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How to Set Up a HLDS Non-Steam Server with CSL




HLDS stands for Half-Life Dedicated Server, which is an application used to run a dedicated server for Half-Life and its mods, such as Counter-Strike, without the client-side component. However, HLDS is no longer actively updated by Valve, and only receives occasional engine and security updates. This means that HLDS servers may not be compatible with the latest versions of Steam clients, and may have some bugs and vulnerabilities. To solve this problem, you can use dproto, which is a plugin for metamod that allows protocol 47 (Steam players) and protocol 48 (non-Steam players) clients to join the server. In this article, we will show you how to set up a HLDS non-Steam server with CSL, which is a Counter-Strike Launcher that allows you to easily manage your server settings and launch your server with one click.


Step 1: Download and Install HLDS




The first step is to download and install HLDS on your computer. You can use SteamCMD, which is a command-line version of Steam, to download HLDS and its game files. You can download SteamCMD from [here]. After downloading SteamCMD, extract it to a folder of your choice. Then, open a command prompt and navigate to the folder where you extracted SteamCMD. Type the following commands:


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login anonymous force_install_dir hldscs app_update 90 validate


This will download HLDS and Counter-Strike 1.6 files to the folder hldscs. You can change the folder name to anything you want, but make sure it does not contain any spaces or special characters. The app_update 90 command will download the latest version of HLDS and Counter-Strike 1.6. The validate option will check the integrity of the files and fix any corrupted or missing ones. Wait for the download to complete.


Step 2: Download and Install dproto




The next step is to download and install dproto, which is a plugin for metamod that allows both Steam and non-Steam players to join your server. You can download dproto from [here]. After downloading dproto, extract it to the folder where you installed HLDS. You should see a folder named cstrike inside your HLDS folder. This is where you will put dproto files. Copy the file dproto.dll from the bin folder of dproto to the cstrike/addons/metamod/dlls folder. Then, open the file cstrike/addons/metamod/plugins.ini with a text editor and add the following line at the end:


win32 addons/metamod/dlls/dproto.dll


This will tell metamod to load dproto as a plugin. You can also edit the file cstrike/dproto.cfg to change some settings of dproto, such as allowing or denying certain types of clients, logging client information, etc. For more details on dproto configuration, you can read the file cstrike/dproto_readme.txt.


Step 3: Download and Install CSL




The final step is to download and install CSL, which is a Counter-Strike Launcher that allows you to easily manage your server settings and launch your server with one click. You can download CSL from [here]. After downloading CSL, extract it to any folder of your choice. Then, run the file CSL.exe. You will see a window like this:



You can use CSL to change various settings of your server, such as server name, map cycle, game mode, password, etc. You can also add custom commands or plugins to your server by editing the file csl/csl.cfg. For more details on CSL configuration, you can read the file csl/csl_readme.txt.


Step 4: Launch Your Server




After you have configured your server settings with CSL, you are ready to launch your server. Simply click on the Start Server button in CSL window. This will open a console window where you can see your server status and logs. You can also use the console to enter commands or chat with players. To stop your server, you can either close the console window or click on the Stop Server button in CSL window.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to set up a HLDS non-Steam server with CSL. This will allow you to run a dedicated server for Counter-Strike 1.6 that can accept both Steam and non-Steam players. You can also use CSL to easily manage your server settings and launch your server with one click. We hope you have found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below.




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