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If you're hosting a server, it is possible that you will need to go into your host settings and white-list your friend's username. If you can connect fine using local host, this probably means that your public server is filtering who is allowed to join. I've heard that the newest Minecraft upgrade made server hosting more strict as far as public settings go. ...


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Armed with the above comments I feel I can now answer your question fairly definitively. Because the magic of internet technology is different than you expected, you'll have to connect to your minecraft server differently when you're at home vs not. To achieve some semblance of what you were looking for you have a few options: You can simply "Add Host" ...


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There isn't a way to print a user's UUID in-game. However - Your method works. If you are using a white-list, you can view the whitelist.json file to get a mapping of UUIDs with their player names – Avaq http://gaming.stackexchange.com/a/190188/75275 Whitelisting/opping/banning someone and then finding out their UUID from the ops.txt, banned.txt and ...


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If you are using a white-list, you can view the whitelist.json file to get a mapping of UUIDs with their player names.


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While you can addcond 82 to players to do it using cheats, the bumpercar model and sounds won't be loaded if you do that. You really need a server plugin to do it correctly. As of right now, there are 3: Kartify by Dr. McKay Bumper Cars by Chdata Bumpa Cars! by Matt_ Of these 3, the first two were updated just today. I would consider holding off on ...


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MineOS uses the existing credentials of your server (shadow passwords); In practical terms, this means any of the user/password combinations you can use to log into the command line (or SFTP) will be the same combination you use in MineOS. The usernames you listed, "admin" or "tc"--since they don't exist on your Ubuntu server--will not permit login into the ...



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