The command-line tool for quick, simple deployment and management of Linux dedicated game servers. Traditionally game servers are not easy to manage yourself. Admins often have to spend hours messing around trying to get their server working. LinuxGSM is a command-line tool designed to be as simple as possible, allowing admins to spend less time on management and more time gaming.
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Mods are a form of user-generated content that can be added to The Forest. Being third-party, mods have no affiliation with Endnight Games and thus are not officially supported or endorsed by the developers. Similar to Nexus or Steam Workshop, the Hub is a collection of various mods developed by players. As of September of , the Hub is the primary source for all mods for The Forest. The game does not have Workshop support or its own Nexus page. A launcher for ModAPI hub is available for download from the website to automatically install, manage, and remove mods. Mods may change, improve, or alter the game in a multitude of forms. Some mods may be as simple as spawning additional enemies, implementing a cheat menu, or reducing resource requirements for buildings. Other mods are more advanced, such as adding several RPG mechanics to the game like classes and spells.