Multiverse (and Multiverse Portals) will do exactly what you describe.
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Apr 5, 2012Use /region define <id>Posted in: Server Support and Administration
You are automatically given ownership of the region when you define it. If you'd like to define the region with additional owners:
/region define <id> <owner1> <owner2>
Or modify owners on an existing region:
/region addowner <id> <owner1> <owner2>
WorldGuard reference: http://cloud.github.com/downloads/sk89q/worldguard/worldguard_ref_rev2.pdf
Dec 18, 2011Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from whiskers1234123
Whenever I try to restore a backup on McMyAdmin, it just gets stuck at 0 percent. It will not load. If you could please help me, it would be great. I use provision host as my host. Thanks!
Change the extension on one of the backup files to .zip and see if you can open it in WinRAR/WinZip/etc.
Sep 9, 2011Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from EpicFishFingers
Do you need to have singleplayer commands installed for this?
You'll simply need a plugin that allows you to reset the spawn. I'd recommend CommandBook for basic server commands, which happens include /setspawn. There are numerous plugins that can do this though.
Sep 8, 2011If you're using the 'vanilla' server, you can change the spawn point with MCEdit. I don't believe it's a fixed coordinate though.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
For bukkit servers, there are a number of plugins that allow you to reset the spawn in-game. With these, you can set a precise location.
Sep 7, 2011This should get you started with CraftBukkit: http://wiki.bukkit.org/Setting_up_a_server/Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Here's the bukkit permissions manager I run on my server (bPermissions): http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/bpermissions/
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