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Open a terminal and fire this command: sudo apt-get install ca-certificates-java And make sure that the time setting of your system is correct. Source I quote: Basically, Minecraft uses SSL to protect your login, but Java didn’t have the certificates needed to verify. The Minecraft launcher really should give a better error message, but this was ...


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Install Oracle Java 8 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer After that sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-set-default And use the minecraft-installer: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:minecraft-installer-peeps/minecraft-installer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...


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Upstart scripts need to end in .conf. To rename your file, run: sudo mv /etc/init/minecraft-server /etc/init/minecraft-server.conf ...followed by: sudo initctl reload-configuration


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What you might want to try is Optifine, a minecraft lagg stop which lets you customize the game settings even more into depth. just google it and download the version for whatever version of minecraft you have, then mark the file as executable ( in the properties menu (right click) ) an then run. it will install optifine then run minecraft launcher, then ...


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Use the minecraft-installer: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:minecraft-installer-peeps/minecraft-installer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install minecraft-installer Once installed, run Minecraft from the menu / Dash, login with your Minecraft account and the installation should start automatically. Source


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JAR files are not executable in the same way as shell scripts and programs are. Rather, you need java to run them. Check to see if you have Java Installed Run the following: java -version If you get something like this, you have it installed and you can skip the Installation step. If not, continue with the Installation Step. Installation (If you ...


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Simple as it is: You have to create an account at https://minecraft.net/demo (You can use any fantasy email as it doesn't have to be valid for the demo to run once.) Log in in your game-screen and press the DEMO Button The game will download the rest it needs to run.


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You appear to be using an ARM cpu, which minecraft does not support.


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From a Terminal Window run the following: sudo rm -rf ~/.local/share/Trash/*


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Try this: sudo rm -rf ~/.local/share/Trash/* Of course replace the * with the folder that you wish to delete or else everything in the trash will be deleted.


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I fixed my issue. I figured that Minecraft was running via the Intel integrated graphics card. I used optirun to fire up Minecraft and my issue was solved.


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I think, actually, this needs to be an answer. Tell me if I'm wrong. The Minecraft icon has no circle and isn't flat because that's not the way the icon was made. The rest of the icons are part of the Numix set, which has specially made icons for most programs on Ubuntu. Not everything is going to conform with your theme, since the theme makers can't ...


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Minecraft launchers often support multiple versions of java by specifying the java executable directly. Indeed, the same is true of the generic minecraft launcher. This means that just having java 1.7 installed might not be enough, you might still be running minecraft with an incompatible version. Try checking the settings of the launcher the ensure that ...


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Ensure the file has execute permissions: chmod +x /path/to/file.jar or right click on the file/propierties/permissions and check the "Allow executing file as program" box Execute via command line the jar file: java -jar /path/to/file.jar


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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:minecraft-installer-peeps/minecraft-installer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install minecraft-installer Once installed, run Minecraft from the menu / Dash, login with your Minecraft account and the installation should start automatically. Source ... and you can play Minecraft


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It looks like your program expects something in the form of : file:///home/kailas/Downloads/Minecraft.jar For more information on url syntax, read this wikipedia article.


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If You have Ubuntu Tweak, you can create asociation in card File Types Manager Select line "Archive Java" and change the record by double click: Add > Use own command > type "/usr/bin/java -jar " and press enter. After that you can easily run java app by double-clicking on it. Happy clicking!


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The Swap total given by free reflects the swap space configured on your system, which is the amount of space that the system can use on disk if the amount of RAM is insufficient. An overview on swap can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwapFaq. In the output you posted we can see that none of the swap is actually used, which means that the ...



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