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  1. I like how you just joined the forums to leave this message and buy premium
  2. Damn, those are spicy!
  3. Head: Relentless Gladiator's Satin Hood Shoulder: Relentless Gladiator's Satin Mantle Back: Cloak of Darkening Chest: Relentless Gladiator's Satin Robe Shirt: N/A Tabard: Hidden Wrist: Cuffs of Fearful Service (No transmog) Staff: T'uure, Beacon of the Naaru (No transmog) Feet: Paranoid Sprinters Legs: Relentless Gladiator's Satin Leggings Waist: Communal Cord Hands: Relentless Gladiator's Satin Gloves ---- This set is very incomplete but i do not know where to improve, i am very happy with it as is.
  4. Head: Swashbuckler's Eyepatch Shoulder: Bloodfang Spaulders Back: Cloak of the Untamed Predator Chest: Bloodfang Chestpiece Shirt: Purple Martial Shirt Tabard: Thrallmar Tabard Wrist: Bloodfang Bracers Swords: Eternally Folded Blade Feet: Bloodfang Boots Legs: Bloodfang Pants Waist: Bloodfang Belt Hands: Bloodfang Gloves - I just finished it yesterday, got the belt and the set is done, thoughts?
  5. Pre-Requisites Screen package must be installed. On CentOs and Red Hat-based distributions: On Debian based systems such as Ubuntu: Download To download the script with wget, run the following (WATCH OUT SCRIPT NEEDS WORK - change the WORLD, MCPATH and BACKUPPATH variables. Important: If you use the wget method and the first character of every line is an empty space, the script won't work and update-rc.d outputs errors. If so, you have to remove the leading empty spaces from each line. Be careful not to delete anything else than empty space though!) Requirements screen python (apt-get install python) Installation Use your favorite editor to create file called minecraft in /etc/init.d/ and paste the script above in that file. Edit the USERNAME and MCPATH -variables according to your setup. If you use a wrapper script, change INVOCATION to start it instead of starting the server directly. Make sure the newly created file has required permissions You can set the permissions by running: Then run (on Debian-based distributions) Starting with Debian 6.0, the insserv command is used instead, if dependency-based booting is enabled. insserv will produce no output if everything went OK. Examine the error code in $? if you want to be sure. On CentOs and RHEL(Redhat enterprise Linux) You will need to add the process into the chkconfig list chkconfig manages startup scripts under systemd To check if the process is done correctly use the ntsysv command keep scrolling until you see the minecraft process if you don't repeat the chkconfig command. to add required symbolic links. Note: your system will most likely warn you that the script does not meet all requirements. The script will however work. You can also setup an entry in your crontab to backup the server. A sample crontab to backup every half hour on the hour, and 30 minutes into the hour: Using the user account you want the work done under, run: and add this If the above attempt went poorly because you do not know how to use vi, try: Uninstall (In debian based GNU/Linux distribution) (In CentOs/RHEL) Usage The script may be invoked via the following command on most systems, where "(command)" will be "stop", "start", "restart", or any of the other options it supports. On most RedHat- or Debian-based distribution where the `service` command is available, it should be invoked as: To view the screen, use: To exit the screen, use: Author: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Tutorials/Server_startup_script
  6. What determines that you're "verified"?
  7. It's a compiling tutorial not a server setup tutorial. ^^ But thanks for the input, the port is indeed 25565.
  8. You'll need: Git bash Java ( https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp - Choose 64-bit if you have 64-bit) Lastest BuildTools.jar ( https://hub.spigotmc.org/jenkins/job/BuildTools/ ) 1: Place BuildTools.jar in a folder for itself. 2: Open Git Bash 3: Navigate to the buildtools folder (DO NOT RUN BUILDTOOLS YET) cd c:/buildtools/ 4: Run build tools This this into Git Bash java -jar BuildTools.jar 5: Wait as it builds your jars. In a few minutes you should have freshly compiled jars! 6: You can find CraftBukkit and Spigot in the same directory you ran the BuildTools.jar in. You can find Spigot-API in \Spigot\Spigot-API\target\. 7: ??PROFIT?? 8: Enjoy your new server!
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  11. That disables my ability to see what i am, and others are saying.
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    Thanks, looking good.
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    Render/Stock Something alongside with a lightning or something: Text : NitroServers Subtext : N/A Color Scheme: Blue / Green What Type of Request is This? : Logo Size : 174x52 Any Additional Information? : .PSD Needed?: Nah bruh