GCFScape is a small tool that can open and extract from GCF files that are utilized by Steam for game content storage. GCFScape 1.7.1 or better is required to open VPK files.
To browse the base content of a game using VPK, you must open the index file When a GCF is opened, the program will appear like this: Clicking the little button, you can browse the folders clicking on them so they expand and show subfolders like so, then clicking on a folder will show the contents to the right: Right clicking a file will bring up a context menu from where you can extract from: Clicking this will bring up a window where you can choose your save location: Clicking OK will extract the file to your chosen location.
The server can then be run with: $ screen -m -S tf2.
Map Name Here -t Map Name Here /home/Username/hlserver/srcds_run -game tf map Map File Name Here -maxplayers 32 -autoupdate -steam_dir /home/Username/hlserver/ -steamcmd_script /home/Username/hlserver/tf2_sv_shutdown_timeout_minutes 5 -port 27015 exec mapcyclefile . In the event of unexpected power outages, it might be useful to automatically restart your server.
But then it also says that its 100% completed and that I don't have enough disk space which is complete bull I have 119 GB free...For systems that have systemd instead of init scripts you need to make a systemd service Make a file at /etc/systemd/system/ called tf2server.service and put the following text into it: This should run the shell script at /home/tf2server/hlserver/tf2 at server boot.You can change /home/tf2server/hlserver/tf2in the Exec Start=/bin/sh /home/tf2server/hlserver/tf2line of the tf2server.service to the path your shell script for running the server is. Starting from today every time I start it up, it validates the steam cache files. One time I somehow managed to launch it, then my computer crashed because it was running to much stuff and now I can't get back on at all.It's okay if you can't help, but if you have any experience with this issue, it would be great.