It said [WARNING] Perhaps a server...

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by Duncan3242, Nov 29, 2011.

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    Duncan3242

    DELETE THIS POST, MY SERVER IS FINE
     
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    WillardZ

    Do you also have a Minecraft Vanilla configured on your computer? That could cause the problem. Try putting 25566 in the properties file.
     
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    Duncan3242

    I don't know if I have Minecraft Vanilla, but I already have 25566 in the port.

    I don't even know how to see if I have Minecraft Vanilla.
    :confused:

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    saul100

    make sure that in the server-properties
    Code:
    server-ip=
    is left blank.
     
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    CODsniperkid

    Also, if you tried before and nothing came up, or if you accidentally opened two of them, press Ctrl + Shift + Esc(or navigate to the Windows Task Manager). Go to the Processes Tab and find Javaw.exe(it's alphabetized). Press the Delete key or click End Process and try running your server again. :)
     
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    Duncan3242

    It's not that, I already did that

    But Javaw runs Minecraft.

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    CODsniperkid

    It also runs your server.. It's just deleting the service. Starting the server/minecraft client again will create the javaw.exe in the processes again. Don't worry :)
     
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    Duncan3242

    I'm just going to start a new server.
     
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    Lolmewn Retired Staff

    That won't help since it'll try to bind the port again, but it won't cuz it's already taken.
    What is in your server.properties the port?
     
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    Duncan3242

    25566
     
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    Lolmewn Retired Staff

    What happens if you put it to another port, for example 25565 (which is the default minecraft server port)?
     
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    Daniel Heppner

    Kill the javaw process in task manager, then try starting up the server on port 25565. It should work.
     
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    Duncan3242

    25566

    Javaw runs minecraft thought.

    I'll try it.

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    Daniel Heppner

    That's exactly why you want to kill it. You want to kill whatever server processes you may have running in the background.
     
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    M1steRious

    Bah... windows based, sure its a process, restart the OS mate.
     
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    Duncan3242

    Actually it's 25565
     
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    HerculesB

    the same thing is happening to me, i didn't do anything but my server shut down randomly. Java.exe was down on my computer and now i can't get it back up, i logged in on a diffrent computer, woud it think that's the other port?
     
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