The Minecraft multiplayer server allows two or more players to play Minecraft together.
@crocusplains: You shouldn't store the data in the container. Mount a host dir in the container and use the host for persistent storage.
I am having some issues with replacing the world stored in the container with one that I have from a previous server. I got the files copied into the world folder, but no matter what I do it still loads the other world. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Having some issues around downloading with kitematic tool. it gets to 93% and sits there? any suggestions?
With Docker files. They are not permanent, so data stored on that docker file will disappear when the file cycles? Can we SSH into the docker container? I want to setup nightly backups of the data, and setup multiple minecraft docker containers with different setups for each one.
just edit the docker file to fit your liking... you could add a line or cmd ; just before the echo into the eula file ... such that echo $player_id > /data/ops.txt
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