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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    Quote from hexparrot »
    Quote from CrazyMatt »
    It seems whenever I power off the virtual machine and turn it back on I lose the bukkit .jar along with my world one folder. The weird part is when I recreate the world a new world is generated, but all my plugins and setting return like nothing happened. What could of caused this?

    Also, when I check back at the virtual machine I see that the cronjob script is running every 15 mins. It is setup like the one in the tutorial. However when I check the archive directory it is empty. Is it filling up my storage somewhere else, or is something wrong?

    Thanks for your time.


    sounds like youre using RAMDISK....are you?


    Oh that would make sense. :tongue.gif: How would I put it on the HDD?
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    It seems whenever I power off the virtual machine and turn it back on I lose the bukkit .jar along with my world one folder. The weird part is when I recreate the world a new world is generated, but all my plugins and setting return like nothing happened. What could of caused this?

    Also, when I check back at the virtual machine I see that the cronjob script is running every 15 mins. It is setup like the one in the tutorial. However when I check the archive directory it is empty. Is it filling up my storage somewhere else, or is something wrong?

    Thanks for your time.
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    Everything has been working perfect for a while now, but I have an inconvenience. FTP is terrible at deleting the world folder because of the never ending amounts of directories. So is there some command to do to delete the world folder? And if I do delete the world folder, when I select the create button in the web interface will it regenerate a world into the "one" folder or does there have to be no "one" folder for the creation of a new world.

    I my goal is to pretty much keep generating worlds till I find one I like.
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    When I transfer a file encoded with UTF-8 it changes to ANSI, and it affects some plugins; specifically iConomy. The "silly S's" that makes text color coded becomes "??" and it translates in-game as "??" instead of colors.
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    Backing up while players are on seemed to be the issue. Does that mean that I cannot back up the server while players are on? Even if it is like an automatic scheduled back up?
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    I don't know what the problem is but whenever, I shutdown my computer and the virtual OS and I login the next day I lose my player data, I have to keep reverting to a backup. I thought it was a mistake at first, but this has happened twice already.
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    I'm having trouble importing a world. I place the .zip in the root directory, yet it does not detect it.

    I tried an alternative method by copying it over, but I get a prompt to overwrite (must be lag), after that it cancels copying everything else over.
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    Everything is perfect with an ftp client, you've done good work here. I'm going to test out the server with my buds tomorrow. Hopefully I will have some suggestions .
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    posted a message on Mod for servers
    The hmod (build 132) allows you to modify your server. It has just been updated for compatibility with the 1.1_02 beta server.
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    posted a message on Strange Chunk Copying error?
    Can't link directly but, I read earlier on that this appears because it shows that there is land beyond. However the land is not generated. It apparently is not a bug. You can also "apparently" ignore this by increasing the fog.

    I'm not sure myself because this never happened in the alpha server, but hey.
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    posted a message on How do you Update a server to Beta and keep it up to date?
    You can use a minecraft wrapper (i.e. VisualAdmin 3.3) which keeps the .jar file up to date automatically. Or you can update manually on minecraft.net and replace the your current minecraft_server.jar (wherever you saved your server) with the newly downloaded minecraft_server.jar.

    Links
    VisualAdmin 3.3: http://www.minecraftforum.net/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=116433
    Direct Link of minecraft_server.jar http://minecraft.net/download/minecraft_server.jar?v=1293336968068

    (You're welcome DeathCradle xD)
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    posted a message on MineOS--the most simple way to host MC
    Quote from Stxyzth »
    Ok i think i got the drift and not sure about stage 3.

    I used the ip once i typed ifconfig but it never brings up a page on chrome or firefox when i type the ip in :sad.gif:


    Type in "ifconfig" in MineOS and use the ip displayed into your web browser, it should prompt you for your username and password. Hopefully you can continue with the steps stated on the site.

    My question however is how to apply hey0 plugins, and I am also interested in transferring worlds. I am guessing this can be done with the ftp server, but (I feel dumb) I can't figure out the username.
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    posted a message on Have more than enough RAM, but can't allocate more...
    That did the trick, I must of skimmed past the Java folder in Program Files, because I checked there earlier on.

    Thanks.
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    posted a message on Have more than enough RAM, but can't allocate more...
    I have windows 7 64-bit, and the command line that I am using is:
    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe" -Xmx864M -Xms864M -jar minecraft_server.jar
    Posted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer Support
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    posted a message on Have more than enough RAM, but can't allocate more...
    I am hosting a server with my buds and everything works fine, but once in a while there is major lag. The only option I can think of is increasing the RAM (even though the server is only using 120mb at most.) I have 6GB of DDR3 RAM and I am only able to allocate 864mb, anymore and the cmd just quickly opens then closes. I'm pretty sure I have 32-bit and 64-bit java, I just can't rap my head around what the problem is.
    Posted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer Support
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