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  1. got this up and running. I saw a few of the errors others had experienced. Here are my steps, with a screenshot. When I tried to get it running, I was having a few problems: no files were being created. This was because I didn't pay attention to the FAQ binhex wrote for new Minecraft 1.17: requires java 16. I also want to run a couple of worlds at the same time, so the default settings for me aren't quite right. downloaded 1.17 minecraft
  2. @binhex thank you for weighing in. I hadn't even considered that different servers OF COURSE need/require different versions of java. So, Crafty does it? Looks terrific, I'll give it a spin for my servers. Would you, or someone comment on all these different flavors of minecraft dockers? Three right from Binhex?: 1. Crafty (unRaid forum thread) 2. Minecraftserver (unRaid forum thread) 3. Mineos-node (unRaid forum thread) For me, I've been using Mineos node for the web user interface, and ability to run several servers at once on different ports. Took a bi
  3. I would guess no. Program need to know where to look for stuff. If you delete the default version of java (/usr/bin/java) Minecraft won't know where to look for the other java (/usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java). I wonder if this work around will outlast a reboot?
  4. Dang it. This is for a different Binhex docker, Minecraft Server Looking forward to getting this going. Here's a little start. To get to the docker specific commandline, go to unRaid webUI > Docker > binhex-mineos-node > "Console_" The default version of java is still /usr/sbin/java, which is openjdk version "1.8.0_292" sh-5.1# which java /usr/sbin/java sh-5.1# /usr/sbin/java -showversion openjdk version "1.8.0_292" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_292-b10) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.292-b10, mixed mode) The newer
  5. found this post looking for something similar. I started another post where I could add my findings and possible solution (?) we'll see: photoprism.
  6. There doesn't seem to be a lot of movement in the open-source community on this front. I think, I would assume, that the apps and GUI and algorithms (?) developed at Apple and Google: why bother with self-hosted? I did a couple of searches and came up with a few things, and looks like I'm going to give PhotoPrism* a go. I like the idea of having my OWN pictures on my OWN server at my OWN house. Seems to make sense ya? Here are some links to get you started. I'll update this original post from time to time. reddit Photo Management n
  7. This isn't a list of commands to execute. They are the general steps to removing, and reinstalling any docker from scratch. 1. remove the Docker using unRaid's web gui 2. remove the associated appdata folder 3. re-install the specific docker The example I listed, and technique, is on my own system. Your system, and the way that you delete the associated folder, might be different!
  8. well, I hope you checked the backup before nuking the thing. I have only done the Backup Restore using the built in system rather than copy/paste loads of weird files/folders. Worst case scenario isn't too bad: you rebuild the library.
  9. First, make sure you have a backup of your Roon data. You do this via the App. Those details are sorta outside this Docker Thread - but relevant to what you're trying to do. I'd also take a screen shot of your docker setup details. That will also avoid re-doing some work. Then: remove the docker, and nuke the appdata/ folder. That will send you to ground zero. Re-download the docker restore backup Bob's your uncle. Couple important notes: Don't ROOT while drunk. Be SUPER CAREFU
  10. There are several threads that pop up at, did you find anything relevant over there? These errors are in the Docker Log, correct?
  11. Confirmed @ArKineX Same here: unRaid 9.6.2, mineos-node, Paper.jar, Geyser, Floodgate, DrivebackupV2: all working. Excellent! I bought @binhex a beer using his/their paypal "buy me a beer" donate button
  12. Couple questions. 1. what's the difference between Binehex "minecraft" and "mineos-node"? Why have both? 2. just installed Paper minecraft jar (, it says Will an updated version of Java be shipped with the docker when appropriate? Or is that something I need to do? 3. on Logging > log/latest.log, would it be possible to get rid of that "browser over run, reload page" error, and have the logs auto-scroll from the top, instead of fly by and go down below? thanks!d
  13. It is for sure. Ya know, I did a little googling, and nothing applicable came up right away. Weird. This video from Shockbyte has the meat and potatoes of the backup process using an FTP browser. The link starts at 0:54 You didn't mention what sort of server, or service you're coming from. But the steps are generally: 1. shut down old server 2. (optional) compress server files to single zip or tar.gz files 3. download world, world_nether, and world_the_end (where "level-name" is "world") 4. create new server 5. upload files (un-c
  14. Don't worry about the ssl certificate. It's a self signed thing, so it will throw an error. But you still get the SSL connection. Ah, go to the bottom, look for Advanced or something, then hit continue anyways. If you're still having issues there, try restarting the binhex-mineos-node docker. It doesn't come with an instance, that will automatically generate a new world when you first run the program. If you don't have a Start server button, I suspect you haven't initialized the MineOS software yet. Here's the author going through those steps on a youtube
  15. [SOLVED] changed docker to run in Privileged: ON, compile worked. [original post below] I'm getting errors when compiling spigot_1.16.5.jar, and not compiling the file. At the end of the process, there is no completed jar file. I tried downloading the pre-compiled jar file, but I get errors then too when trying to run the server. The vanilla server runs OK. The JAVA_HOME environment variable is not defined correctly This environment variable is needed to run this program NB: JAVA_HOME should point to a JDK not a JRE