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killinuxfloor – Killing Floor 2 Server on Linux

About Why, it’s the easiest way to install and manage Killing Floor 2 on Linux. All you need is a fresh, up-to-date install of CentOS 7. Features: One-command installation of the Killing Floor 2 Linux Server One-command uninstallation as well Automatic backup of previous config during install and uninstall Full support for firewalld and Security-Enhanced […]

KF2 Monster Masquerade on Linux Server

The newest patch, Update 1071 is out, folks! Check out the trailer: Also check out the complete changelog. If you want to install a new Linux Server, check out my older post, Dedicated Killing Floor 2 Server on Linux v2. To update an existing instance: kf2.sh stop kf2.sh update kf2.sh init kf2.sh config kf2.sh start […]

Dedicated Killing Floor 2 Server on Linux v2

BIG FAT WARNING This tutorial is deprecated. Please use the revised guide. This one is only here for historical reference. Prelude This article will guide you through setting up a proper KF2 server on Linux (CentOS) step-by-step. What we’re going to do here is: fire up a CentOS server with firewall, Security-Enhanced Linux and hardened […]

Playing on the Noobient Killing Floor 2 Servers

Currently I run the following Killing Floor 2 servers: Hostname Location eu.kf.noobient.com London us.kf.noobient.com Chicago They host more than 80 custom maps at this moment, so if you’re bored of the stock ones, these servers might just be what you were looking for. Unfortunately, the KF2 server filter won’t allow for limiting results to custom […]

KF2 Halloween Horrors on Linux Server

The latest and greatest Killing Floor 2 update, named Halloween Horrors, is live, bringing the version up to 1056. Check out the changelog for details or cut the bullshit and get straight to the trailer: Now, updating the dedicated KF2 Linux server will probably not work if you’re on a low tier Linode instance, merely […]

Dedicated Killing Floor 2 Server on Linux

BIG FAT WARNING This tutorial is deprecated. Please use the revised guide. This one is only here for historical reference. Prelude This article will guide you through setting up a proper KF2 server on Linux (CentOS) step-by-step. What we’re going to do here is: fire up a CentOS server with firewall, Security-Enhanced Linux and hardened […]