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What is this about?

Hi, I'm Marcus (DeltaLima) and I really like running GoldSrc based servers as I rly love Half-Life!

Also having retro computing as a hobby, brings me up to host older versions, which would techni-
cally run on an old machine from back in the day.
So you can still play CS 1.5 on your Pentium II Machine isn't THAT great? :D

And as I'm an OpenSource / Linux / Nerdy person I run Xash3D Servers as well and actually
trying to get a hlds version/variant running on ReactOS :)

Servers - let's have a frag!

The servers have all quite the same config, so HLDM Servers have the same on every
network/engine.

Here is a list of all Servers actually running:

Name
Map
Player
Version
IP
Client

[DE] .::TsS::. Trinkstube-Sohland.cf Counter-Strike 1.6

mini_dust2
0/32

Steam

148.251.169.177:27015

Link->

[D]eath[M]atch Trinkstube-Sohland.cf [DE]

boot_camp
4/32
Steam
148.251.169.177:27020 Link->

[D]eath[M]atch Trinkstube-Sohland.cf [DE]


/
Won2.net
148.251.169.177:27022 Link->

[DE][CS15] Trinkstube-Sohland.cf


/
Won2.net
148.251.169.177:27023 Link->

[D]eath[M]atch+BOTS HL.LA10CY.NET v0.19.4

snark_pit
3/12
xash3d 0.19.4
148.251.169.177:27016 Link->

[D]eath[M]atch+BOTS HL.LA10CY.NET v0.20

lambda_bunker
0/12
xash3d 0.20
148.251.169.177:27017 Link->

ReactOS 0.4.14 Xash3D 0.20.1 REACTOS.LA10CY.NET

boot_camp
0/16
xash3d 0.20
148.251.169.183:27015 Link->

ReactOS 0.4.14 Xash3D 0.19.4 REACTOS.LA10CY.NET

lambda_bunker
0/16
xash3d 0.19.4
148.251.169.183:27016 Link->

You can find some livestats for the Steam and Won2 Servers from my old webpage trinkstube-sohland.cf

Clients

First things first. You have to own a legal copy of Half-Life by yourself.

Anyway - Valve offers steamcmd where you can just get a copy of the "valve" directory of Half-Life
and this means, you got a copy of the game itself. Vales gives you this copy without asking of any
proof or accepting any license. So we can call it as "free" as free beer from my perspective.

Xash3D

I made a script to download and compile Xash3D completely automatically under Ubuntu/Debian.
The script fetches the game files with steamcmd as described above, you get an ready to run build,
no shizzleing areound in the shell :) (knock knock to wood).
Find it here: https://git.la10cy.net/DeltaLima/xash3ds-installscript
For Windows, please follow the instructions of the project itself:
https://github.com/FWGS/xash3d-fwgs#installation--running

Lambda1VR plays very well on the Xash3D Servers. I tuned the Bots to the lowest skills so you have
a chance as a human being in there space and a lot of fun =D

Steam

Obviously the Steam servers can only be played on with the Steam version of the game. Supprise :p
So go to steam, create an account and get your copy of Half-Life for 5 bucks today!

Won2.net

For the Won2.net  version you can grab the Half-Life .iso from Archive.org and install the retail version
of Half-Life. Then just apply the patch 1.1.1.1 from steamlessproject.nl:
https://v5.steamlessproject.nl/index.php?page=hl1111
And you are good to go go to play on at least my server :) Keep in Mind that downloading Sounds
and maps connecting the first time to an old WON-server takes quite a while. You can prevent
this with downloading the map/sound-package for my servers from the download section

Downloads

Downloads coming soon, look meanwhile https://trinkstube-sohland.cf/downloads/

Story

I started this hobby back around 2004 when I was 13 and had a lot of time to play Counter-Strike
and tinker around with Linux. I named the server "Trinkstube-Sohland".
The website trinkstube-sohland.de.vu made it into the Archive: Trinkstube-Sohland
And luckely the website data from 2005 was also saved, soo here we are: www.trinkstube-sohland.cf
(I keep trusty by non-costing domains :D)

The name comes from the fact that i lived close to an bar (in olderie german "Trinkstube")
and Sohland the small village where I grew up.
The server ran for about 1-2 years and then I took them for whatever reason offline.
In 2018 I found an old backup from this server and I decided to bring them back alive! And holy!
The forum still exists (external one) and everything worked fine after some tinkering (the old
won hlds linux binarie wont run with debian 9 or later)!
It is very funny to revisit the own stuff as professional Linux Systems Engineer nowdays and see
those first steps again and doing a bit more professional now then back in the day - hopefully ;)

v42/17.09.2022 (linux-amd64 build 72)