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Support / Re: Crafting Not Working
« on: March 08, 2011, 03:03:42 pm »
you can change that to:
 #define CONFIG_DIR_SHARE ""
and do "make" again to fix it I think...

Thanks !

Support / Re: Crafting Not Working
« on: March 08, 2011, 12:35:54 pm »
i got the same problem since i updated mineserver.
The recipes are there but do not seems to be loaded. ( i run mineserver from the bin dir only changing the port number  in the config file )

Discussion / Re: Mineserver Runs On... (post your specs)
« on: February 19, 2011, 06:08:49 pm »
Mac Mini PPC
G4 1.25 GHz
512 MB RAM
running debian squeeze
a bit sluggish with one player but to be fair, the mini was running qbittorrent and firefox at the time.


Intel D410PT ( Atom double core 1.6 )
2 Gb RAM
Debian squeeze

run perfectly ( almost : " map.cpp: [map.cpp@734]: Loading chunk failed (getLight)" ) on this one ( alongside an official minecraft server ), but strangely it is perfect only on LAN play.
( not a WAN issue since it play better with the official server )

Support / "Socket had no data to read"
« on: February 16, 2011, 12:58:01 am »
I've been trying mineserver today to see how lightweight it is next to the official server and while it does work nearly perfectly on my LAN, others players ( well, the two other players :p ) keep crashing with the "socket had no data to read" ( most common ) error ( or time out ).
it also managed to crash my own client with a "out of memory error". ( while underground )

Is it a known bug ? ( i didn't find anything about it ) Or is my home DSL beefy enough for the official server but not for mineserver ?

( By the way, I've been impressed to see mineserver run correctly on my overloaded mini G4 1.25, 512 MB running debian ( but i did the serious test with my dual core atom 1.6 2GB :) ). Even if it is not ready yet, i'll keep an eye on it now. )

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