TF2 - Update server version through FTP?

  • TF2 - Update server version through FTP? user73687

    I have rented a server that is out of date and I have tried restarting the server through a web interface. That did not update the server.

    I have access to the FTP and can edit and remove files on the server. I have tried to remove steam.inf and restarted the server but it didn't update it either.

    Running on Linux.

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