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Once you have run the server software and port forwarded, in a file named server properties, set whitelist to true. When you've done that, there will be another file called whitelist where you can list the players names that are allowed to join.


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This is not possible. Only the player can change their own skin, this cannot be done by a server, and not even prompted by a server. You can add a request at spawn for them to do this though.


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According to the Minecraft Wiki Chickens naturally generate on grass blocks with 2 blocks of free space above it at light level of 9 or more. which is more or less the same as what is listed for Pigs Pigs spawn on grass blocks at a light level of 9 or more. Herds of pigs spawn upon world generation. however the finer points on how animals spawn ...


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Try downloading MCEdit and opening up your world. You should see the mobs represented as red boxes around your bed; highlight them by clicking and dragging a selection around them, and then press Delete Entities. This doesn't remove actual players, but it will affect any items/xp on the ground, so be careful.


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Forge (the mod platform needed for most mods) for 1.8 is still in beta, but you CAN download it. The problem is most mods have not updated to 1.8. Archimedes Ships is the mod you are looking for; it lets you create airships and boats, but it too is not updated to 1.8. If you'd like to follow the development of Archimedes Ships, watch this forum post: ...


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This is called an Ender Crystal. It is not a block but an entity and can be spawned in using /summon EnderCrystal


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If you have access to commands, you can use /effect [username or @a (for all players)] 23 99999 10 Effect number 23 is the effect for saturation. It will replenish your hunger bar. With the power of it being set to 10, it will regenerate half of the whole hunger bar per tick (you can raise it to 20 for the entire bar at a time). To refresh it, you ...


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The recommendation by Phaeze is more likely to get you to your answer. On a side note, it's likely that Minecraft doesn't necessarily have anything to do with your problem since the time frame is anywhere between 10-60 minutes. It's probably just coincidental. If your router is a combo modem/router that your ISP provides, it could be faulty. If it's a ...


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Minecraft accounts are intended for use by only one user at a time. Technically two users should not even play offline using the same Minecraft account. Starting a multiplayer game and attempting to login with the same account produces an error for this reason (whether on a LAN or a server). You must buy another account (licensing another copy of the ...


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You can't run Minecraft on 2 different computers with the same account because they will be registered as conflicting messages.


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Assuming you are in single player, exiting to the menu, setting the difficulty to peaceful and reloading the world should remove all hostile mobs. You can then change the difficulty back immediately and continue as you were.


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/setblock a hopper directly above the dispenser with the items in it that you want to add. For example, to add a stack of arrows: /setblock X Y Z hopper 0 replace {Items:[{id:arrow,Count:64}]} You can remove the hopper afterwards with another /setblock command if you need to.


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Turn off Touchscreen Mode in Options > Controls.


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All entities can have a PersistenceRequired tag, which can stop them from despawning. If you are willing to use commands, you can stop slimes spawning like this: /entitydata @e[type=Slime] {PersistenceRequired:1b}


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A /testforblock will actually work perfectly here. /testforblock allows for partial NBT matches. This means that you can simply not specify a slot, and it will work. There are a couple of problems (if someone puts too many materials in a stack it won't detect properly, for example), but overall, it's not that difficult to do. Let's go with the example you ...


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Another way to do this, which is the simplest, is simply this: Create a command block with a fast loop on it and type: /tp @a[r=radius] x y z Replace radius with the radius around the command block which you want to teleport, and insert the xyz co-ords. You can find these by pressing F3.


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You'll need a redstone clock with a command block as shown below: In the command block add the command /testfor @a[x=400,y=4,z=Z,r=600] and start up your clock. When ever a user is at that location, the red output line as shown in the picture will power. Once they have left the position, the output will power off.


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Yes, it turns out that you can use /spreadplayers with entities. This: /spreadplayers 30 30 10 30 false @e[type=!Player] Will spread any non-player entities. Using @e[type=ArmorStand] in that command instead will limit it to just your armour stands.


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If that's actually the command you're using, there needs to be a space between the set and @e. I'm not sure what your intending with the c argument. It shouldn't matter for the most part, but it seems useless and will only cause potential problems. Make sure that the conditions are actually matched. Are the entities within 3 blocks? Is their "Death" score ...


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You can set up a separate launcher profile to play on a version previous to Beta 1.8, (which is when the Hunger Mechanic was added). Failing this, you may need to install a custom mod. Doing a quick search for disabling hunger in Minecraft turned up a couple of options such as this one: ...


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Keep it simple, if you are just adding more if a single block use a hopper on the top of it... if you are trying to add more blocks than there is spaces... sadly it isn't quite possible - unless you use a comparator to detect when the dispenser is empty then using a command block fill it with different items. Hope the helped, if you have any further ...


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If you open the chat before you die by pressing the command button (By default /), you can enter commands while dead. This means knowing when you'll die and pressing /, the entering the command properly.


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In addition to the whitelisting option mentioned, you can simply turn on your server when only you and your friends are playing and turn it off when you're done (this will save your progress and no one else will be able to log in without you knowing). Just leave the server address as the default external IP. It's extremely unlikely that anyone will find it ...


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From Wikipedia: 504 Gateway Timeout The server was acting as a gateway or proxy and did not receive a timely response from the upstream server. "Gateway or proxy" would mean a computer between your computer and your server. The "upstream server" would be the computer on the other side of the gateway. That computer is not talking to the gateway. ...


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The problem here is that the StoredEnchantments tag is not directly in the item's root tag, it is in the tag tag. Try this: /blockdata ~ ~3 ~ {Items:[{id:403,Count:1,Slot:0,tag:{StoredEnchantments:[{id:32,lvl:5}]}}]}


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First two questions aren't possible as far as I know. There's not really a good way to detect if a player right clicks in general; whether it's a specific block would be even harder to detect. The third question is possible though, as there's a stat.craftingTableInteraction scoreboard objective type. First, create the objective to track people opening a ...


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I feel that there is definitely an easier way: /execute @e[type=Item] ~ ~ ~ summon Zombie ~ ~ ~ It should work, just the only downside is that /execute cannot support NBT's like {Item:{id:"minecraft:iron_ingot"}}


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Use an ender pouch and instead of dumping the items into your ae system, dump them into a sorting system. You may consider using filing cabinets instead of chests because it can store any item with the same item id aka ignoring metadata and nbt. And for quick access you can hook up storage buses to the filing cabinets



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