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I'm trying to create an XP shop for a server I'm setting up. For this to work, I need to set a minimum level to make sure people that don't have enough levels can't buy the things they're not supposed to. My test command reads:

/give @p[lm=6] diamond

Pretty basic. The command works perfectly for single player. Only It keeps coming up with on the server:

[08:39:18] There is no such item with name minecraft:[lm=6]

So, why doesn't the "level minimum" command work on the server, and is there a way around this?

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Always make sure to copy and paste the commands, otherwise you can get problems like this from simple typos.

You probably had a space between @p and [lm=6], that way Minecraft interprets [lm=6] as the item name.

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  • I did copy paste. Furthermore, I tried it with, and without a space between and neither worked Jan 28, 2018 at 0:42
  • Can you make a video? You definitely shouldn't get that error message without the space. Jan 28, 2018 at 8:40
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This is simply because of how servers like bukkit, spigot, etc. have a custom /give command.

You need to type /minecraft:give @p[lm=6] diamond in order to use Minecraft's vanilla /give command which contains the "[lm=6]" tag in it's coding. Hope this helps!

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