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http://sourceforge.net/projects/java-game-lib/files/Official%20Releases/LWJGL%202.9.1/lwjgl-2.9.1.zip/download open up terminal and run command unzip lwjgl-2.9.1.zip cd lwjgl-2.9.1/ cp jar/* ~/.minecraft/bin/ cp native/linux/* ~/.minecraft/bin/natives/ run Minecraft again


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The minecraft.jar file is actually just a launcher, it downloads the neccessary files for minecraft and puts them in the .minecraft folder of your home directory. I'm also running minecraft in chrubuntu, and it works fine. Looking at the file I downloaded, it is actually called "Minecraft.jar" (capital M), so make sure that your file is actually called ...


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Uninstall oricle java. I had the same problem (but with an even better gpu) and had the same java installs ,I removed oricle and my fps shot up from 20fps to 200fps 10 times better WOOOOO


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With the copy/paste desktop file entry Ubuntu 12.04 and Ubuntu Studio displayed the default icon rather than Minecraft's in Unity and Docky. However, for whatever reason it worked when it was dropped on the desktop. The problem was caused by the extra space after '[Desktop Entry] ' in the answer above. By removing the space with gedit finally the correct ...


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Right click the minecraft.jar hit properties then do execute file as a program. This works for me and for others. Most likely this should get your minecraft to work.


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You can change permissions like this. sudo chmod 700 minecraft.jar Than run this with java environment: java -jar minecraft.jar Make sure that you use the right path to .jar file. You can always drag and drop (a) file/files into terminal, instead of typing the path. So in this case type: sudo chmod 700 followed by dragging minecraft.jar into ...


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Finally, a question I can answer! Right click the .jar file and select properties. Go to permissions and click the box at the bottom 'Allow executing file as program'. Close the window. Open Ubuntu software centre. Search for Java 7. Install the package 'OpenJDK Java 7 Runtime' Once installed, open the minecraft.jar file and it should work. If not right ...


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have you tried to run this command? java -jar minecraft.jar othwise make it executable like this : chmod +x /path/to/your/minecraft.jar and than run it ./minecraft.jar also check : Security/ExecutableBit


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I remember having trouble with MineCraft and having to install 'liblwjgl-java' from Synaptic package Manager (or you can use Software Centre) to get the game working properly, or you can type the following in a Terminal window: sudo apt-get install liblwjgl-java Failing that pop onto minetest.net and get the free MineTest 0.4.9 game which is very ...


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There is a universal JAR file for minecraft avaliable for download, so you wouldnt have to use WINE. I think you would have to right click on it and open it with the JRE you have downloaded. Universal JAR file download link: http://www.minecraft.net/download EDIT: I do not know what may have caused that, maybe something went wrong with WINE


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You shouldn't be launching Minecraft by running launcher.jar. This file is not built to be executed alone and can't be. You have to use Minecraft.jar instead. This is the program that takes care of the login and actually calls the launcher. The technical reason is the following: Executable Java Archives (.jar files) have to contain a line in their ...



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