GMOD dedicated server refuses to mount CS:S

I’ve used srcds to install GMOD and done all of that, but my GMOD server won’t mount CSS for some reason making all CSS sweps really dodgy and making it so all props are pass throughable, I have placed the CSTRIKE folder in the orangebox folder, and it refuses to mount

http://forum.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1273385

Already another thread about it.

[editline]29th May 2013[/editline]

Saw you posted there already, just put that link there for anyone else.

I believe these errors are linked to the problem too

I apparently I had to move the Cstrike folder into the orangebox folder, so I did that, and still it doesn’t work!

Move it back out the orangebox folder and make a file called content.txt and add this into it:
Put content.txt into garrysmod/cfg



"Content"
{
    "240"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "300"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "380"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "420"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "400"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "440"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "320"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "280"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "1300"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "2400"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "340"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
    "360"
    {
        "mount"        "1"
    }
}


That didn’t work! I’m seriously desperate for this guys, thanks for the attempt though mate

I deleted everything to do with SteamCMD, and then I reinstalled Garry’s Mod dedicated server via the ID 4020 and i still get the same error, i’ve literally nothing to do:

I did this, but I have no idea how to use this to mount CSS content or such

Oh dear, GMOD since all these changes have made all kinds of problems & difficulties to get it going.

I was having this issue but this worked, similar to the above mounting:
in garrysmod/cfg/mount.cfg (create it if you haven’t already)

Make sure you have a mount.cfg, and it says this in it:



//
// Use this file to mount additional paths to the filesystem
// DO NOT add a slash to the end of the filename
//

"mountcfg"
{
	 "cstrike"	"C:\ZombieRP\cstrike"
	// "tf"			"C:\mytf2server	f"
}




The ZombieRP part is the name of the folder… I use SteamCMD, so your’s might be a little different. But, if you replace the files C:\ZombieRP\cstrike, then you should have fixed it… Remember, it also needs a server restart after you change the code. To find the code, all you need to do it just find how to get to the cstrike folder, that should be in your server’s files, copy the directories that you went to, then paste it into the mount.cfg

-Apex
P.S. Sorry I am so late…