I actually just had that happen. Went to the forums right away to see if anyone else did. I died on my rail by a zombie, then when I respawned, I went back over to where I died, picked up my stuff, then rode the rail back home. I I quit and saved wondering if that would get the default cursor position to be at the center when you open your inventory or something, but when I loaded it again, it said I was dead. I respawned again and ran back to where I first died, nothing there. I ran back to my house, nothing there either. Now my inventory's gone along with all my logs, steel and tools. >.<
Also, I can't play anymore without dying on loading and losing my inventory :/
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Sep 28, 2009I was hoping for a remote console actually, so I could check on the server without having to connect (and be able to check the current logs).Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Do you know of some way I could get a system like that in place?
Actually, just realized I can check on logs by logging into my vps at any terminal. Hidden perk I just found. :tongue.gif:
Anyways, thanks for all the help.
Sep 28, 2009Okay, I got the VPS, set up the server with centos. Connected to my minecraft server I set up and it works perfectly. :biggrin.gif: I just need to install the Minecraft Server Operator so I can check on files and make backups. So, how would you go about doing this? I know I need to install mono, but I'm not sure how to download it through a terminal or install it.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Also, with a linode360, would I have enough resources with a 512x512x256 map at an average 8 players to handle a small web server on the side?
Sep 27, 2009First off, sorry if I should have posted this in the other threads, but I wasn't sure if I should necro them.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Anyways, I'm considering using a a vps service like Linode to hose a minecraft server, but I saw that they only offer 360MB of ram. Looking at my task manager, the server I'm running off my computer right now's taking far more than that running my 512x512x256 map. Would it still be able to fit within the limits? Would I need to trim the map to make it fit? Also, would I have enough space left over to put a lil website on the server?
Thanks in advance. :smile.gif:
Aug 29, 2009First off, hello everyone in the Minecraft Forums. Last week I started hosting a server for a community I'm in. We just recently decided we wanted a new map since the randomly generated map we were playing on was near full. We all liked the generated map, but just thought it was too small. So anywho, here's my request.Posted in: Mods Discussion
Could someone make a map that would essentially be a 512x512x128 (L,W,H) randomly generated map complete with trees, rivers and cave systems? One other feature that I'd like to have would be a very large lake (around 1/4 of the map) with a deep bottom. I was hoping this could look as as close to a stock map as possible, but I'm not sure of the limits of map makers. One other note is if you could not include any lava.
Thank you in advanced.
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