Gamemode addon implementing in server

  • Gamemode addon implementing in server Loko

    I've installed some gamemodes from the workshop but I have no idea how to get this in my server.

    For example I get the gamemode Hide and Seek which gets put in the directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\GarrysMod\garrysmod\addons

    So I copy the add on and paste it in my server hosting map which is in: C:\Users\Loko\Desktop\steamcmd\gmodserver\garrysmod\addons

    Now I used steamcmd to host the server and use srcds.exe to host it.

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    Now I can host gamemodes such as TTT and prophunt but those aren't from the workshop. To change the gamemode I have to type in: gamemode terrortown or gamemode prop_hunt

    Now I have no idea how to change it to hide and seek or murder or anything else from the workshop.

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