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For runnign Minecraft you need to have Java (icedtea7) installed.
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For running Minecraft you need to have Java (icedtea7) installed.
  
 
== Client ==
 
== Client ==
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== Create a user for running Minecraft ==
 
== Create a user for running Minecraft ==
  
We create a user which has a home /home/minecraft created and is not able to login via shell and/or ssh.
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{{Root|useradd -m -s /bin/bash minecraft}}
  
{{Root|useradd -m -s /sbin/nologin minecraft}}
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Become the minecraft user so that any file you download is owned by the correct user.
  
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{{Root|su -l minecraft}}
  
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== Obtain and run the server binary ==
  
== Obtain and run the server binary ==
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Download the current server binary from, e.g. minecraft_server.1.7.4.jar and run it.
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{{Command|wget minecraft_server.1.7.4.jar}}
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{{Command|tmux new -s minecraft}}
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{{Command|java -Xms32M -Xmx1024M -jar minecraft_server.1.7.4.jar nogui}}
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== Stopping the server ==
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{{Root|su -l minecraft}}
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{{Command|tmux attach -t minecraft}}
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On the Minecraft server command-line.
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{{Command|stop}}
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== Configuration ==
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{{File|ops.txt|
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<pre>
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tgurr
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</pre>
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}}
  
Download the current server binary [https://minecraft.net/download Minecraft.jar] run it.
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{{File|server.properties|
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<pre>
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level-name=deltaquadrant
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server-name=deltaquadrant.org
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server-port=25565
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server-ip=xx.xx.xx.xx
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white-list=true
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snooper-enabled=false
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difficulty=1
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gamemode=0
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motd=your motd
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</pre>
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}}
  
{{Command|java -jar Minecraft.jar}}
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{{File|white-list.txt|
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<pre>
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username1
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username2
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</pre>
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}}

Latest revision as of 01:18, 14 December 2013

For running Minecraft you need to have Java (icedtea7) installed.

Client

Obtain and run the client launcher

Download the Minecraft.jar and run the Launcher.

$ java -jar Minecraft.jar

Sound issues when using PulseAudio

Minecraft uses OpenAL which seems to get confused sometimes (missing sounds or music), so tell it to use the pulse driver first.

File: /etc/openal/alsoft.conf
drivers=pulse,alsa,oss

Server

Create a user for running Minecraft

# useradd -m -s /bin/bash minecraft

Become the minecraft user so that any file you download is owned by the correct user.

# su -l minecraft

Obtain and run the server binary

Download the current server binary from, e.g. minecraft_server.1.7.4.jar and run it.

$ wget minecraft_server.1.7.4.jar
$ tmux new -s minecraft
$ java -Xms32M -Xmx1024M -jar minecraft_server.1.7.4.jar nogui

Stopping the server

# su -l minecraft
$ tmux attach -t minecraft

On the Minecraft server command-line.

$ stop

Configuration

File: ops.txt
tgurr
File: server.properties
level-name=deltaquadrant
server-name=deltaquadrant.org
server-port=25565
server-ip=xx.xx.xx.xx
white-list=true
snooper-enabled=false
difficulty=1
gamemode=0
motd=your motd
File: white-list.txt
username1
username2