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    posted a message on Phantom wait time

    OK, cool! Thank you!

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    posted a message on Phantom wait time

    Thanks!

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    posted a message on Phantom wait time

    Is there a command or a way to view how much time is left before phantoms can start spawning in a world? Or, perhaps, how much time has passed since a character has slept?

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    posted a message on Connection timed out: getsockopt

    This is actually a catch-all error. Mojang really needs to fix their error codes so one specific error generates one specific and unique error code.

    You can get this error many ways.


    One is if you are using the wrong internal IP address in the definition of the game-launch entry in the launcher. I was using 192.168.2.38 when it actually should have been 192.168.1.38. This can happen if you changed your network somehow and it changed the IP address range granted by your DHCP server. (These are usually in ranges).


    Another way I found is if the external IP address and port isn't allowed to pass through your firewall. Check port forwarding rules in your external firewall.


    A third way is if the port forwarding rule points to the wrong server on your internal network. (This is similar to the first paragraph in my list above.)


    MOJANG: Please correct the error messages to give unique error codes depending upon which way the error is being generated.

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    posted a message on Connection timed out: getsockopt
    Quote from dono_nitram»





    Summary: Before everything else check if the ip address is correct

    I'm failing on the same system that's running the server.

    BugTracker is useless (as usual). They claim it's a technical support issue, not a bug. They just close tickets opened to report it. So don't bother trying to get help on BugTracker (bugs.mojang.com).

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    posted a message on Connection timed out: getsockopt

    made an account just to post here. my gf loves playing minecraft like nothing else and i just built a pc so weve been doing that a lot. a few days ago it just stopped working and she was really upset, i didnt think any of this would work but removing the firewall on public networks on the hosts computer really did fix the issue, and weve both been very happy,, so thank you!! definitely worth a try!!


    Please list the steps you took. Your description is incomplete.

    Quote from charloot12»

    i added an expectation to the windows defender and it worked,


    We need details. WHAT exception?

    Quote from Ricecaque»

    Just had this same issue! Thank god I found this post! Turning off the firewall(windows defender) for public network did the trick. I think it's the hosting computer that you have to turn it off for.


    Turning off the firewall on Public networks is courting disaster. Unless you're on a hard-wired (i.e. cabled ONLY network), you're allowing anybody in the neighborhood into your computer.

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    posted a message on Connection timed out: getsockopt

    This is probably the right solution, but the steps people have given are either wrong or incomplete. For one thing, there are 8 different instances of "Java(TM) platform SE binary" in the list. All of them have their root file as "javaw.exe".

    So, which one is it? And which checkboxes are needed?

    The steps to bring up the Defender app on Windows 10 are:


    1. Bring up Control Panel - AS AN ADMINISTRATOR
    2. Select "Security and Maintenance"
    3. Click the drop-down arrow next to Security
    4. Under Network Firewall, click "View in Windows Security"
    5. Near the bottom, click "Allow an app through firewall"
    6. Scroll down to items starting with the letter J.
    7. Click the "Change Settings" button
    8. Enter your Windows administrator account password (even though you brought Control Panel up as an administrator)
    9. Scroll down to items starting with the letter J (again, if necessary)

    This is where it gets tricky. It's going to be one of the entries that say "Java(TM) Platform SE binary". But as usual with Oracle products, they don't give it a proper name and they're not all the same file.


    What I don't know is WHICH entry to choose, nor do I know which checkboxes to check.But I checked all the boxes for all eight lines (on my system), and it still didn't work.


    So, HOW DO WE FIX THIS?

    Quote from moonmile»

    It seems that if you use `minecraft_server.1.20.6.jar`, it won’t run with older versions of Java.

    ```
    masuda@luna:~/minecraft$ /usr/bin/java -Xmx1G -jar server.jar --nogui
    Error: LinkageError occurred while loading main class net.minecraft.bundler.Main
    java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: net/minecraft/bundler/Main has been compiled by a more recent version of the Java Runtime (class file version 65.0), this version of the Java Runtime only recognizes class file versions up to 61.0
    ```

    On the server, try using something like `openjdk-21`.

    ```
    sudo apt install openjdk-21-jre
    ```


    That's a different error (but just as annoying). This problem started at 1.20.5. The problem you're posting about requires installing the latest JDK (which we all had to do a couple weeks ago).

    NOTE: My getsockopt problem exists even when I'm trying to login on the same system that's running the server.


    MOJANG: Please get somebody here to give us a fix!

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    posted a message on Unable to eat food

    I am unable to eat any kind of food in the game (well, at least all the ones I tried). It started suddenly two days ago, and I've tried even totally logging out of the game and going back in, but I still can't eat.


    Any ideas how to fix this without starting a new game?


    Update. I was able to switch to creative mode and eat there. Then I came back to survival mode, and was able to eat again.


    But this might still be a bug. Has anybody else seen this symptom?


    Java 1.20.5, with experiments for bundles and 1.21 features turned on. Seed 5703.

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    posted a message on Esc key blurs background

    THANK YOU!

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    posted a message on Esc key blurs background

    Hitting the escape key brings up the Game Menu, as before, but starting today, it blurs the background.

    I'm sure they thought this was clever or cute, but it's a pain because you can't read the text from F3 once you hit escape now.


    Is there any way to turn this "feature" off?


    I should say Java 1.20.5 on Windows 10.

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    posted a message on Do vaults require starting a new game?

    Can't. Bug Tracker doesn't accept bug reports for experiments. I did mention it on the Feedback site, but Mojang clearly ignores everything there, so that was a useless step.

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    posted a message on Do vaults require starting a new game?

    I recreated the world and went to the trial room in creative mode. There were no vaults.

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    posted a message on Do vaults require starting a new game?

    I THINK the reason there are none is because I had already been to that trial room before the update. But I don't want to have to start a whole new game if that's not the case, so that's why I'm asking.

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    posted a message on Do vaults require starting a new game?

    Can someone please answer this question?

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    posted a message on Do vaults require starting a new game?

    I have a 1.20 world with 1.21 experiments turned on. I'm upgraded to what I think is the latest version.

    But I went back to my Trial Room, and there are no vaults present.

    Do I have to create a brand new world in order to see them?

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