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TL;DR: Ask an admin but don't get your hopes up Not too long; did read: On a server, you can ask an admin (or anyone with access to the server's file system) to replace your current player.dat file with the one for your old account. Most likely though they won't do this unless it's a small server and you can provide proof that you own both accounts. On a ...


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According to this Raspberry Pi Minecraft V1.12 Server – Excellent Performance Guide blog, even a Raspberry Pi 4 is not very well suited as a Minecraft Server. Should you try this? Let me answer a big question right off the bat. Should you buy a Raspberry Pi just to run it as a Minecraft server? Absolutely not. If you just want to run a Minecraft server, ...


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In the debug screen (opened by F3 by default; unless your server has deprecated debug info) there is part about light, you can see blosk light and day light in there. Note that daylight isn't current level of light due to sun but level of light during the day. Also note that both figures speak about the block containing your feet. Walk in the lighted part ...


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I had some gold armor stuck in my inventory that I wanted to give to a friend but... for some reason, I couldn't get it out so I tried a whole bunch of stuff until I exited out of my inventory and accidentally swapped it with armor I already had on so if it's armor that's stuck just try this!


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I'm currently working on something similar, and the best solution I've found so far is the following: Use Datapacks with functions, not command block chains, that saves tons of performance you have to create separate setblock functions for every kind of chests you have, multiply by four for orientation (six for barrels). You can separate spawning and ...


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I, off the top of my head, recommend selecting a large area of the modded ores in WorldEdit, going over to the already loaded chunks, and manually pasting the ores around everywhere. I'm sure there's a more efficient way of doing this, but this is probably the easiest way I can think of that doesn't require any other programs. The command would be ...


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You can play at the same time using different devices, on the same account. However, only one of those accounts can join public servers. The others must stay on singleplayer mode. Otherwise, you may get kicked, or even banned, from the server.


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You can use a single account on multiple computers but not at the same time. Your brother can use it only while you are not playing.


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Uninstalling Hamachi did the trick.


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you should try with an other mincraft version like 1.9.3 or some thing like that. if it persists try with a completly different version like latest 1.15. then, if it continues it clearly means that one of the two computers (or both) is not capable of connecting to the other. in order to verify this statement, try connecting on an external server on each ...


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Just press t and type the message and press enter


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Sadly no. They use completely different map systems! Right now as of season 3 Krunker has no way to import object files :( Maybe someday though! Krunker has lots of other mapping tools and you could try to remake your minecraft map with the ingame krunker editor!


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With the additional info from the comments, I think, I can provide you with a walkthrough to your issue. Stop and disable your minecraft server, and clean-up the config files, if it's configured to start on boot. (I'm assuming you followed the tutorial all the way through). You can do this by using the following commands. sudo systemctl stop ...


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