The command-line tool for quick, simple deployment and management of Linux dedicated game servers. (by GameServerManagers)

LinuxGSM Alternatives

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Posts with mentions or reviews of LinuxGSM. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-11.
  • LinuxGSM (Game Server Manager) has a new version 21.3.3 (bugfixes)
  • I've set up a Steam group for those who are interested in finding and using games that have self-hosted multiplayer servers. It also acts as a curator that will only leave reviews on games that have this.
  • Making local area game ? | 2021-09-23
    If you got another computer to run server on (that is in your local area network) then good option is what gives less hassle if you are familiar with Linux commandline and SSH connection.
  • It all started with only one Dell R710, now I have 6 servers and I still want more 😂 | 2021-08-24
    -server games ( for me and my friends;
  • Ungenutzer potenter vServer - Was kann man so machen? | 2021-08-04
    Linux Game Server Managers
  • public VM hosting? | 2021-08-04
    Something for a vps would be good but also like for game servers LGSM too
  • Server Ram | 2021-07-20
    For a dedicated server/VPS/any other server somewhere between the range of 4 to 8 should be fine. Although I wouldn't ever use a dedicated minecraft host. Since those prices are through the roof. A simple VPS is way more worth for your money. But inclined to say you'd need to have some knowledge regarding Unix. LinuxGSM does help out a lot and provides with a good guide. Minor adjustments needed from their default Minecraft JAVA server. Which I'm currently using.
  • Wanting to build a PC dedicated to running some gamer servers, any suggestions/tips? | 2021-07-04
    To some extent the operating system is worth considering as well. The more resources your OS sucks up, the less will be available for your game server. (Though for small servers hosted for friends, this isn't a big deal.) Personally, I go with Linux for my own game server, but I understand it's not for everyone. If you do go that route, I'll also recommend LinuxGSM, a really amazing piece of software that handles server setup and management for you for many common games.
  • Alternatives to Pterodactyl Panel?
  • Steam CMD Failed to Install app (Disk Write Failure)
  • FreeNas on an old Dell Optiplex | 2021-05-13
    Have a look at, they offer a no brainer setup with instruction to get your game server going on Ubuntu (And other linux distros).
  • Domeone please help me, trying to host a minecraft server | 2021-05-07
  • Steam installer fails - Missing 32bit Libraries | 2021-05-05
    Some research pointed me in the direction of says that ubuntu renamed lib32gcc1 to lib32gcc-s1.
  • Manage Your Game Server Easily with LinuxGSM | 2021-04-29
  • Valheim Home Server | 2021-03-28
    Same sort of usage of CPU and RAM here on a Valheim Server. I’m using LinuxGSM from They offer many types of server and it’s worth checking them out. Got a daily batch job on my PC that stops everything gracefully, creates backup files, updates the server if needed and copies backup onto my PC :-)


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