PerryCao

DST Linux Dedicated Sever Setup Issue -- Bad Thread Local

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PerryCao    0

When I tried to setup a Linux Dedicated Server following this guide, an unexpected issue happened shown in the picture below.

It says "Bad thread local".  I am not sure if it is an error, and have no clue how to solve it. But, one thing is for sure, the process is not running as that guide shows, and my dedicated server didn't come online neither.

So, anyone has any ideas?

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Daniel86268    393

The first thing that strikes me is that the server doesn't have write access/permissions in the save file directory:

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Make sure the permissions are correct there.

This might also fix the "Bad thread local" message further down.

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PerryCao    0

So, the problem got solved when I use root user. So, probably the 'steam' user have some permission issue that I don't know how to fix yet. So check out using root user when setting up the server.

BTW, the 'steam' user is one I created using "useradd steam" command. I forgot where I saw such usage, but anyway, that user doesn't work very well. So for now, I am using root user, and it works.

Sorry, I misunderstood that you had similar issue. My bad. And yeah, as I said, I fixed this issue with using root user instead of 'steam' user I created before.

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tsuna87    10

I would strongly recommend not using root to run the server. I think it would be possible to any server admin to take over the host in that scenario.

I am using steam and dst as usernames for the sever so it should work.

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