[Web/Admin] McMyAdmin - The most secure and most popular Minecraft web admin panel.

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    PhonicUK is there a tutorial set up for linux beginners on how to set up mcma with a service?
    Via inet.d?
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    You might find some more help on PhonicUK's IRC channel. If you catch me on there (Nick A) I can share our init script we use.
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    Can you add mutiple accounts to logon mutiple servers
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    What is "file streaming support"? Is FTP being added to MCMA?
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    File streaming support is just about making the webserver better at handling large file downloads.
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    I started a creative server with 4096MB of ram, I changed the memory setting in the mcmyadmin.conf file to 1536MB, though for some reason the front end is still reporting 4096MB of available ram, it doesn't seem to want to change, any suggestions on what I may be missing?
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    Did you restart the entire server?
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    several times, but for some reason it took effect suddenly.
    so all is good.

    though once in a while i get weird print out from the console (i run mymcadmin on linux using screen on a headless desktop). something like "[12#:43" (without quotes) and mcmyadmin won't accept new commands until i force shutdown the whole process using ctrl-c, and restart mcmyadmin.

    they look like character print codes to me, though i could be wrong.

    i should also point out that it happens very rarely and has happened over the last several versions including the new native 64 bit version of mcmyadmin

    one other issue I am having, I want to run a script using the run executable schedule option every 2 hours. the schedule works fine and the script as well, but I want to disable leveling saving prior to running the script and re enable level saving afterwards.

    can I get suggestions on how to do this?
    I was thinking the best way to make sure it runs smoothly is have the script i want to run, issue those commands to MCMyAdmin, however I have the server software running on a linux box inside a Screen session (so it continues to run after i close my remote SSH sessions) and my research has not yielded results on how to issue those commands through screen and into the MCMyAdmin session.

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
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    Use the "redirect an executable" schedule option. Any output your script generates is sent to the input of the Minecraft server, so you can send a save-off, do your stuff then a save-on.
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    Thank you for the quick reply, but how do I only send the server the 2 output commands without sending all the the other commands, such as my "cp" and "rm" commands?
    or is it as simple as doing "echo save-off" and "echo save-on"
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    Anything you echo will be sent out. So indeed it is as simple as "echo save-off"

    What you want to be careful with is the output of programs you run in the script, for that you want to add > /dev/null to the end to suppress the output.


    rm SomeFile > /dev/null

    stops the rm command from generating any output to standard output (which is sent to the input of the minceraft server)
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    thank you for the help, greatly appreciated
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    I have a problem with McMyAdmin.

    I have the following operating systems:
    Linux 3.3.1-domU # 3 SMP Mon Apr 4 23:16:57 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU / Linux

    I do not now how can I install McMyadmin again.
    Since the last update it does not work anymore. I do not now,
    if I need mono. When I read that right out, which is a 64 bit system.

    I was directed to this installation guide:

    When I run the file "MCMA2_Linux_x86_64" always get the following error message:

    -bash: ./MCMA2_Linux_x86_64: No such file or directory

    I appeal for help.


    Killer0561 aka Sascha
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    You might need to do this first:

    chmod +x MCMA2_Linux_x86_64
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    I use this. Its amazing.
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    I have this problem:
    Could not load file or assembly 'System.Xml.Linq, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' or one of its dependencies.

    This message comes after the update from
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    Uh... it is asking for me to login... but I don't know my use name (I don't remember entering one ????)

    Nevermind, default username was Admin

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    Delete McMyAdmin.ebi and restart.
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    Oh my God, it's so easy! Changing permissions in a flash... changing settings.

    ITS SO EASY! I love you! (No homo)
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    First of all i would like to thank you for making this awesome program..
    Im taking this out of the blue,sorry if it's already been brought up.
    Is there any possibility to disable the end? If not it's a feature i would love to see in a future.
    keep up the good work
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    i downloaded this when the webpage pops up i need to enter my name/pass i dont know a name? i mean i didnt register a account only a password, help!
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    It asks you to set your password during the setup process, by default it's admin/admin if you didn't use the installer.
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    Anyone feeling a little experimental is welcome to try out the current beta: http://McMyAdmin.com/Downloads/McMyAdmin_BetaEBI.zip

    It's got a massively restructured configuration system that fixes a handful of issues, and is generally more robust. Don't use it on a production server though and make sure to keep backups :)
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