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Old 09-17-2011, 06:08 PM
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General MOHAA Server CFG questions

I have a dedicated machine running TCAdmin for MOHAA. I have some general questions on this server as its using configs from a previous admin.

It launches from a command line setup like so:

+set dedicated 2 +set net_ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx +set net_port 12203 +set sv_maxclients 24 +exec server.cfg +map obj/obj_team1

So, the config file in this case is server.cfg

This is what it has inside the server.cfg Im questioning:

seta g_password "xxxxxxx"
seta rconpassword "xxxxxxx"
set rconpassword "xxxxxxx"
seta sv_privatePassword "xxxxxxx"


I dont know why its "SET" and "SETA" for rconpassword as my understanding in config files the "set" command sets the server variable for the time being, "seta" writes the variable to the .cfg and is only erased if you remove it from the .cfg or if you "seta" the same command with a different variable.

Is this redundant in this config? Why would there be two for rconpassword? Should I remove the set rconpassword "xxxxxxx" to clean up the config?
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Old 09-17-2011, 07:32 PM
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its not a game stopper - you can comment that line out and keep it for reference.
I used "seta" for rcon.
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