How did CubeCraft do it?!?!

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  1. Green_Cubed

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    So I have been trying to make a 1.9 Minecraft server with my raspberry pi. As you can imagine it isn't working and I heard that CubeCraft uses raspberry pi's for their server. So my question is, is there anyone who can help me on here to setup my server? If you can I thank you profusely :D
     
  2. Skillful_

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    What part isn't working for you? Also I don't think Cubecraft uses raspberry's as far as I'm concerned.
     
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    I don't think ccgn uses raspberry pis as servers, since they are not close to powerful enough to handle 20k + players...
     
  4. Skillful_

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    Yea, they most likely don't, not sure where Green_Cubed got that informations from?
     
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    My friend johnfjonesv (his username) told me about it :/. Anyway my problem is that I have it set up and port forwarded the issue is that when I go onto mc on my main laptop and enter the public ip of my pi and the port I don't see it, I am using bukkitserver 19 btw. I am not sure how to start the server, do I run the Run.sh command or what? So if I need to use a different ip or I am not actually turning on the server please tell me
     
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    Cubecraft does not use raspberries, it was an old april fools when they said that but they do not ^^
     
  7. Green_Cubed

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    Oh... Well then... Does anyone here know how to set it up then XD
     
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    Well, using a Raspberry Pi will most likely not attract as many people as CCGN, considering the amplitude of data needed, along with the servers running pretty much 24/7, which a Pi cannot take.

    Nevertheless, CCGN achieves this success with a multitude of things such as:
    • Using custom, NOT CRAPPY PUBLIC PLUGINS. The developer team puts days of effort into creating an enjoyable server.
    • Great builds. It brings in the plugins effort.
    • Having a good staff team - if your staff is abusive and rude, it'll make players think worse of the server as a whole.
    • Fairness/no bias across other players. This is essential. DO NOT THINK THAT DONATORS AND NON DONATORS ARE SEGREGATED INTO TWO DIFFERENT GROUPS.
    • You're going to experience a lot of bugs and glitches, and it will stress you out to put in updates that take a long time that you need to achieve in a short period of time. Yes, it's going to be stressful, but the end result is better.
    Hope this helps. gl with your server.

    - Youn
     
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    Since the Raspberry Pi only has one gigabyte of RAM it would not be such a great idea to run a Minecraft server on it unless you are planning on making a vanilla server with 5 players or something...
     
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    Yeah, you'd be surprised to see how complex/expensive their streaming equipment are. Definitly no Raspberry π's.
     
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