We have recently made a new bot and checked all the Steam IDs created since Steam release.
We have now over 86 millions of Steam IDs in our database.
You can change /home/tf2server/hlserver/tf2in the Exec Start=/bin/sh /home/tf2server/hlserver/tf2line of the tf2server.service to the path your shell script for running the server is.
It is recommended you create a separate user to install and run game servers.
including server.dll, which is the main server code.
Map Name Here -t Map Name Here /home/Username/hlserver/srcds_run -game tf map Map File Name Here -maxplayers 32 -autoupdate -steam_dir /home/Username/hlserver/ -steamcmd_script /home/Username/hlserver/tf2_sv_shutdown_timeout_minutes 5 -port 27015 exec mapcyclefile . In the event of unexpected power outages, it might be useful to automatically restart your server.
For systems that have systemd instead of init scripts you need to make a systemd service Make a file at /etc/systemd/system/ called tf2server.service and put the following text into it: This should run the shell script at /home/tf2server/hlserver/tf2 at server boot.
It will now display the Steam3 ID (32bit)/Account ID.
The Steam3 ID (64bit)/Steam Community ID is now shown in hexadecimal as well, as this is the Steam ID format that they use in some games.