In the launcher, go into the "Installations" tab. Choose a profile to patch. This method won't disrupt your game in any way, but if you're worried about breaking something, create a new installation.
Open the "More Options" panel, and paste the following text at the beginning of the "JVM Arguments" text field:
If you use the JDK instead of the JRE then you can use the following command line to force the JDK to use all available cores for optimising Java itself (source):
-server -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+UseParNewGC -XX:+CMSIncrementalPacing -XX:ParallelGCThreads=7 -XX:+AggressiveOpts -Xms1G -Xmx8G -jar craftbukkit-1.4.7-R1.0.jar
As you are clearly using Windows,...
Assuming you've done the normal troubleshooting (such as disabling the Firewall), you're experiencing bug with the networking protocol being used on MacOS (IPv6 versus IPv4), documented in detail here:
... also MC-98499, MC-98772, MC-99283, MC-99419, MC-99884
No, there is no way as far as I'm concerned. I'm pretty sure you mite have to invest in a dedicated server (with lots of RAM) as there is generally no way of executing the server through your host.
Or you could just host the server on your own PC
Yes you should be able to do this. You'll have to port forward for each server. I found this post that explains how it works.
Basically you do the port forwarding and when you want someone to join, give them the IP followed by the port number separated by a colon. An example would be:
Your other server would be something like:
Make your sure connection is good, and that both of you have have a wifi connection
Make sure your using the same version, as you will not be able to play with different versions
Make sure that the host has LAN turned on, as people can connect, if it is off, the world will not show up
Make sure that your not both logged in into the same username, (simalar ...
No. Your web host will likely be what's called "shared hosting". This means the hoster runs a large number on websites on the same host. You'd be able to upload the server .exe or .jar to your server but you couldn't run it. You'd need to run it on your PC or use a proper minecraft server host.
A currently running process is listening on port 25565 and will not give it up to the new instance of your server.
In your situation, it's likely the process that's "clogging" the port is (part of) a previous instance of your server that wasn't shut down properly.
In Windows XP, run the command prompt with Win+R>cmd. Then run the command netstat -ano to ...
Your website is located on a web hosting. This means that that machine runs only one program (well, a set of programs) you have access to - a web server, that serves pages for browsers. To set up a Minecraft world, you will need to run a completely different program - a Minecraft server. This requires you to have operating-system-level access to the server, ...
The simple answer is Yes, having more people on a server will cause it to use up more resources, foremost RAM and secondly CPU.
The longer answer is to explain that each person on the server loads a set of the chunks around them, that is what they are looking at. If all of the people are close together then you will get overlap on these as the players will ...
Plug-ins that allow users to protect areas
Many, many mods and plug-ins allow users to "own" small or large parts of the server, where they're the only players (besides mods) able to place or break blocks. These can even be set to prevent TNT and creeper explosions from doing their damage to blocks (health bars are still affected, typically).
If everyone is on the same LAN, you do not need to port forward in order to play.
You need to do two things:
First, find your local IP. For Windows, start CMD as administrator, type in ipconfig and press enter. Next to IPv4 Address should be something that looks like 192.168.1.X where X is one ore more numbers. Remember this number, with the dots.
Start steam in Offline-Mode (should be done automatically if you don't have Internet anyway).
Make sure all of your computers are connected via LAN.
In console type: map map.
Kick the bots with the console command: bot_kick all.
Allow people to join via LAN on your server with the command: sv_lan 1 (not sure if it is on 1 or 0 by default).
With the command ...
In general, the "tick rate" refers to how many times per second essential game tasks are run - this is a "game tick". Examples of tasks which might run on the game tick include calculating the movement of players, recalculating lighting and processing AI behavior. Many different games have different tick rates by default - Minecraft, for example, tries to ...
Minecraft server version has nothing to do with it's security, no version has any bugs that would allow for any sort of exploit to control the computer the server is on. Having people know you're IP is a different story, however all this really opens you up to is DDoS and DoS attacks, and these will only happen if someone gets really upset. If this is not ...
Routers, as a general rule, do not allow local loop-back of connections, or martian packets as they are sometimes known. This is for valid network security reasons and the number of routers that make this optional are in the minority, and even if yours is one of them enabling it just to play a game is something I would strongly recommend against.
Connect to ...
I think what you're asking is how to download the correct server release from Minecraft, because the download page always lists (just) the current version.
Fortunately, the download link is consistent. The current link is:
So, you just alter the versions a bit, and ...
Notice: I haven't tested this on Mac OSX server but it should run.
First download and install SteamCMD and then start the programm.
Choose the path where the dedicated server should be installed with the force_install_dir /full/path/to/csgo-ds/command.
Install the dedicated server with this command: app_update 740 validate
Then quit the SteamCMD with ...
By default, you need to port forward TCP 25565. No UDP required for this game.
You can change this port by using server-port=<new-port> as outlined in this answer.
As for what type of application, you need to ask 2Wire.
Thanks for trying man, but a process in java needs specific triggers for a thread to split - it has to be coded that way.
You can get some practical examples here : https://beginnersbook.com/2013/03/multithreading-in-java/
While Minecraft has a decently robust developed multicore support on the client side, it lacks it on the serverside. Anything above 3 ...
I'm not going to bother writing a new answer for this:
I literally copy-pasted my answer from here
(With the exception of the strike-through on reasons that does not apply for this version of MC; 1.8)
Here are eight possible reasons why your skin isn't showing:
Your skin has not refreshed yet.
You never had a skin prior to the UUID update, ...
You posted seven hours ago, so the immediate problem may have been resolved by the reboot suggested in another answer. However, as a more fine-tuned solution, you might find this answer valuable: How to close TCP and UDP ports via windows command line.
Rebooting the entire machine will end all processes, freeing all ports used by those processes, and that ...
Some folks use VPS servers to try and 'crack' all kinds of authentication servers, including Mojang's. They're not really interested in Minecraft accounts beyond learning of an email / password pair that might work for other (more important) things like gmail.
It's not unlikely that the previous 'owner' of your VMs IP was engaged in those sort of ...
The only way to have a Name as address is to have a Domain with that name.
With the DNS this name will determine the Server IP.
You can try a Dynamic DNS Service which offers that Server Administrators which IP is Dynamic (IP Changes after X Hours) to have a Domain.
So unfortunately it's quite easier to tell him everytime the IP of the server than trie ...
What you are looking for is called Motd, which is message of the day, or motto of the day.
No mods needed but it is doesn't work thru chat.
I found a Steam Guide by Jimo about it. You basically create a png image, pick a background color, create an html for it (all available there), then you upload it to a website, save the URL to a txt file ...
You need to do something called port forwarding. In essence, port forwarding is mapping one IP address and port to another. Most commonly, one maps an external IP and port (that can be accessed by everyone) into an internal IP and port (which cannot), thus allowed the internal IP and port to be accessible from the outside.
In your case, you need to map your ...