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Method 1: Make sure both computers are turned on and are on the same network. Open a local world in the computer you would like to host it on. Hit "open to lan" On your daughter's computer open Multiplayer. Wait for about five seconds. The LAN world on the main PC will show up. Select it and hit Join Server. Voila! Method 2: If you would like to, get ...


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If you have both Java and Minecraft.jar installed, try this. This assumes that Minecraft.jar is in your user's Downloads directory: Open a Terminal window: CTRL+ALT+T Navigate to the directory where Minecraft.jar is by typing: cd ~/Downloads Run Minecraft by typing: java -jar ./Minecraft.jar


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All I did was go to: https://minecraft.net/download and select "Show All Platforms". Next I clicked and downloaded the Minecraft.jar file. Thats it. Just be sure you have Java installed. You also may need to click the Minecraft.jar file properties and change the file to launch as an executable. There may be other ways but this has worked for me.


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This is what I found: How do we install Java in Wine? But I don't have any problems with mods on my linux machine so I'm wondering if there could be another problem. Do you have Forge or ModLoader installed? I would make sure the JDK is fully up to date on the linux machine, Forge updated, Minecraft updated, etc. The minecraft EXE is a relatively new ...


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Found the problem. What I needed to do was change the driver I was using to the X.org Nouveau driver. For anyone else experiencing this issue you can change that in "Additional Drivers" For others: I am using an Alienware M14x with nVidia GeForce GTX 765M.


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Minecraft on Linux may require a few tweaks before running optimaly. Minecraft recommends Oracle Java vs open alternatives. You should only need the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). Documentation for Java provided by Ubuntu. Minecraft ships with an outdated version of lwjgl. (This is no longer true on newer versions of Minecraft) Give Minecraft ...


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GNU Screen is a tool that lets you reattach to a previous session. Just install it on your remote server. apt-get install screen Now when you connect to the machine via SSH, just type screen and press Space. You will be back to your normal terminal. Run whatever you want (minecraft) here. Now assume your connection dropped. Buy don't worry, because it ...



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