- The .zip file which can be downloaded here.
- A pre-setup Rust server (the mod must be installed on a existing server)
- VC Redist 2012 x86
- Users must have access to a public folder
This is a packet ready for GSPs who use TcAdmin 2. The ZIP file can simply be dropped in the mods folder and a mod can be set up. Please note that you should always allow people to install mods themselves - this is important. The 'save' folder should be the public folder people can access with the file browser and/or FTP. Please note that if your public folder is different, you will need to rename it in the ZIP as well.
We recommend linking our Oxide Plugin Page for your users, so they know how to get Oxide Plugins.
If you're not using TcAdmin, extracting the ZIP file over the top of the Rust server folder will install the mod. lua52.dll should end up sitting next to the server executable.
Command Line Parameters
-oxidedir "save/oxide" - Sets the 'oxidedir' to save/oxide (as used in the default zip)
Notes on 'oxidecore.lua'
If this file is deleted from the public folder, oxide will not load plugins anymore. Restrict access or let your customers know that it shouldn't be deleted.
In case you're not able to get Oxide working on your servers or require professional advice/help please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book our consulting services. This is also the case if you want a special plugin coded.
Oxide Server Mod (Legacy) 1.18
Mod for running the Oxide mod on a server