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Since version 18.104.22.168 introduced a nifty modloader to the game, mods have now their own folder. This means no more cluttered folders aswell as easy installing and uninstalling of mods!!! Windows (please correct me you windows folks^^) Go to your Zomboid folder C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Zomboid\Find the /mods folder (it should contain an examplemod folder already).Drag and drop the unzipped mod into this folder.Start the game and select the mod in the Mod-Options screen.Reboot and have funMac OSGo to your Zomboid folder /Users/YOURUSERNAME/ZomboidFind the /mods folder (it should contain an examplemod folder already).Drag and drop the unzipped mod into this folder.Start the game and select the mod in the Mod-Options screen.Reboot and have funLinux Coming soon ... Uninstalling mods Simply remove the respective mods from the /mods folder or remove them from the ingame mod-options screen.
Hi all, I thought I would make a new thread on here to post any updates to the server that I am making. These include things like mod installs, mod updates, PZ updates etc. It can also be a place for any suggestions to how the server can be improved. The details for the server are; Server Name - M700N UK Server [PVE] IP Address - 22.214.171.124 Port - 16261 The mods that I currently have installed to the latest update are; Cremation, Hydrocraft, Movable Fridges and Electric Lights. M700N
Hey Folks, i tried the last hours to set up a linux server for Project Zomboid and it was very difficult to find some usefull informations, because all of it was very old. So i want to share my short solution of setting up the server successfull at the end. The instruction is for users with basic to advanced knowledge about linux. 1. Open the ports of you Router for UDP/TCP: 16261 bis 162XX (XX = 61+<number of players>) 8766 bis 8767 27015 (TCP should be enough) 2. install steamcmd and login (for login: "login <username> <password>") Follow this instructions: https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/SteamCMD#Linux 3. after login insert: "app_update 380870 validate" 4. go to the PZ folder in Steam/steamapps/common/... or where you forced the installation to. 5. "./start-server.sh" (give it some time, the process is not ready in a few seconds) 6. insert and confirm an admin password and wait until the process shows "Server Started" (or something like this) 7. shut it down and go to the folder: /home/<user>/Zomboid/Server/ 8. edit servertest.ini (more or less important stats: MaxPlayers / RCONPassword / Password / server_browser_announced_ip; If you want to host a public Server, you need to edit the PUBLIC stats) 9. start the server with "./start-server.sh" again. You should be able to connect now 10. optional: start/stop Script to start the server, create a new file with a name like "startZomboid.sh" and insert (Maybe you need to create the "output" folder in you user-space first): #!/bin/bash nohup ./start-server.sh &>/home/<user>/output/zomboid & disown and to stop the server create "startZomboid.sh" and insert: #!/bin/bash TEST=`ps -e | grep ProjectZomboid6 2>&1` kill $TEST | cut -d' ' -f1 If you have any questions, hints or improvements, tell me