Linux is much different from Windows and there are quite some issues which appear due to Oxide itself or system misconfigurations. Therefore there are certain recommendations when using this system.
There are some common Linux kernel configurations that most should apply. To do this, you should start editing
nano /etc/sysctl.conf or any other editor you might prefer. Afterwards you should append the following contents to its end:
vm.max_map_count = 262144
# You may use higher values though, the negative effects are negligible - see https://archive.is/xyaA6
Save the file with
nano or the appropriate method in your editor, and run
sysctl -p to apply it.
You might have noticed some of the settings in
/oxide/config/oxide.config.json before, and
Plugin Watchers is one of them. It enables automatic loading/… of plugins when adding files to the
/oxide/plugins/ folder. However it may cause stalls on your Linux game servers and therefore it is recommended to disable
Plugin Watchers by setting the value to