Validating counter strike file
Make sure the sound file is located in your cstrike/sound folder.
Starting from today every time I start it up, it validates the steam cache files. One time I somehow managed to launch it, then my computer crashed because it was running to much stuff and now I can't get back on at all.
You may encounter problems using volume mounts on the host, depending on the database software and which options are enabled.
Docker Desktop for Windows uses SMB/CIFS protocols to mount host paths, and mounts them with the option, which prevents lock requests from being sent to the database server (docker/for-win#11, docker/for-win#694).
[.900][Samba Share ][Error ] Unable to mount C drive: mount error(5): I/O error Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. Any file destined to run inside a container must use Unix style .
man mount.cifs) mount: mounting //10.0.75.1/C on /c failed: Invalid argument See also, Docker for Windows issue #98. However, symlinks created outside of containers (for example, on the host) do not work. Keep this in mind when authoring files such as shell scripts using Windows tools, where the default is likely to be Windows style line endings.
I just added a ambient_generic entity to play a wav file 10 seconds long..
Before I did this, the map compiled fine, and ran fine when I run cs 1.6. can someone help me, tell me whats wrong and how to fix it?
If you install Hyper-V without rebooting, Docker Desktop does not work correctly.
in the FAQs, and for more of an explanation, the Git Hub issue, Controlling Unix-style perms on directories passed through from shared Windows drives. This becomes evident, for example, when an application needs to read/write to a container across a mounted drive.
Instead of relying on filesystem inotify, we recommend using polling features for your framework or programming language.
This is done to ensure container access to database files shared from the host.
Although it solves the over-the-network database access problem, this “unlocked” strategy can interfere with other aspects of database functionality (for example, write-ahead logging (WAL) with SQLite, as described in docker/for-win#1886).