Command line options with nogui would be nice so I can setup a cronjob to run this on my server. Bonus points if you can just pass it the path to the directory containing the save or something instead of being restricted to World[1-5]
hey im trying to run this program on my mac but its not working. here is what im doing; open the MTS-0 folder, open the .sh file, copy command, go to terminal, paste command, hit enter. this is the message it is giving me "Unable to access jarfile ./minecraftImager.jar" What do?
This isn't working for me. STDOUT is showing that it is looking in D:\Users\blah\ for AppData but only a few of my user folders have been moved to D:\. %APPDATA% points to C:\Users\blah\AppData. How can I get mts.exe to use %APPDATA% variable instead?
here is what im doing; open the MTS-0 folder, open the .sh file, copy command, go to terminal, paste command, hit enter.
Why don't you just start the .sh script right out of its directory?
Quote from brreed93 »
this is the message it is giving me "Unable to access jarfile ./minecraftImager.jar" What do?
Java doesn't know where to look for some jarfile if you don't supply a path. "./" is the path your shell is at when you "paste comand", which is obviously not the path where the jarfile resides. Just start the .sh script right out of its directory. If that is not an option, before you "paste command", you can either
or supply Java with the path
"java -jar /absolute/path/to/minecraftImager.jar"
Like I did on the first page. Sounds like someone needed to read all of the thread.
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I just changed it to
java -jar ~/Downloads/Minecraft/MTS/minecraftImager.jar -Xms128m -Xmx1024m
of course, I'll have to change it if I ever move it.
Have you actually tried to run the .sh under OS X? If you had, you would notice that running it without set ff=unix it will only give you errors. Example:
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/Users/***********/Downloads/Minecraft/MTS/mts.sh ; exit;
MacBook:~ ***********$ /Users/***********/Downloads/Minecraft/MTS/mts.sh ; exit;
-bash: /Users/***********/Downloads/Minecraft/MTS/mts.sh: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
Add set ff=unix to the first line, and it works. I don't give a **** if it's proper code or not, it works.
I loooooooove this. I can see all around my castle / fortress now and i gotta say, it looks sweet.
This thing has helped me find so much stuff. There was a lava waterfall behind a mountain i had no idea about till i used this.
What would be a great improvemnet to this would be to toggle the showing or certain blocks. i.e. Only show diamond, Gold, Iron, Lava, Dont show coal, dirt, gravel, sand... etc etc but anyways good job on this!
This is a great alternative to cartographer, although I have a problem. I gave it 10k chunks to load and it keeps freezing right before its done, I tried giving it 2gigs of ram to work with but it doesn't seem to want to finish rendering. Help?
EDIT: Forgot to mention Im on a mac if that helps.
Yea ive gotten it to work for the most part. I just rendered terrain and nothing else and it works fine. I also get the unknown tile errors too. Im not java expert so I dont know what those errors are, Im here telling you it works so dont give up!
If you are running windows I suggest you try the .net version. Most of the issues in the Java version were caused by Java running out of memory. Java is weird and has a heap space which MTS seemed to gobble up very quickly for no apparent reason. .NET however does not have this problem.