Monkey Harris has released version 4 of the KPDED2 Enhanced Server file which allows you to run enhanced dedicated public Kingpin servers.
Monkey Harris has released version 4 of the KPDED2 Enhanced Server file. There are versions for both Windows and Linux.
This is the Linux version.
The KPDED2 file allows you to run dedicated public servers. In your server shortcut you just replace the kingpin.exe with the kpded2.exe.
KPDED2 fixes a number of bugs and security holes and also adds many new improvements.
The zipfile contains a very comprehensive readme which you should read.
The readme does include some suggested Quick Start settings and most of the new default settings are fine so you wont need to change/add too many commands to your server.cfg file.
The main changes in the new version are:-
improved download speed management (new "sv_bandwidth" config option)
support for the latest Monkey Harris's Kingpin Patch's compression feature.
added a "fixfilenames" command on Linux to make it easy to convert filenames to lowercase on Linux servers