Maps der Boosterpacks wurden hinzugefügt, kleinere Fehler behoben.
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Sandbox Server Guide
September 3, 2008
Sandbox taxes the BF2 engine much more than the normal game and other mods. Though Sandbox servers can run with up to 64 people, it is highly recommended that server populations stay below 20-24 people. Optimal Sandbox sessions normally have around 10-15 people building at once. Sandbox is not designed for a higher volume of players due to the limitations of the BF2 engine.
Extract the contents of the server zip file to your server's "mods" directory.
SANDBOX SERVER CONFIGURATION
The "sandbox.ini" file in "mods/sandbox/settings" contains all configuration options. All the options are explained in comments in the file itself.
The "Sandbox Admins" field controls who can use the Sandbox admin functions - this is separate from any BF2CC admin settings. Sandbox Admins can delete other users' objects, enable/disable certain functions, clear the map, and change gravity.
Ensure that your server runs only the 64-player versions of maps! Any lower size will cause issues with vehicles.
THE SANDBOX MOD OFFICIAL WEBSITE!
Elxx.net Code Labs - Sandbox developer's blog
The Sir. Community
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Dedicated server files for the Jetpowered mini mod for Battlefield 2.
Serverfiles zum Aufsetzen eines AirMAPS Hallowen Servers.
A Server-Side Only mod called Rambo mod. This is a gameplay enhancement mod that adds a form of Deathmatch into the mix.
The inspiration behind the "landot AAS-mod" is the AAS (Advance and Secure) gameplay mode in another popular FPS game. What it basically means is that flags can only be taken in a certain predefined order, in other words at any given time you can only be
Its aim is to enhance the Battlefield experience by focusing battles to certain areas and eliminating the repetitive "flag hopping" methods.