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Dockerized Minecraft Server With Mods and Raspberryjammod (python on Minecraft) support.
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Dockerized Minecraft Server

https://github.com/frjaraur/DockerizedMinecraftServer

docker run --rm -ti frjaraur/mcserver

Use enviroment variables to change server version and mod mode:

VERSION --> -e "VERSION=1.10" (default)
MODS --> -e "MODS=true" (default MODS=false, forge installation for 1.10.2, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 are included in BASE/forge dir)
USERID --> -e "USERID=3333" (default)
GROUPID --> -e "GROUPID=3333" (default)
GAMEDIR Should be a volumen mapped on your host engine, where you will store your server data.

Use your userid and groupid if you want to take control of configuration files.

Use --net=host or -p 25565:25565 -p (or any other external port of your choose, default minecraft server 25565 will be exposed).

docker run -d --name mc189 --net=host -ti -e MODS=true -e VERSION=1.8.9 -e USERID=1000 -e GROUPID=1000 -v PATH_TO_YOUR_GAME_DIR:/MINECRAFT frjaraur/mcserver start

Added support for 'Raspberry Jam Mod' if you put RaspberryJamMod.jar into your PATH_TO_YOUR_GAME_DIR/mods (or mod server version folder). Docker container will download python example scripts from Git to start using this great mod.

https://github.com/arpruss/raspberryjammod

RaspberryJamMod listening on port 4711 and Websocket server on 14711 are not exposed.
arpruss Good Job !!! You Made my son learn to code ;P

I created this container for my son's game server :D, have fun :)

World's backup will be launched on every container start, purge process will be added when my son tell me what he really wants ;P

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