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I set up a dedicated server on ubuntu linux according to this guide https://pzwiki.net/wiki/Dedicated_Server#Through_SteamCMD . Everything works so far. I start the server with "systemctl start zomboid.service". Am I supposed to start this as root or does it not matter because it is assoctiated to the user pzuser? If I do start it with systemctl I have the problem that I can't see the console to type in commands like "setaccesslevel USERME admin". How can I type in to do so? Thanks a lot!
I made the effort of finding this comment at a later time to reply to you. Turn the option of upnp off. You don't need Upnp if you're manually forwarding ports. Upnp is for automatic port forwarding, which is a stupid idea, and it doesn't work most of the time.
"no upnp-enabled internet gateway found, you must configure port forwarding on your gateway manually in order to make your server accessible from the internet"
In the server command window and no one can join. I can only join thru my local return loop address. I'm losing my mind here. How is this so hard??
Today nobody can log in and they "Fail to download map"
There is of course no fix to be found online and logs lead to stack return which doesn't help at all.
Seriously you might wanna skip the pain of hosting or joining servers and just play singleplayer