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Application Name: McMyAdmin

Application Site: https://www.mcmyadmin.com/

Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/mcmyadmin2/

Github: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-mcmyadmin

 

Please post any questions/issues relating to this docker you have in this thread.

 

If you are not using Unraid (and you should be!) then please do not post here, instead head to linuxserver.io to see how to get support.

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Switch advanced options on the docker edit screen and add an extra port if that's what you need.

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Hey, just installed this container and I am getting a problem where the application starts (Successfully?), then throws up this log message, and the application stops running.

 

Success! Everything compiled successfully. Copying final .jar files now.
Copying craftbukkit-1.8.8-R0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar to /tmp/.
- Saved as craftbukkit-1.8.8.jar
Copying spigot-1.8.8-R0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar to /tmp/.
- Saved as spigot-1.8.8.jar

 

I tried deleting the application and remaking it just in case something downloaded incorrectly, but I get the same error message. Any ideas?

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Hey, just installed this container and I am getting a problem where the application starts (Successfully?), then throws up this log message, and the application stops running.

 

Success! Everything compiled successfully. Copying final .jar files now.
Copying craftbukkit-1.8.8-R0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar to /tmp/.
- Saved as craftbukkit-1.8.8.jar
Copying spigot-1.8.8-R0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar to /tmp/.
- Saved as spigot-1.8.8.jar

 

I tried deleting the application and remaking it just in case something downloaded incorrectly, but I get the same error message. Any ideas?

 

I'm downloading to check this container.  It takes a little while to build though..  ;)

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Excellent :-)  My Daughter and I are avid players of mine craft on our local network and now I am moving off of a windows server to UNraid will be fab to have all my apps in one place.

 

It would be fantastic if we could have it so it is fairly flexible - I haven't used McMyAdmin 2 but I think it does everything I want after reading the site namely...

 

1 - Have a nice webgui to pick a bunch of stuff inc:

 

1a - Version of minecraft server we want to run

1b - pick what mods we want installed.

1c - ability to import maps (wg the one we have spent years doing :-) )

1d - ability to backup etc

 

This will be fantastic to have running :-)

 

Thanks

 

Stuart

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So it runs....but cannot start it or install anything or change any settings - this is what log says, wonder if permissions error?

 

10:05:09 PM CONSOLE: thread/WARN]: Failed to save server.properties

10:05:09 PM CONSOLE: (Permission denied)

10:05:09 PM CONSOLE: Method) ~[?:1.7.0_80]

10:05:10 PM CONSOLE: [iNFO] Generating new properties file

10:05:10 PM CONSOLE: thread/WARN]: Failed to save server.properties

10:05:10 PM CONSOLE: (Permission denied)

 

it goes on and on :-)

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I am running this docker and am not having any problems at all.  I dont think it is an issue with the docker, but more something localized to your system

 

Can you confirm you're running the updated version.  mcmyadmin has seen a lot of updates and it may be these are not reflected in your container and that is why you aren't seeing any problems.

 

It has been updated in the last 24 hours and again a few days prior to this.

 

If you have a working config at the moment, I wouldn't recommend any updates until this is all sorted out.

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I am running this docker and am not having any problems at all.  I dont think it is an issue with the docker, but more something localized to your system

 

Can you confirm you're running the updated version.  mcmyadmin has seen a lot of updates and it may be these are not reflected in your container and that is why you aren't seeing any problems.

 

It has been updated in the last 24 hours and again a few days prior to this.

 

If you have a working config at the moment, I wouldn't recommend any updates until this is all sorted out.

 

I just did a quick test with setting up a brand new one and going through all the steps

 

1st thing i had to do was log into the docker and change the permissions on all the directories/files in the minecraft directory

 

root@tower :/ docker exec -it mcmyadmin2New bash

root@5e4cc773f812:/# chown -R abc.users minecraft

 

then you have to edit the /minecraft/Minecraft/eula.txt file

 

root@5e4cc773f812:/# vi /minecraft/Minecraft/eula.txt

 

change  eula=false    to    eula=true

 

then run the following command to change the login password

 

root@5e4cc773f812:/# cd /minecraft

root@5e4cc773f812:/# ./MCMA2_Linux_x86_64 -setpass SOMEPASSWORDHERE -configonly

 

then restart the docker and give it time to build the minecraft server .jar's

 

 

Scott

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I am running this docker and am not having any problems at all.  I dont think it is an issue with the docker, but more something localized to your system

 

Can you confirm you're running the updated version.  mcmyadmin has seen a lot of updates and it may be these are not reflected in your container and that is why you aren't seeing any problems.

 

It has been updated in the last 24 hours and again a few days prior to this.

 

If you have a working config at the moment, I wouldn't recommend any updates until this is all sorted out.

 

I just did a quick test with setting up a brand new one and going through all the steps

 

1st thing i had to do was log into the docker and change the permissions on all the directories/files in the minecraft directory

 

root@tower :/ docker exec -it mcmyadmin2New bash

root@5e4cc773f812:/# chown -R abc.users minecraft

 

then you have to edit the /minecraft/Minecraft/eula.txt file

 

root@5e4cc773f812:/# vi /minecraft/Minecraft/eula.txt

 

change  eula=false    to    eula=true

 

then run the following command to change the login password

 

root@5e4cc773f812:/# cd /minecraft

root@5e4cc773f812:/# ./MCMA2_Linux_x86_64 -setpass SOMEPASSWORDHERE -configonly

 

then restart the docker and give it time to build the minecraft server .jar's

 

 

Scott

 

Is this mcmyadmin or mcmyadmin2?

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