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I did say which distro i had. I dont wanna look like the a smartass, but i know computers well enough, been working with them for over 10 years building and all the like, i only never gooten into linux.. All i have worked with in the past is windows..
g0es, ill try that command, thanks.
When i run the find command i get this: /usr/share/terminfo/s/screen
Got the "screen" software installed... Now following directions, and get stuck on the command "screen -ls poe2/" Which should show the process PID..
Step 14: Start up a screen session as the poe2 user
[root@gamesrv03 bf2]# su - poe2
(Do some setup stuff for screen to work with our setup)
[poe2@gamesrv03 bf2]$ echo "multiuser on" >> /var/bf2/.screenrc
[poe2@gamesrv03 bf2]$ echo "acladd root" >> /var/bf2/.screenrc
[poe2@gamesrv03 bf2]$ screen -dmS PoE2
[poe2@gamesrv03 bf2]$ ln -s /var/bf2/.screen /tmp/screen-poe2
(Detach from the screen session - holding down CTRL, hit a, then hit d)
[poe2@gamesrv03 bf2]$ CTRL A D
Step 15: Attach to the poe2 screen session and set the proper path for mono binary
(List the screen session for user poe2 while logged in as root)
[root@gamesrv03 tmp]# screen -ls poe2/
There are several screens on:
32012.PoE2 (Multi, detached)
2 Sockets in /tmp/screen-poe2.
these are the steps were im getting stuck. the original writer of the tutorial i havent seen on the PoE2 forum ina long time, and i havent got any reply's there also were i asked for help, so i help people here wil be able to help me out.. Im learnign the hard way like this, but its better then nothing..
Just FYI, RH9 is very old & no longer supported. That line of distros was replaced by the RH Fedora Core series, which is now up to v5 (or 6?) iirc.
You might find things will go smoother (not to mention be able to get eg security updates) if you move up.