remote toolkit wrapper starting..

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by xB3Nx98, Aug 21, 2012.

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    can anyone tell me how to start the wrapper in remote toolkit, using filezilla and putty..
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    Instead of the traditional batch file to execute the program which starts your server, you use this (make sure to have the jar in your bin and the plugin jar in your plugins folder):
    @echo off
    java -Xmx30M -Xms30M -XX:MaxPermSize=40M -jar Minecraft_RKit.jar username:password
    Note that the memory listed there is only for the wrapper, the amount that the server uses is located within your configuration. If you have a vps provider, you will need to change the command line (back when I used a VPS, I was able to convince them to change the command line)
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    right so i edit the user and pass and paste it into putty when the server is running, or not?
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    [Fuzzwolf] Is this right? Sorry for the bump. I'm kinda desperate since IV been on holiday and my seerver crashed again. 6 days its been down. Edit: I'm on my phone and can't tag him. If someone knows how could they:L?
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    Idk the other details of your environment, so this is gonna be from scratch:
    $$ replace this directory name $$
    cd /games/bukkit
    echo @echo off >>
    echo java -Xmx30M -Xms30M -XX:MaxPermSize=40M -jar Minecraft_RKit.jar user_replace:password_replace >>
    chmod a+x
    This will create your startup script for the wrapper and after this, the wrapper will be launched with it. Means: Once it reaches the last line (./, a bukkit server console will pop up in your terminal. Once you close your terminal, your bukkit server will close. To prevent this, just put
    screen -S bukkit 
    before the second line in your
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