[WEB/ADMIN] McMyAdmin 1 - The most widely used Minecraft web admin console

Discussion in 'Bukkit Tools' started by PhonicUK, Sep 23, 2011.

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    Brentnauer

    Works beautifully. Did you update the web interface as well? Getting slightly less tab-jumping. Still there, but seems to be less.
     
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    PhonicUK

    A few minor tweaks here and there. I have a hard time reproducing the tab jumping so its a pain to track down.
     
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    BlancoLanda

    Like it, is there any way you can change the max memory usage after installation? In panel or something?
     
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    PhonicUK

    See the McMyAdmin configuration file, mcmyadmin.conf
     
  5. Hey,
    about your App on the App Store, it's not quite working.
    It does start, but after adding all info it sais
    Login Failed!
    Check your login data.
    Well, I double checked it, but it's not working. I don't want to pay 4 Eur for something that doesn't work.
    Please make it work?
     
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    PhonicUK

    It's not my app such :p

    In either case, make sure the port you're entering is the port for MCMA itself (default 8080) and not the Minecraft server (default 25565) - you use the same username and password that you use to log into the web interface itself. If you are using it remotely, make sure to port forward port 8080 and allow port 8080 through your local firewall(s)
     
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    Ahfaichucky

    Does this support PEX? i would gladly grab a license if it does.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Not yet, but support for PEX and bPermissions is planned.
     
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    RunningDingos

    i was just wandering if i could change the "Maximum Players" to above 20 in the web panel?
     
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    PhonicUK

    If you run the server yourself,look at limits.maxplayers setting in your McMyAdmin config file.
     
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    RunningDingos

    yer i did change that but it still says */20 on the server
     
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    PhonicUK

    Then go to the preferences tab and change the actual amount. (Limits just sets what the maximum you can set it to is)
     
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    RunningDingos

    ah ok thanks!
     
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    Dreamskiller

    He, I've got this error while launching ;

    Permission plugin not detected, defaulting to OP or in-built Permissions System.

    Which is strange because just before, PermissionBukkit is launched

    PermissionsBukkit v1.2 is now enabled

    And so, my config.yml is not taken into account. I've set exporting : PermissionBukkit and rewriten all my permissions correctly, but nothing is working...
     
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    PhonicUK

    Some other plugin will be generating that message. Chances are you've got an older plugin somewhere that doesn't support superperms.
     
  16. Is there a way for you to integrate other permission plugins like PEX and use its chat manger. Or to use a custom API to allow the users to pick the plugins to integrate.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Support for additional permissions plugins is coming soon.
     
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    Brentnauer

    McMyAdmin 2 soon, or McMyAdmin 2.1 soon?
     
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    PhonicUK

    Undecided. Depends how quickly 2.0 is released.
     
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    Brentnauer

    Thank you for the fast reply! If there's anything I or anyone else can do please let us know. Wonderful software, wouldn't use anything else.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Just so you all know - McMyAdmin works fine with Minecraft 1.0
     
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    kenny

    Does McMyAdmin still cause crazy lag like it used to? I remember hosting servers with this and having crazy lag just because of McMyAdmin , this would be 3-4 months ago, I did like the interface, but it wasn't worth it at the time due to the lag it caused.
     
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    PhonicUK

    McMyAdmin has never caused lag, it can't since it doesn't affect the running Minecraft server - it just starts it, same as if you started it yourself normally. The only exception being if the server had a serious fault and was spewing out error messages at a very high rate (a hundred or so per second) which MCMA doesn't like too much.

    In almost every case where someone 'thinks' MCMA is causing lag, it's usually been down to buggy or outdated plugins, an issue with Bukkit, damaged world, or user error when trying things out.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Just before it comes up here - I'm aware of the issue MCMA has with the 1.0 development builds of bukkit - but I don't intend to address it until a recommended build is available.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Just a heads up, released 0.9.7.6 to address the issue fetching Recommended Builds, switched the mChat Exporter to use mChatSuite, and backported the new state tracker from MCMA 2 to improve stability.
     
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    rockingoutloud

    Not sure if this is on my host's end, or MCMA end, but it seems that whenever I stop my server (Vanilla), it automatically starts right up again. It also won't take the new RB. Running McMyAdmin v0.9.7.6 Enterprise Edition.

    Gonna start looking through SSH to see if I can find anything odd...
     
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    PhonicUK

    There is another MCMA update to fix the crash on restart/stop issue, was caused by an obfuscation issue. No version number change, so just update MCMA again (you may need to do so manually) and it'll be fixed.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Just been adding a few cute things to MCMA 1 and 2:

    - LDAP authentication support for Enterprise users
    - JSONP support for the API
    - A new -setpass option on the command line so you don't have to ferret around generating a MD5 hash and putting it in the config file.
     
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