Minecraft Server
#11
Did you tune the server in a special way, e.g. server.properties or spigot.yml?

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#12
(04-15-2016, 12:46 PM)androsch Wrote: Did you tune the server in a special way, e.g. server.properties or spigot.yml?

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Not really, I left it mostly has the spigot build built it, but i did change the mob thresholds a bit higher (so that more can spawn per chunk) and set allow-command-blocks true (its false by default)

I have built a 1.8 spigot and a 1.9.2 spigot jarfile now (i can make them available if it would please people) as i wanted to try SMP maps people had already created.
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#13
OK, did the same and some other hints from the forum, but still the 'vanilla' version seems a bit quicker than Spigot...

Thanks for the support...

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#14
@Dizzy49I I'm not sure that putting an SSD onto your Pine would have much benefit, because connecting it to the Pine would most likely use USB-2, which theoretically has a max speed of 60MB/s. 

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#15
Even you can run a moded server. 2gb can handle a small (5-10 people) server with many mods.
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#16
For the people with Minecraft experience: did anybody try to install and run Minecraft: Pi Edition on Ubuntu or Debian?
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#17
I have my Pine A64 1 GB up and working with the Ubuntu image , I installed a spigot server 1.9.2 with several of the normal plugins like PEX, essentials and greifprevention and its all wonderful ! I could not get minecraft 1.9 to run smoothly on a raspberry pi2 but its flawless so far on the Pine64.

so far so good, i will test it with more users this weekend and report my results.

video of game play from client
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