Call of Duty 1 server error

Hey LinuxGSM,

Today I tried to install a Call of Duty 1 server via your installation tools. Everything was downloading and installing correctly, until I tried to run the ./codserver start. I get the following error:

codserver2@raspberrypi:~ $ ./codserver start
x.x.x.x
Warning! Missing dependencies: bc jq tmux netcat lib32stdc++6 libstdc++5:i386
Warning! codserver2 does not have sudo access. Manually install dependencies.

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386; sudo apt update; sudo apt install bc jq tmux netcat lib32stdc++6 libstdc++5:i386

[ INFO ] Starting codserver: Check IP: 192.168.x.xx
[ … ] Starting codserver: LinuxGSM/home/codserver2/lgsm/functions/command_start.sh: line 76: tmux: command not found
/home/codserver2/lgsm/functions/command_start.sh: line 78: tmux: command not found
[ FAIL ] Starting codserver: Unable to start LinuxGSM
[ FAIL ] Starting codserver: Unable to start LinuxGSM: Tmux error:

Command

tmux new-session -d -s “codserver” “./cod_lnxded +set sv_punkbuster 0 +set fs_basepath /home/codserver2/serverfiles +set dedicated 2 +set net_ip 192.168.x.xx +set net_port 28960 +set sv_maxclients 20 +exec codserver.cfg +map mp_neuville”

Error

/home/codserver2/lgsm/functions/command_start.sh: line 67: tmux: command not found

I run Debian on a raspberry pi model 4.

Kind Regards,

Marijn

Raspberry Pi isn’t supported because of the ARM architecture it runs on.

There is no other way to bypass it?

No, ARM is not supported by most game servers.