I know you said not to recommend bukkit, but if you're just doing this on single player, it would still be very easy to set up a bukkit/spigot server and install a snowball damage plugin and you be the only person on the server. I also believe there is a mod called bukkitforge that allows you to install bukkit plugins using forge.
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Jul 26, 2015coolosity posted a message on Looking for plugin developers, plugin managers, builders and content producers!Posted in: Server Recruitment
Position: Developer (5+ years of experience coding in java)
I charge cheap ($5 an hour). Add me if interested
Jul 26, 2015Posted in: Server Recruitment
Hello! We are a minigame server and currently are looking for builders to build a lobby and various minigame maps.
Previous Experiences (optional but the more experience the larger a build we can trust you to do):
Anything else you'd like to share:
Feb 8, 2015coolosity posted a message on ○ The Hydrion | Large Network | Custom | Sponsored | Still looking for Staff! ○Developer:Posted in: Server Recruitment
1.) Real name: Robert
2.) Age: 16
3.) Skype: coolosity
4.) IGN: coolosity
5.) What are you applying for as a developer? Custom Plugins
7.) How long have you been developing/coding? 5 years
9.) Do you have experience with Git, Jenkins and/or Maven? Nope
10.) Examples of past work? Powers plugin, Clash of Mobs plugin, Other non minecraft related java programs
11.) Can you bring anything else to the table? In-depth understanding of how plugins work, configuration, etc
12.) Anything else you would like to add? I enjoy playing the saxophone and tennis
Extra) Have you signed up on the website? Not yet
May 13, 2013I'm having trouble with port forwarding. I have never successfully port forwarded before, and have been working on it for quite some time now. I've followed numerous steps. Here's some basic info:Posted in: Server Support and Administration
I have a Linksys e3200 hooked up to a Comcast modem (model = SMC8014).
I am connected to the router via wifi (not sure if this matters).
I'm using McAfee.
I set a static ip for my computer.
I have tried many things such as completely disabling my firewall, trying both single port forwarding and port range forwarding, both unsuccessful.
My minecraft server IS running when I test if the ports are forwarded.
I've been testing by using sites such as canyouseeme.org.
I've tried connecting from my computer and having my friends connecting from their computer.
I've tried using the ip from websites like ipchicken.com and the ip that it has in the router config page. (They are different, I'm guessing one of them is for the router and the other is for the modem?)
I’ve tried using the “Both” option and having 2 separate lines for TCP and UDP.
It said somewhere that the modem was just supposed to pass the information on to the router, but I'm wondering if I also have to forward the ports on the modem.
I've also been experimenting with the simple port forwarding program, but that has also failed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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