So you have a service running in an LXC container behind a bridge, and you need ports forwarded for that service. In this case, we’ll use Minecraft as an example, which runs on port 25565. Our container’s IP is 10.0.3.116.
I am working on setting up my own cloud servers using Linux Containers (LXC). These cloud containers allow me to build one image, replicated it, configure it, and have a new server online in seconds. I was having trouble getting Continue reading
Sometimes, shit happens. If you’re reading this, it probably just happened. Either you forgot your password or somehow you set it to something else through a script, or something else equally terrible happened. Regardless, you need to reset your password.
If you’re coming from FreeNAS 7 to Ubuntu, you remember the very handy torrent server that was built in. Well we can exactly replicate that with Transmission’s and its WebGUI. A torrent server provides you a great way to download Continue reading
The full version of Minecraft 1.0.0 was finally released today! You can just updated your client, or install from scratch here.
Jeb tweeted the links to the Release Candidate 2 client and server today. If you missed them, here they are:
Jeb tweeted the links to the 1.9.6 client and server today. The release candidate should be out Sunday, so find those bugs! If you missed them, here they are:
Minecraft has become one of the most popular games among geeks. Unlike many games, it runs fantastically (actually better in my case) than on Windows! However, the installation process is a bit more involved. This guide will help you get Continue reading
Background: I have always loved FreeNAS. It was one of the first servers I ever set up, back in the day in my parent’s basement. It was running on a Pentium 3, 933MHz, 256MB of RAM, and about 500GB of storage Continue reading
Jeb tweeted the links to the 1.9.5 client and server today. If you missed them, here they are: