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If NAT is being used anywhere (including your client's router), then conntrack may drop idle connections. You may try setting up TCP keepalive to prevent this, by enforcing minimum activity on all connections even when they are idle. Check /proc/sys/net/ipv(4|6)/tcp_keepalive_*
For reference for anyone else having this issue, go to edit profile. In the executable box, put the path to java. (For me, it was /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/bin/java check which version you're using) In JVM arguments, I had -Xmx2560M -Xms512M.
Copy everything in the script (excluding #!/bin/xxxx) into /etc/rc.local. You may need to run: systemctl enable rc-local.service Easy!
Solved, but kudos to Thanos and Joe. Not the ideal solution, as I will have to set everything up again and backup data from ext HD. However, it did fix the problem. Firstly, I performed a clean install of Ubuntu, effectively wiping the HD. Next I went back to the original help file at 'How to geek'. This time, however, I did not mess with the driver ...
If this is solely about good news, since this is Ubuntu we're talking about a clean install while keeping all your files is possible (though I would still recommend backing up your data before a clean install). To do this, boot up the computer using an Ubuntu Live CD (or USB) but don't install anything. Instead open up the folder manager and your partition ...
Try creating a Launcher using the commands, it's easy and simple! Right-Click Click Create launcher and fill in the command and directory, also change "minecraft.jar" to "Minecraft.jar" as that's what it's called for 1.9
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