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comment Left 4 Dead 2 dedicated server Steam authentication problems
I made sure the l4d2 account has at least read access to all files in /opt/left4dead2 and subfolders.
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comment Left 4 Dead 2 dedicated server Steam authentication problems
@Ladadadada yes, it exists after I copied it there as described.
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comment Left 4 Dead 2 dedicated server Steam authentication problems
I did so, and wrote so in my question. But this didn't resolve the whole problem and especially not the error you referred to.
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comment Left 4 Dead 2 dedicated server Steam authentication problems
I am a professional server administrator trying to host game servers. Why was this no problem here: serverfault.com/questions/88355/isa-2000-and-cod-mw2-steam and why is there even a tag for gameserver questions then? And even more important: Is there a better suited Stack Exchange branch for this to be moved to?
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comment Left 4 Dead 2 dedicated server Steam authentication problems
I really dislike being downvoted without hearing a reason. Please be so nice and explain what's wrong here, maybe I can fix it.
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comment Renewing a self-signed certificate
How do I load my pre-existing certificate into the command? It seems -in FILENAME expects a CSR. Is there a way to convert an existing certificate back to a CSR? I definitely do not want to create a different public key as multiple public keys published for one private key leads to easy factorization attacks at least in case of RSA.
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comment Renewing a self-signed certificate
Could you please provide an OpenSSL command to do it? I have big trouble finding out how its actually done.