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You can follow @RPI_Awesomeness and create a desktop icon it's easy to access from dash search. If you want to create a bash file then Create a empty document on your desktop and paste the whole command in it. Right click & goto properties make it executable. That's it now double click and select run.
Welcome to Ubuntu. I am guessing you're using the latest version of Minecraft launcher(the new Minecraft launcher since Minecraft 1.6) with the title `Minecraft Launcher 1.5.3)right? With the command you state above, it will only start Minecraft launcher with Java 8 instead of Minecraft(the game) with Java 8. If you want to launch Minecraft with Java 8, ...
You can create a .desktop file that will do this. Bash file are usually run from the terminal, while .desktop files simply run a command, not necessarily needing a Terminal. As for launching Minecraft, that's simple enough. Run nano ~/.local/share/applications/minecraft.desktop in Terminal Copy/paste this in to the file you just opened: [Desktop Entry] ...
The second and third lines of your script are unnecessary. Your script should look like this: #!/bin/sh java -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar -o true Here's a breakdown of what each line of the script does: #!/bin/sh This line causes your script to be invoked by /bin/sh, which is (in the case) the bash shell java -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar -o true ...
I think you just used the external IP. but you must log in with How ever if you are on the same network as your server you can try to log inn with the internal IP from the server. for example: 10.0.0.347:25565 but i thing it doesn’t solve the crash error. But it can MABY be the RAM that is overloaded on your pc. (i am not an expert, but i have hosted some ...
I think it is because you installed Bukkit and not craftbukkit. but here you have a link to download craftbukkit: https://www.dropbox.com/s/giz9me8xcgkb1qa/craftbukkit.jar?dl=0 craftBukkit does not work to download on bukkit.org. it just shows an error: http://dl.bukkit.org/latest-rb/craftbukkit.jar It workt for me.
It's very simple to access it. Open up Minecraft. If you haven't logged in yet, then do so, the at a corner of the window press the button that says "Edit Profile". Then there's a button at the bottom that says "Open Game Dir" which will open the .minecraft folder you're looking for. That's all there is to it.
Before running the command try entering: export JAVA_HOME="path_to_java_home" Where path_to_java_home is the folder where your bin/java is. If java is properly installed you can find it's location, by using the command: readlink -f $(which java) Don't forget to remove bin/java from the end of the path while putting it into JAVA_HOME
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