate (in this case the folder "SquadServer" is located within the same folder were "SteamCMD" is located.) 5. install your server by executing "UpdateSquadServer.sh" ./UpdateSquadServer.sh 6. configure your server (see http://squad.gamepedia.com/Server_Configuration) 7. within your server folder add another shell script (see 2.) and name it for e.g. "StartServer.sh". Make the file executable (see 2.) 8. open the file and add the command line for starting your server like this #!/bin/sh ./SquadServer.sh Port=7787 QueryPort=27165 FIXEDMAXPLAYERS=80 RANDOM=NONE -log 9. make sure you have opened the necessary ports (see http://squad.gamepedia.com/Server_Configuration "PORTS TO OPEN") 10. start the server by executing "StartServer.sh" So far tested on - CentOS 7 - Debian 8.7.1 - Suse 42.2 Leap - Ubuntu 16.04 If you are using an older linux version than listed above, the server may not start. If this is the case, make sure "glibc 2.17" or higher and "GLIBCXX_3.4.15 " or higher are installed on your system. Have Fun
Hi guys, Im working with the Escalation 1985 team as a material artist, and we want to integrate Substance into the engine. The plugin is in the Asset Marketplace for UE, but so far i havent been able to install it. Either via store and manually. We want to implement Substance so we can do dynamic material instancing where each instance is seeded, and we want to be able to do real time edits on some materials, as well as control over resolution without the need to reimport. Now here's my question, what can i do to install the plugin? Thanks in advance, best regards, KVriend :).
Hi players! I'm from the Philippines and I don't know anything about Squad aside from what I watch from Youtube. And it's f*&^king awesome! I wanna play it! But I can't seem to find information regarding the following: 1. System requirements 2. How to connect to servers/join sessions. 3. I saw some of the contents in this forum regarding updates and different versions, how do I update mine? 4. Are there any players here who are also from the Philippines? 5. Our internet connections here in the PH is really ****ed up. Will I be able to connect at least in the region of asia? (I have GTA V online and i can play it seamlessly) 6. Can you give me a link for something to read that will be very helpful for a newbie. Thank you! Cheers!
This post is outdated - since Steam Early Access you can no longer download Squad via Torrent. What is Torrent? Torrent, or more correctly called "BitTorrent", is a protocol for peer-to-peer file sharing (see Wikipedia for more information). In order to download files with Torrent, you need to use a Torrent client. A large number of Torrent clients exist. Torrent is frequently used on the Internet nowadays, particuarly when downloading large files. Torrent download normally has the advantage that it is faster and more reliant than a direct download. Instead of downloading from a single source - a server far far away, where all users attempt to download at the same time, you download from peers in your region or with fast network access. You can also download simultaneously from multiple peers. All this is handled automatically by the Torrent client. Of course it assumes that enough seeding is available (see very end of this post on seeding). If no seeding is available, direct download might be faster. I would recommand either using Deluge (Wikipedia, Homepage for download) or µTorrent (Wikipedia, Homepage for download). Deluge is open-source and entirely adware-free, µTorrent includes ads which you can only remove when you pay for µTorrent. Also, when going through the installation of µTorrent you have to take care not to include the crap it will try to install as well. However, µTorrent is among the most often used clients on the Internet. Decide which Torrent client you want to use and download and install it on your computer. ComedyInK has written instructions on how to use Deluge here. If you want to use µTorrent, follow the instructions below. All Torrent clients work very similarly though. Careful, from the Squad Alpha Portal you download only the Torrent configuration file (Wikipedia) for the Torrent client. This file is very small and is used by a Torrent client to start the actual download of the Squad zip file. How to use µTorrent for downloading Squad? Start µTorrent. The start screen looks like this. You can start a Torrent download either by providing a Torrent configuration file (click on the plus symbol) or by pointing to a web address (URL) that provides the Torrent configuration (click on the hyperlink symbol). If you want to download via Torrent configuration file, you need to download the file from the Squad Alpha Portal first and then feed it to µTorrent. If you choose the web address option, enter the link to Squad's Torrent configuration. You can copy & paste the link directly from the Squad Alpha Portal and click OK. The web address option is the easiest and fastest way to download. Confirm the Torrent configuration screen below with OK. Download starts. Wait until the download is finished. Now you have the Squad zip file downloaded. You find it in your download folder. You can also just double-click the zip file in µTorrent and it will open your download folder. If a warning pops up, click "continue". Here it is - your downloaded Squad zip file, ready to be installed. On how to install Squad please refer to the Squad manual. A final notes To help others from the Squad community to download Squad via Torrent, you should seed your download. Seeding is a term used with Torrents and refers to making your download available to other Torrent users in the Torrent network. Torrent is based on peer-to-peer file sharing. Other Torrent users will download from other Torrent users close to them instead of downloading the files from a central server. All you need to do in order to seed: after you finished the download, let the Torrent client continue running, don't close it. It will automatically start seeding. Please do this also for following days - just start your Turrent client when you PC is running. After a new Squad build was made available, lots of people will be downloading in for the following days. Contribute to the community be providing Torrent seeding. This will help Squadies in your region to download Squad faster than without your help. Thanks. Active seeding looks like this:
The official Squad wiki has arrived - hooray! Read the announcement here. The user manual will now retire and its content transfer to the wiki. Read more about the transfer process here. There will be no more updates coming out for the user manual and version 1.1 will remain the last and final version of the user manual. The porting process will taking time, meanwhile please keep reading the user manual here. But bear in mind the manual is outdated and does not represent the current state of the game. The Official Squad User Manual Download Download version 1.1 of the Squad User Manual (English) Download version 1.1 of the Squad User Manual (French/Français) - translated by Nightstalker21, ayente and molomo58 Download version 1.1 of the Squad User Manual (Turkish/Türkçe) - translated by Aragorn, Shark, Jedarus, Officer, Synche and Woape Download version 1.1 of the Squad User Manual (Spanish/Español) - translated by Gal4ct1c Download version 1.1 of the Squad User Manual (Polish/Polski) - translated by LoneRanger, Fresz, Maniek, Popo and mastah4 NEW! Download version 1.0 of the Squad User Manual (German/Deutsch) - translated by r0tzbua Download version 1.0 of the Squad User Manual (Italian/Italiano) - translated by Ganzino Download version 1.0 of the Squad User Manual (Hebrew) - translated by WarFox89 Preface The manual has come a long way. Usgu's "Unoffical Squad Alpha Manual" has grown into the "Official Squad User Manual", just in time to introduce our game to the new Riflemen and Early Access players. This is for you, guys. Using the manual Obviously, read it, particularly if you are new to Squad. I also think that even Squad veterans can learn one or two things from the manual, too - so at least have a look through. You will see some background information at the start of the manual and troubleshooting and additional information at the end of the manual. Hopefully, all useful stuff for you guys. I would also like to see that, where appropriate, questions on the forums are answered by referring to the manual, ideally with specific page reference. If that answer is in the manual, why would you want to write up that information again and again if all you have to do is refer to a page? Additional side effect is that people are being made aware of the manual and will be using it themselves to look for answers in the future. Basically, you have taught them to help themselves. That is always a good thing. A useful tip: When you are using Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing the manual, open up the booksmarks. All chapters are listed there and this makes navigating the manual a dream. Contributions Help from the community for this manual is more than welcome and needed. Post your suggestions for the manual in this thread or send me a PM. I am sure you will find missing or incorrect information and many spelling mistakes. There is is always room to make things better. If something is not in the manual but you think it should be, let me know. The manual will not answer all questions, but it should answer all game-related questions pretty competently. So if you see some questions reoccurring again and again on the forums and they are within the scope of the manual, put a link to such discussion in this thread and I will consider adding this kind of information to the manual. As I do not have the time to follow all discussions on the forums anymore, it would be very useful if you point out such discussions to me. If you have free time at hand and really want to contribute to the manual, become a co-author or assistant. There is always something to do on the manual, particularly after a new update has come out. Write new text, update text, improve text, take new screenshots, proofread, apply visual improvements to the manual. The list is endless. Any task you help out with makes a contribution. If you want to become part of the manual team, send me a PM. Translations Existing translations are listed under the section "Download" above. If you are contemplating to write a new translation of the manual or you are already part of the translation team and looking for more information, head over to following post for more information. Linking to the manual If you want to link to the manual, please use the forum post: http://forums.joinsquad.com/topic/4766-the-squad-user-manual/ If you want to directly link to a PDF, use the following link - it will always contain the latest English manual: http://downloads.joinsquad.com/Manual/Squad_Manual_Latest.pdf Do not link directly to the PDF of a particular manual version. Very soon that link will be out-of-date when a new manual revision has been released. If you are in-game and you want to tell others of the manual, you type into text chat the following short URL (kindly provided by invisible.nin/SINE): http://tinyurl.com/squadmanual Alternatively, you can refer them to the "Questions" subforum - this thread is pinned there and easy to find. The manual even has its own subforum section in the main forum overview - you can't miss it. Other Squad documents The Cheesy Tactical Guide by =AMG=Cheesy_LeScrub - the best tactical guide available for Squad at the moment. Quick Start guide in Polish by LoneRanger - gets you started into Squad real quick, if you understand Polish.