How create image and url for dedicated server?

Hey, help how make this?

server.headerimage – a 512×256 png or jpg
server.description – a text description, server rules etc
server.url – your server webpage

I believe it’s done in the F1 console when your admin, not sure, I don’t own a server.

no.

server.headerimage where put? and make png which put folder in dedi server?

Just upload it somewhere and write the link into the command.
Example
Upload the pic to: http://myserver.com/serverLogoImage.png
After just write: server.headerimage http://myserver.com/serverLogoImage.png

This worked for me.

you need to inject it into your batch file

like the following

:START
C:\steamCMD\steamcmd.exe +login anonymous +force_install_dir C:\RustSrv\ +app_update 258550 validate +quit
RustDedicated.exe -batchmode -server.port 28015 -server.hostname “Crystal Black Calgary rarely wipes” -server.headerimage “http://i.imgur.com/ZTj3gS5.jpg” -server.description “Decay 0.25 Calgary Alberta Canada” -decay.scale 0.25 -server.seed 8696309 -server.maxplayers 200 -server.worldsize 4000 -server.identity my_server_identity -chat.serverlog 1 -server.netlog 1 -server.saveinterval 300 -spawn.max_rate 1 -spawn.max_density 1 -autoupdate -god 1
time /t >> shut.log

GOTO START

To add a little more info about what @KeenMan is talking about:

add "
" in the server description where you’d want to start a new line.

Example

-server.description “Servername
120 max players
no lag”

Will look like this

Servername
120 max players
no lag

Great info, thanks!

But batch file command is limit… Cant long command…

My batch command: (Work host server):

E:\Server\rustds\RustDedicated.exe -batchmode -server.port 28015 -server.hostname “GTube” -server.identity my_server_identity -server.maxplayers 10 -server.worldsize 1000 -server.seed 10 -server.headerimage “http://imgur.com/a1oEPuX.jpg” -server.description

That limit command. Cant extra description… -.-

You can create a longer command line by injecting variables I suppose.

Set txtwrt=“lotsa text hear”

then in your command line put in -server.description %txtwrt%

have not tested it myself though I assume it would work