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This guide was adapted from the official install instructions and greatly improved by WOPR-1
 
 
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Introduction

 

The Unreal Tournament 3 PC for PS3 Dedicated Server allows users to host an Unreal Tournament 3 dedicated server on a PC that can be joined by players of the PS3 version of Unreal Tournament 3. These servers are intended to be used by PS3 players only and cannot be joined by users running the PC version of Unreal Tournament 3. The PC for PS3 Dedicated Server is only compatible with version 2.0 of Unreal Tournament 3 for the PS3.

 

As of this writing there has not been success with hosting custom maps/mods from the PC host.

 

Some of the variables listed in the appendix are from the Titan Pack which has not been released to the PS3 yet so they have not been tested.  This is merely the data found within the .ini files.

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Installation

  • Download a copy of the 2.0 PC host for PS3 software, file name:  PCDedicatedServerForPS3_200.zip (1.33 GB (1,432,315,977 bytes))

 

Download PC Dedicated for PS3 2.0 here

  • Open the file using WinRAR or WinZip.  (WinRAR is used in the screen caps below).  Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows Server 2008 automatically include an “unzip” function.
 
 
  • Next double click on the SetupUT3.exe file and the installation process will begin.

 

 

 

 

  • I personally changed the path where I wanted it to be installed but it is perfectly fine to leave the default "C:\Program Files\Unreal Tournament 3 (Dedicated)\". 
  • This location is called <install path> in the remainder of the instructions
  • Click next.

 

  • I didn’t get a screen cap of the installer progress screen…but it should now be installing and eventually will give you a ‘install successful’ message.  If any errors are seen they will need to be worked out before proceeding beyond this point.

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Configuration

 

The configuration files are in <install path>\UTGAME\Config.  The one that is used most for the PS3 host is DefaultGame.ini.  In this ini file you can setup map vote, map cycles, server messages and much more.  Below I will show you some of the most common things you may want to change.  But first we need to make the DefaultGame.ini file writeable.

 

Make the ini file writable

  • Navigate to the <install path>\UTGAME\Config directory and find DefaultGame.ini file

 
  • Right click the file and select properties
 
 
  • Uncheck the box that says Read-only and click apply
 
 
  • Now we can edit the file so double click DefaultGame.ini.  If your PC isn’t configured to open ini files in notepad you may have to set that up.  Or you can try right clicking, choosing ‘open with’ and then find notepad

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Example Configurations

The next thing to point out is that you can do almost all the configuration in the .ini file but sometimes it is more efficient to set things via the startup command (I’ll go through that later).  An example would be I could set the goal frag limit for DM in the config file but then if I want to make it higher because I want to play instagib, for example,  I have to change the config file.  If I set the goal score via the startup command then all I have to do is save all my different startup commands and run them when I want to change the behavior a little bit.  We will get into the details of the startup command later, for now I’ll go over some example ini configurations.

 

NOTE: When I refer to a ‘section’ in the ini file, what I’m saying is the name in brackets…using the server info step below as an example I would refer you to the section [Engine.GameReplicationInfo]

 

Once you have the defaultgame.ini file open there are a few things you’ll want to change.  Some are not mandatory but you’ve made it this far, lets do it right.

 

1)      Server info

 

[Engine.GameReplicationInfo]

ServerName="Welcome to WOPR-UT3PC1!"

ShortName="UT3 Server"

MessageOfTheDay="Have Fun!"

[Engine.DecalManager]

DecalLifeSpan=30.0

 

2)      Map Cycles

 

In the [UTGame.UTGame] section there will be several lines that by default look like this:

 

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTDeathmatch",Maps=("DM-Arsenal","DM-Sanctuary","DM-Deck","DM-Defiance","DM-Deimos","DM-Diesel","DM-Gateway","DM-HeatRay","DM-RisingSun","DM-Sentinel","DM-ShangriLa"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTTeamGame",Maps=("DM-Arsenal","DM-Sanctuary","DM-Deck","DM-Defiance","DM-Deimos","DM-Diesel","DM-Gateway","DM-HeatRay","DM-RisingSun","DM-Sentinel","DM-ShangriLa"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTCTFGame_Content",Maps=("CTF-Coret","CTF-Hydrosis","CTF-Reflection","CTF-Vertebrae","CTF-OmicronDawn","CTF-Strident"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTOnslaughtGame_Content",Maps=("WAR-Downtown","WAR-SinkHole","WAR-Dusk","WAR-Islander","WAR-Avalanche","WAR-MarketDistrict","WAR-OnyxCoast","WAR-Powersurge","WAR-Serenity","WAR-FloodGate","WAR-Torlan"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTBetrayalGame",Maps=("DM-Arsenal","DM-Sanctuary","DM-Deck","DM-Defiance","DM-Deimos","DM-Diesel","DM-Gateway","DM-HeatRay","DM-RisingSun","DM-Sentinel","DM-ShangriLa"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTGreedGame_Content",Maps=("CTF-Coret","CTF-Hydrosis","CTF-Reflection","CTF-Vertebrae","CTF-OmicronDawn","CTF-Strident","VCTF-Corruption","VCTF-Necropolis","VCTF-Suspense"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTDuelGame",Maps=("DM-Arsenal","DM-Sanctuary","DM-Deck","DM-Defiance","DM-Diesel","DM-RisingSun","DM-Sentinel","DM-ShangriLa"))

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTVehicleCTFGame_Content",Maps=("VCTF-Containment","VCTF-Corruption","VCTF-Necropolis","VCTF-Suspense","VCTF-SandStorm","VCTF-Kargo"))

 

You can tell which line refers to which gametype by the GameClassName in the code above.

 

UTDeathmatch=Deathmatch

UTTeamGame=Team Deathmatch

UTCTFGame_Content=Capture the Flag

UTOnslaughtGame_Content=Warfare

UTBetrayalGame=Betrayal

UTGreedGame_Content=Greed

UTDuelGame=Duel

UTVehicleCTFGame_Content=Vehicle Capture the Flag

 

Change the maps in the list to be as you want them, keeping in mind that the first one in the list will have top priority in the map vote.  For example if Deck is first in the list and Sentinal is second and there is one vote for each, Deck wins.  You MUST leave the + in front of each line.  The + allows a variable to be set multiple times in the same section without being overwritten.  If you don’t understand what I just said don’t worry about it…just leave the + there and everything will be fine!

 

Real world example: My duel server has the following for a map cycle:

 

+GameSpecificMapCycles=(GameClassName="UTDuelGame",Maps=("DM-Deck","DM-ShangriLa","DM-Sentinel","DM-Diesel","DM-RisingSun","DM-Defiance"))

 

3)      Map Vote

 

In the section above we went through a mapcycle which is different than mapvote.  The map cycle simply defines which maps are available and what their priority is.  If you want to allow map voting make sure in the [UTGame.UTGame] section you have the following :

 

bAllowMapVoting=true

 

4)      Other options  (optional and NOT recommended for most users)

 

The above is really all that I configure in my ini files.  I do the rest of my configuration in the startup command.  However if you want to fiddle with more of the variables have at it…but check out the startup commands section first so you can see how I do it, you may want to do it my way as well. 

 

The following info may help if you decide you want to do more configuration in the ini file itself.  The below is optional info and is not recommended.  Also it should be noted that not all variables within the ini files work on PS3.  Some things are only configurable on the PC or 360 version, so keep that in mind.  Most variables are self explanatory but if unsure a quick Google search will uncover it for you.

 

The [UTGame.UTGame] section has most of the variables in it.  This is sort of the base section that applies to the other sections unless otherwise defined there…I know that’s a little confusing so here’s an example.

 

If I had bAllowMapVoting=false in [UTGame.UTGame] but then further down in [UTGame.UTTeamGame] I had bAllowMapVoting=true.  The expected result would be that the only game mode that would use mapvote is TDM.

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Create a Gamespy account

 

Before we can startup our newly configured server we need to create a Gamespy account.  There is a utility to do this that we have to run from the command line.

 

  • Click Start, then Run
 
 
  • Type: cmd
  • Click ok

 

  • you should now have a window that looks like this:

  • We now need to change directories to where the UT3 server software is installed = your <install path>. The example below is showing where I installed it.   If you left the default path during the installation it is C:\Program Files\Unreal Tournament 3 (Dedicated), You would type: cd Program Files\Unreal Tournament 3 (Dedicated)\Binaries
 

1)      Now we can use the account creation script.  The example below is:

 

createaccount ut3yourname ut3yourpassword something@something.com

Createaccount test1234 password1234 test@gmail.com

 

Keep in mind that what you use as your username will be what people see as the server name in the game browser.

 

The email address need not be valid.  I have my real email address on my duel server and have never gotten any email from it so I’m not sure what this is here for.  Maybe just another way to verify the account…not sure.
 
 
The image below reflects what a successful account creation message should look like.  If the creation fails most of the time it is because the user name is already taken, so just pick another name and try again. You may use the same email address and password for all Gamespy accounts you create.  For multiple accounts, it's easiest to simply change the username.
 
 

Startup Commands

 

Ok so we’re finally ready to start up the server.  We just need to decide on our final config options.  You need to be in <install path>\Binaries in your command line window. 

 

So lets just dive right in, first example is what my duel server startup command looks like: (all on one line)

 

UTGame server DM-Sentinel?game=UTGame.UTDuelGame?bWeaponStay=true?numplay=2?Difficulty=4?minnetplayers=1?maxplayers=4?GoalScore=10?TimeLimit=10?forcerespawn=1?allowkeyboard=1?GamePassword= -log=WOPR-UT3PC1_DedicatedServer.log -seekfreeloading -login=test1234 -password=password123 -email=test@gmail.com

 

Lets break this down:

 

UTGame server – startup in server mode

server DM-Sentinel – first map to play will be Sentinal

game=UTGame.UTDuelGame – This is a duel game

bWeaponStay=true – Supposed to make weapons stay instead of respawn.  Doesn’t work currently.

numplay=2 – This tells the server to add 1 bot if only one player is in the server.

Difficulty=4 – The difficulty of the bot, starting at 0 for Novice.

minnetplayers=1 – says there should be at least 1 real (non bot) player for the game to start.

maxplayers=4 – The maximum amount of real players that can join

GoalScore=10 – number of frags to win

TimeLimit=10 – time limit ;)

forcerespawn=1 – forces the player  to respawn.

allowkeyboard=1 – enables keyboard and mouse support.

GamePassword= - when blank there is no password.  If you define a password the server will be locked.

-log=WOPR-UT3PC1_DedicatedServer.log – I renamed my log file because I have several servers and want to keep track of which log is for which server.

-seekfreeloading – tells gamespy what account type you have.

-login=test1234 – your user name you created earlier.

-password=password123 – your password created earlier

-email=test@gmail.com – the email address on this account

 

Note that all parameters related to the actual match are separated by question marks (?), while server parameters are added with dashes (-). All dash parameters need to be listed last/after the question mark parameters.

 

 

 

Other examples of startup commands:

 

instagib Duel:

UTGame2 server DM-Deck?ServerDescription=105000110000115000116000097000?game=UTGame.UTDuelGame?Mutator=UTGame.UTMutator_Instagib?bWeaponStay=true?numplay=2?Difficulty=4?vsbots=0?minnetplayers=1?maxplayers=4?GoalScore=15?TimeLimit=10?forcerespawn=1?allowkeyboard=1?GamePassword= -log=WOPR-UT3PC2_DedicatedServer.log -seekfreeloading login=test1234 -password=password123 -email=test@gmail.com

 

Pure DM:

UTGame2 server dm-Deck?numplay=4?Difficulty=5?forcerespawn=1?allowkeyboard=1?vsbots=0?minnetplayers=1?maxplayers=8?GoalScore=35?TimeLimit=30?forcerespawn=0?allowkeyboard=1?GamePassword= -log=WOPR-UT3PC2_DedicatedServer.log -seekfreeloading login=test1234 -password=password123 -email=test@gmail.com

 

Insta DM:

UTGame2 server dm-Deck?ServerDescription=105000110000115000116000097000103000105000098000058000032000109000109000109000109000032000103000105000098000108000101000116000115000?Mutator=UTGame.UTMutator_Instagib?numplay=4?Difficulty=4?forcerespawn=1?allowkeyboard=1?minnetplayers=1?maxplayers=8?GoalScore=35?TimeLimit=30?forcerespawn=0?allowkeyboard=1?GamePassword= -log=WOPR-UT3PC2_DedicatedServer.log -seekfreeloading login=test1234 -password=password123 -email=test@gmail.com

 

You may notice that 2 of the above commands have a couple extra variables when compared to the first example.  One of them is ServerDescription and the other is Mutator.

 

ServerDescription is useful for adding more information to the server name in the browser.  Take the first example, normally it would just show up as test1234 but with the addition of the description field I’ve added ‘insta’.  There is a webpage that will make the conversion from plain ASCII text to the code you see as 105000110000115000116000097000.  Use the iAMGaming.com Description Generator found here. 

 
Second is the Mutator.  This obviously is how you enable a mutator, the names for all the mutator classes are in the appendix along with some other helpful definitions.  For multiple mutators separate each of them with a comma like so:

 

mutator=UTGame.UTMutator_Instagib,UTGame.UTMutator_LowGrav

 

 

As you can see there several values that I change on a regular basis within my startup commands so for me it made more sense to change configuration via the startup command as opposed to having to change multiple variables in the ini file every time I wanted to change my style.  However if you intend on hosting the same configuration every time then it may make more sense to put most of your settings in the ini file.  The minimum required fields to start up a server is:

 

UTGame.exe server dm-arsenal? Game=UTGame.UTDeathmatch -login=ut3yourname –password=ut3yourpassword –seekfreeloading

 

All the other variables I’ve used in my examples can be placed in the [UTGame.UTGame] section of the DefaultGame.ini.

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Appendix

 

Mutator Table

 

Name

Identifier

Instagib

UTGame.UTMutator_Instagib

BigHead

UTGame.UTMutator_BigHead

Low Gravity

UTGame.UTMutator_LowGrav

Super Berserk

UTGame.UTMutator_SuperBerserk

Friendly Fire

UTGame.UTMutator_FriendlyFire

No Translocator

UTGame.UTMutator_NoTranslocator

SpeedFreak

UTGame.UTMutator_SpeedFreak

Handicap

UTGame.UTMutator_Handicap

No Powerups

UTGame.UTMutator_NoPowerups

Slomo

UTGame.UTMutator_Slomo

Weapon Replacement

UTGame.UTMutator_WeaponReplacement

Weapon Respawn

UTGame.UTMutator_WeaponsRespawn

Slowtime kills

UTGame.UTMutator_SlowTimeKills

No Orbs

UTGame.UTMutator_NoOrbs

No Hoverboard

UTGame.UTMutator_NoHoverboard

Survival

UTGame.UTMutator_Survival

Hero

UTGame.UTMutator_Hero

 

 

 

Gametype Table

 

Name

Identifier

Deathmatch

UTGame.UTDeathmatch

CapturetheFlag

UTGameContent.UTCTFGame_Content

Warfare

UTGameContent.UTOnslaughtGame_Content

VehicleCapturetheFlag

UTGameContent.UTVehicleCTFGame_Content

TeamDeathmatch

UTGame.UTTeamGame

Duel

UTGame.UTDuelGame

Greed

UT3GoldGame.UTGreedGame_Content

Betrayal

UTGame.UTBetrayalGame

 

Miscellaneous Variables

 

There are tons of variables so this is no where near a complete list.  I tried to pick out the ones that I thought would be the most used general variables.

 

Name

Definition

game

What gametype is it

bWeaponStay

Supposed to make weapons stay instead of respawn.  Doesn’t work currently.

numplay

This tells the server to add 1 bot if only one player is in the server.

Difficulty

The difficulty of the bot, starting at 0 for Novice.

minnetplayers

says there should be at least 1 real (non bot) player for the game to start.

maxplayers

The maximum amount of real players that can join

GoalScore

number of frags to win

TimeLimit

time limit

forcerespawn

Forces the player  to respawn.

allowkeyboard

enables keyboard and mouse support.

GamePassword

when blank there is no password.  If you define a password the server will be locked.

TotalChatTimeAllowed

new variable to define how long u can chat, not confirmed if this works

VoteDuration

How long the voting screen is available in-between matches

bAllowMapVoting

Allow or disallow mapvoting

port

In the UTEngine.ini file.  Allows for multiple servers on a single PC.  Each server must have a unique port.

Mutator

Defines a mutator

ServerDescription

Add detail to your server name

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  • Download a copy of the 2.0 PC host for PS3 software, file name:  PCDedicatedServerForPS3_200.zip (1.33 GB (1,432,315,977 bytes))

 

<< Download PC Dedicated for PS3 2.0 here >>

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Second stage.
My server (home testing server) it's working fine.
Now I have to apply Patch 3,4,5.
The problem is after a any of these patch my server have the same error.
"Game.ini it's out of date, do you want to update - Yes to all."
The error " Ambiguous package name: Using 'C:\Program Files\Unreal Tournament 3\UTGame\CookedPC\CustomChars\".
A lot of these errors came and the server it's stopping.

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I do not think you need to install the patches to the ps3 server software.  Those are for the PC version...however It's been a long time since I've installed a fresh PS3 server.

The guide above was written for the original server software (1.x)...I do not think anything has changed in the 2.x version but I will re-run through an install of the latest software and make sure....also i think it would be a good idea for me to host the correct server software here so there is no chance of someone using the wrong stuff so I will do that as well.  It will likely be mid week next week before I get this done but it will be top of my list.
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WOPR, I was under the impression he has a modified copy of the install package.  I have 2.0 around here somewhere if you guys need it.  Just let me know.
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"I do not think you need to install the patches to the ps3 server software"
Yes it's true it's working fine like this.
I still need to find a VPS Server host in Germany (Frankfurt) or Holland (Amsterdam), for a good PING.

I really cannot imagine how much traffic can generate this server/month ?
Almost all hosting company for VPS give me a plan with included traffic.

For processes I believe Single core it's enough, for memory I will try 1 GB.
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hmm ok...why have a modified version though...idgi.

I've never tracked traffic but I would think it would be a decent amount depending on how often you play on it.

Still haven't gotten to do a reinstall to do an updated guide but I will soon.  I'll also upload the 2.0 server software to the downloads section so it'll always be there...I'm almost positive I still have it but if not I'll hit you up Aqua, thx.
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Hi all,

I saw a Linux version for hosting UT3 pc players.

Anyone know if i can recompile those packets in order to host PS3 clients ?

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No words?

Epic probably blocked the PC client host. Because I could not set this up.
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Can someone help get custom maps installed on a PS3 server {please}.
- I have installed the ps3_200 server; can anyone provide advice?

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