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Exit code 143. Game ended with bad state. Are you not getting a crash report from your launcher? If Minecraft opens then closes without warning, but only tells you it ended with a bad state, contact Mojang developers, because the least you should be getting is a crash report. So in the end, there are three possibilities; 1. Your launcher was never updated. ...


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Running ln -s (insertwindowsminecraftfolderhere) ~/ in Terminal should allow you to do this (You may need to delete ~/.minecraft in order for this to work (BACKUP YOUR DATA!)) Remember to replace (insertwindowsminecraftfolderhere) with the folder of your Windows hard drive's .minecraft folder! (i.e. if my Windows partition was mounted on /mnt/sda1 and my ...


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Minecraft is available for linux users but the installation of the game is not as easy as it may seem. some distributions are not built ready for a graphic and java heavy game. here is a link to a tutorial on how to properly install minecraft on a linux system. ...


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You can run a .jar in a terminal like this java -jar location/of/your/minecraft.jar To make a file you can click to open, open Gedit and paste the following code (edited for your location) in to a new document, then save it where you like and name it minecraft.sh. #!/bin/bash java -jar location/of/your/minecraft.jar Now right click minecraft.sh and ...


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Open the Terminal .go to the file location using cd command and use the java command to run any .jar file: java -jar minecraft.jar


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Try this simple solution before reinstalling/changing drivers/changing java runtime/settings/etc. Resize the Minecraft window to be just a little less than fullscreen. This solved the screen flashing problem for me, running Minecraft on Ubuntu.


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You need to add the Path=/home/YOURUSERNAME/Desktop to it, that's what made it work for me.


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Java applications can have their own desktop or launcher icon to start like any other application. To get there we just need to create a minecraft.desktop file in ~/.local/share/applications/ with the following content: [Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Value=1.0 Type=Application Name=MineCraft GenericName=Minecraft Comment=Start Minecraft ...


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I don't know why you tried to click on it, the location of the .jar file should be in the $PATH of minecraft. I don't have any experience mindcrafting, I have alot of experience programming in Java and administering Java dependant applications on Ubuntu; I also set my brother up with Gary's mod on Ubuntu 12.04. So basically here's the diagnostic flowchart ...


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Running jars in linux is easy. Just open a terminal and type java -jar <path to jarfile> then hit enter and voilà it works.


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Actually, a better answer is to enter the following at the command prompt. sudo update-ca-certificates -f


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These guys are over-thinking this a little too hard. The solution is simple, redirect your .svg Icon=/usr/share/icons/Minecraft_Block.svg to a .ico file (Icon File) so it would look something like this: Icon=/usr/share/icons/Minecraft_Block.ico A quick way is to go here and use the url: http://i.stack.imgur.com/QGCXb.png a simply click the big ...


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Hey! Fellow Ubuntu User So you wanna play Minecraft on your Linux Box... well i cant blame you its a great game So here is how to play Minecraft and get your .jar file (believing you've already downloaded it) working Step 1 Extract Minecraft to a folder inside your home directory...(to make it hidden you can name the folder .minecraft and use ctrl+h to ...



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