You can't, unless your school allows you access to install drivers (they don't. None of them do.)
Either way, most school computers probably couldn't handle Minecraft. They're generally very cheap computers.
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Sep 24, 20101) Get WinRar and install.Posted in: Legacy Support
2) Open Minecraft.jar with WinRar (On windows, this is located in %appdata%\.minecraft\bin)
3) Click on the big "Add" button in the top left of WinRar.
4) Browse to where you've unzipped the texture pack, and select all the files from it
5) Click "OK"
6) Play MineCraft
Sep 24, 2010The active directory is the directory that the Terminal is currently working in.Posted in: Legacy Support
To display the current active directory, use the "pwd" command (stands for "Print Working Directory".)
If the directory displayed is something other than the location of minecraft_server.jar, use
to change the active directory, and try running the commands there.
If that still fails, or if you were already in the right directory, post the error java is currently giving you (it should no longer be giving you a class not found exception, as net.minecraft.server is the correct classpath.)
Sep 24, 2010Well for one thing, I'd generally recommend using the command listed on minecraft.net to launch your server:Posted in: Legacy Support
java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar minecraft_server.jar nogui
However if you really want to launch it this way, the correct command would be
java -jar minecraft_server.jar -cp net.minecraft.server
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