Sorry guys for the late response, but i fixed the plugin. Everything should be working correctly!
Yes ofcourse, but it is fixed now, since we dont use iCoLand anymore :o
I got a server @ Ubuntu 11.04, java7, core i5 and 16gigs of RAM.
When the iCoLand plugin was enabled, our serverload was around 1.03~1.17.
I am running it from my ssh tunnel inside the bash terminal :'( adding -Djline.terminal doesn't help :'(
SELECT username FROM __TABLENAME__ WHERE username = '$username' AND password='md5($password)'
I see a lot of talk like: Your VPS sucks, are got more RAM w/e.
Our server has a 2.8Ghz Core i5 and 16 GB RAM on a Ubuntu Linux 11.04 server.
Hmmm... vouchers? Can you explain your idea a bit more?
Did you active the tpreq.admin for yourself?
I can only recreate that error when it cannot find the server host... HMM
I will test some more stuff, and i hope i can fix it for you :D
That error comes out of the fact that it cannot find the server, on what port is your MySQL hosted?
I pushed an update for you so you can debug the problem,
so remove the old password/ folder and a new folder will be created after...
hmmm, i'll add a debugging function into it :) Something that maybe kills the server startup with some useful information. I'll try to push it out...
Okay, i am a little busy now, but soon i will push an update with a config.yml for configuring the auto-accept tpt :)
try it again with mysql-connector-java-bin.jar in the root folder :o
I have the feeling that there is something wrong with the MySQL connector (it would probably be my error, but where did you place the...
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