Windows XP Server creation problem

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by 33kingkiller, Feb 1, 2013.

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    33kingkiller

    I've been looking at the youtube tutorials on how to make a non Hamachi Minecraft server, but they all require an Ipv4 address. With Windows XP, you don't have an IP address! Can someone plz help??? [diamond] :mad: :cool:
     
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    TnT Retired Staff

    XP has an IP address. You need to know the basics of system administration to run a server.
     
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    33kingkiller

    How do you find XP's IP address?
     
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    R1A211500

    Go to Start, then click run and put in cmd. Then in the console put in ipconfig. Go all the way up and it'll show you the ipv4 adress.
     
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    33kingkiller

    I tried last time! It doesn't give a windows XP computer a ipv4 address!
     
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    R1A211500

    Sorry, but if that doesn't work, then you're on your own :(
     
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    33kingkiller

    Is there any other way?
     
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    Necrodoom

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    33kingkiller

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    Necrodoom

    paste a screen shot of you doing the cmd.exe command.
     
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    R1A211500

    ok but i dont have windows xp [​IMG]
     
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    Necrodoom

    when the hell did i quote you?
     
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    hhughes134

    PLEASE HELP MEEEEE
    okay so ive been trying to make a server for weeks, and im using my windows xp computer. I have made a server on a mac before so i kno how to do everything on there, but on the pc the code i have to put in from the "setting up a server" bukkit wiki doesn't work in the cmd. So when i make a run.bat file with the code in it, the cmd launches and then it just says, hit any button to exit. WTF!!! Its so frustrating and the craftbukkit.jar file is the same as before
     
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    tiwar

    xp is kind of braindead,you need the proper drives for your networkadapter,install them and you will get an ipadress.
    if i understand your problem correct,that is..
     

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