However, that will depend on a number of factors that are specific to your setup.
have you tried adding the -ip command line parameter with the LAN ip of the server?
Again, nothing much to say, just enter your server IP address in the game.
Just one more thing: if you didn't had root access during the installation, you may have to forward ("open") ports to let your server be accessible by anyone.
Should the server go offline Linux GSM can restart the server and send you an alert. For details on how to alter Linux GSM settings visit Linux GSM Config Files page.
Documentation Wiki For more information and documentation about Linux GSM see the wiki that will give you plenty of detail about how everything works.
We create a server through launching this hlds file.
But in Counter Strike: Global Offensive I can't find hlds file, so now I don't know how to setup or create a server.
Debug allows you to see the output of the server directly to your terminal allowing you to diagnose any problems the server might be having.
Linux GSM can monitor the game server by checking that the proccess is running and querying it.
I can't learn you anything here: just place your server.cfg, mods, and maps accordingly in the installation folder.