This is my first time I want to run a UT3 server on Linux. I use Debian Squeeze (6) 64-bit as operating system. I try to follow the steps on http://forums.epicgames.com/threads/...dicated-Server but I keep getting a 'Segmentation fault' error while trying to run the .bin-file (./UT3-linux-server-12172007.bin) to let it install the server files.
As I saw on the forum there are some problems caused by SELINUX. I've tried to disable it, but I'm not really sure if it's disabled as I keep getting the error. When I typ this as root: 'cat /selinux/enforce' it shows me 0 (as far as I understand this means SELINUX is turned of?). I have rebooted the system and also downloaded the .bin-file from other minors.
I hope someone of you professionals are able to help me further so I can play this awsome game with my friends!
Thanks for the response! First of all, how do I check the md5 in Debian? Also, like I've told, I've downloaded the file from different minors. Also I didn't update anything because the tutorial tells me I have to install (extract) the bin-file first. Or am I wrong?
EDIT: I've checked the MD5 of the file (UT3-linux-server-12172007.bin) and it is the same as yours: 70149f802efc087455a87f92c1485982. So the file is not corrupt. Is there any other reason why I get the segmentation fault? Do I need to run the patches first?
if rattlesn4k3 cant help you then i doubt anyone else can.
- i can only suggest an expansion of your search; maybe to encompass all games-
// or at least all unreal games; that have encountered a similar issue with "segmentations faults"
- maybe something from ut2004 might help [dunno i just speculating] http://www.unrealadmin.org/forums/sh...ad.php?t=30593
I've already tried some fixes from UT2004. But they do not fix anything. So here is my question again: do I need to apply the patches first before I try to run the bin-file? By doing ./UT3-linux-server-12172007.bin it should begin extracting (installing) itself, or am I wrong?
The linux support for UT3 (UnrealEngine 3) is very limited. I would suggest to use a different linux distribution (if it's an OS problem). Or try to get more information on searching the web.
The bin file is a installer. Yes.