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Jul 16, 2009Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from mail2345 »Syntax error on line 5, it didn't expect the ')'
Sorry if I'm being an inconvenience.
You have to know know json syntax if you intend to edit the config file beyond simple uncommenting.
Jul 15, 2009Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from mail2345 »EDIT2:
Bit of a glitch. The welcome message kept on thinking that I was the new player.
The script doesn't record if you've connected in the past.
Quote from mail2345 »EDIT2:
Yes, I am saying
server command arguments command arguments one say Hi. say Hi.
Jul 12, 2009New version out, 0.3Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Multiple lines for timed intervals and chat triggers
NickServ password for the IRC bot
Exclude directories from being considered servers
Capture lines from the server and write them to specific files
Connect triggers to send messages(or do other things) to recently connected users
Jul 4, 2009You can change the text colours via the console with &x where x is 0-f.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
The above image was produced with "&00&11&22&33&44&55&66&77&88&99&aa&bb&cc&dd&ee&ff". However, there's issues with starting a line with a colour change. Credit to AlLnAtuRalX for figuring out part of how to do this and getting me curious about the rest of the colours.
Jul 1, 2009Warning, post is out of date.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Here's the latest release of the script, which allows for !voteban and !votekick. You can now change settings via the config file instead of editing the script itself. However, you'll need to install JSON::XS or JSON::PP from CPAN so the script can parse the config file.
I've noticed that Cygwin has some issues with certain cpan plugins. Try out the following before trying to install plugins via cpan:
ln -s /usr/bin/gcc-3.exe /usr/bin/gcc ln -s /usr/bin/gcc-3.exe /usr/bin/g++
So that certain modules that look for gcc and g++ can actually find them.
I've also made some binaries with PAR::Packer that can be used if you're having trouble getting Perl/cpan to work properly. The Linux binary and the Windows binary(requires Cygwin) contains the Perl binary and allows you to skip installing Perl.
Make sure your directory structure is something like...
./minecraft/mcadmin_tcp_conf_vote.pl ./minecraft/config.json ./minecraft/minecraft-server.jar ./minecraft/servername/ ./minecraft/servername/server.properties ./minecraft/servername/admins.txt ./minecraft/servername/banned.txt ./minecraft/servername/banned-ip.txt ./minecraft/servername/externalurl.txt ./minecraft/servername/players.txt ./minecraft/servername/server.log ./minecraft/servername/server_level.dat ./minecraft/servername2/ ./minecraft/servername2/server.properties ./minecraft/servername2/admins.txt ./minecraft/servername2/banned.txt ./minecraft/servername2/banned-ip.txt ./minecraft/servername2/externalurl.txt ./minecraft/servername2/players.txt ./minecraft/servername2/server.log ./minecraft/servername2/server_level.dat
where servername2 and more named servers are optional.
Hope you enjoy the script. Feel free to ask questions, leave comments or give suggestions for features in this thread.
Jun 29, 2009Warning, post is out of date.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Created a new script that lets you administer multiple servers(or one if you wish) over a TCP connection you can telnet(use Putty on Vista) in to. http://adurah.com/minecraft/minecraft_admin_tcp_2.pl
You'll need to uncomment the interval timers and chat triggers code if you wish to use those features.
Do read the comments at the near the top of the script to understand how to use it. Feel free to ask questions or leave comments/suggestions in this thread.
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