View Full Version : Can I set up an XMP server?

8th December, 2003, 04:21 AM
I'm new to Unreal all together, but was asked if I could set up a public server for the XMP demo.

We have a linux server ready to go, but I don't know where to start. Are there even pure dedicated server files to get for XMP yet?

Any help is appreciated.

10th December, 2003, 06:47 PM
no linux support at all

you'll have to have a windows box for it

also, its a complete bitch CPU/bandwidth wise, i mean this thing takes the piss.

hope your box is a stunner coz its gonna use every drop of it

10th December, 2003, 07:23 PM
I would be interested in hosting a XMP dedicated server, I have a Xeon 2.0 ghz with 1.5 gb ram on a 1.5 mb conn.

Anyone have any idea how to setup a dedicated server, config options?

I know it's a new game, I was wondering if anyone has seem any guides or info.


10th December, 2003, 09:23 PM
I found this over at www.beyoundunreal.com

QAPete: How about it, guys? Dedicated server in our future?
Scott: All support you need for a standalone dedicated server is included in the release. As a dedicated server needs the assets, there would be nothing to be gained by a seperate "dedicated server" release which would be almost identical to the full install.

So the patch and CD 2 is all you need for dedicated install.

12th December, 2003, 11:15 PM
There will be no dedicated install, you just have to use the existing release. Linux release is probably not going to happen sometime soon anyway.

16th December, 2003, 02:01 AM
1.Open Your U2XMP.ini

2.Enable Web Remote Part1
;ServerActors=UWeb.WebServer // delete ";"

3.Enabale WebRemote Part 2
//If you wish to use other Port. add and change this Line(Default is 80)
MaxConnections=1 //Access Limit to WebRemote Page

4.set your ID and Pass word

5.Access to Your WebRemote Page
http://localhost:portnum/ or http://localIP:portnum/


18th January, 2004, 10:32 PM
how about setting up a dedicated XMP demo server? I need it to work through a batch file for example, since I don't have a 3D card, but have Athlon XP 3200, 1.5gb RAM, and a strong internet connection through work.

19th January, 2004, 03:19 AM
Actualy, I figured it out, thanx anyways