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    posted a message on Taking any skin request[Closed]
    :dry.gif: forget my last post when i figure what they screwed up I'm deleting this thread
    Posted in: Skins
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    posted a message on Leaving; You can still e-mail or msg me for help
    Hey guys, I'm leaving Minecraft forums. First off, I already left all of the sections except this one due to seeming like the only posters were trolls and 12-year-olds. At least I could help people with their servers here. If you ever need any help or advice on putting up or anything about a server, you can /msg me on IRC (AlLnAtuRalX), get me on AIM (Yahoos the Best), Yahoo (hac_king), MSN ([email protected]), etc. You can also mail me at [email protected]!com (switch the ! to a dot obviously).


    Nobody probably cares why I'm leaving, but if anyone does, I'd gladly discuss it via any of the above.

    It's been [kind of] fun.

    Some mod please delete my account while keeping my posts. Be creative there.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on A way to play other people's singleplayer maps
    This is new how?
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Server Problems
    Quote from LG_Legacy »
    Quote from AlLnAtuRalX »
    Quote from LG_Legacy »
    Routers have something to do with Static IP's. May want to set it to Factory defaults, set your Internal ip to the one in the router, port-forwarding and what not. Try again. If your ip is really static, ask your isp to disable the static ip. It shouldn't be like that.

    That post was. Not coherent at all.

    You're probably just not following along. If the router is giving off a static ip, then disable it. (I'm able to do so with mine.) If it's their external IP Then they should consult their ISP, right?

    Ummm... router is giving off a static IP? What? Either you fork over money to your ISP to get a static IP, which is one that does not change, or with most plans, you get randomly assigned one from your ISP's pool. When you disconnect the IP is released and a new one is requested next time. Static IPs are not a problem at all, they're actually very important for server hosting. Your router has nothing at all to do with it, unless you're talking internal IPs. Asking your ISP to disable a static IP is foolish; static IPs are virtually a requirement of most types of servers, unless you feel like using a DynDNS service.

    set your Internal ip to the one in the router

    What?
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Server Problems
    Quote from LG_Legacy »
    Routers have something to do with Static IP's. May want to set it to Factory defaults, set your Internal ip to the one in the router, port-forwarding and what not. Try again. If your ip is really static, ask your isp to disable the static ip. It shouldn't be like that.

    That post was. Not coherent at all.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Idea, suggestions and more.
    [SOLVED] tags for Server Administration, or have a mod trawl them and add [SOLVED] when it's all done. I'd rather not click the same topic because people make pointless replies.
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Server Problems
    Quote from Isak »
    Alright, here's the deal:
    Nobody (Including myself) can connect to any server I host.

    So far I've:
    Port-forwarded
    Disabled Firewall
    Disabled all background programs
    Reinstalled the Server files
    Uninstalled Skype
    Made my IP static
    Fixed the 'java is an external command' error
    Removed the server_level.dat

    I honestly don't know what to do next.
    And I've looked up numerous tutorials about port-forwarding, and I'm sure I've gotten it done correctly.

    Any help?

    Take a screenshot of your port-forwarding screen. This is a classic example of unforwarded ports. And you can't make your IP static, unless you paid your ISP to get a static IP.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Resources
    Cool... I guess I might as well play with it over the weekend, and if I like it I'll stick with it. It does look pretty simple, and my needs are not very specific or advanced.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Minecraft hack GIVES OP to anyone
    Quote from name=Bob Ross »
    I could send notch the files for the client. Not redistributing, just reporting. :biggrin.gif:

    Notch knows it already. He says he's working on it. He has an SA account also, so he can go straight to the source.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Minecraft hack GIVES OP to anyone
    Quote from Afayir »
    Yes, mine is flying.exe

    I think your hack is slightly more dangerous than mine, so you should definitely inform Notch.

    I informed Notch about both flying.exe and the special client a while back.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Resources
    Meh... How much configuration does nginx require to work with MySQL? That's what kind of put me off for a while. Also, does nginx do site management where you can have particular directories omitted? I mainly use Apache as a file repo, but if nginx is more lightweight, I'm open to give it a shot. LNMP?
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Minecraft hack GIVES OP to anyone
    Quote from name=Bob Ross »
    Quote from Afayir »
    Also, I can confirm that my version only does:

    F1- Flying
    F2- Increase fly speed
    F3-Decrease fly sped
    F4-Reverse fly speed
    F5-Hover
    F6-Hover one space up
    F7-Hover one space down
    F8-Extremely annoying autoclicker
    F9-Set spawn where you're aiming.


    No OP hack.

    My hax only do:

    Shift- Speed up
    Ctrl- stop
    q- Flying mode on/off
    e- up
    c- down
    and all the rest is to replace blocks, like admin blocks with air.

    Special client, eh?
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Minecraft hack GIVES OP to anyone
    Quote from Afayir »
    Also, I can confirm that my version only does:

    F1- Flying
    F2- Increase fly speed
    F3-Decrease fly sped
    F4-Reverse fly speed
    F5-Hover
    F6-Hover one space up
    F7-Hover one space down
    F8-Extremely annoying autoclicker
    F9-Set spawn where you're aiming.


    No OP hack.

    That is flying.exe?
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on I can't get the server going, error in the .cmd window
    Quote from Visiiri »
    I, too, have had this problem. Re download the server software and open it in winRAR. If that still doesn't work, make sure you uninstall java, as Vista ****s with it alot >.>

    And also, it doesn't work if you haven't port forwarded.

    That error has nothing to do with port forwarding. It clearly states that the Java number in the .class file is different. which means it was compiled with a different version of Java. I'm not sure if this would happen between 6.x releases, but I know for a fact it would happen with 5->6, and Notch compiled with 6 (the latest version). Make sure you're using the latest version.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Resources
    Linux Administration FTW....If you've got a VPS, you should obviously slap Apache on... web hosting for small-medium sized websites takes barely any resources in terms of CPU/RAM. Unless you're file-hosting.
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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