Control Panel for PMMP?

Discussion in 'Help' started by FiberglassCivic, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. HimbeersaftLP

    HimbeersaftLP Fish

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    My Linux Kernel is too old sadly
     
  2. sharletsings123

    sharletsings123 Baby Zombie

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    I could try to setup as I have 3 VPS in which 1 for my company the second for a friend who uses it and the third is kind of "not using much" but it has forums etc. Tho it would be fun to try out pterodactyl.

    But actually which is more better in Styling and many other features?
    PufferPanel or Pterodactyl?

    Anywahs I could run a server normally with a start and stop scripts as well as other methods like screen and tmux so yeah lawl.
     
  3. HimbeersaftLP

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    Pterodactyl is the successor of PufferPanel, they're both from the same developer
     
  4. ProjectInfinity

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    I've got one in the works but it's split up into two projects and I don't really have a estimate in regards to time.

    You have the wrapper that you run on your server and on the other side you have the UI that talks to the wrapper. The idea is to keep the wrapper open source whereas the UI is going to be provided as a service (with free options for very small servers). Think of it like the Node process management module PM2 and the company's commercial web ui (keymetrics.io).

    The biggest difference between my project and other panels is that mine is designed for MCPE only and as a result I intend to implement several MCPE-only features. If all you want is the functionality of some of the panels (like backups etc) without the actual panel, the open source wrapper is going to cover your needs.
     
  5. FiberglassCivic

    FiberglassCivic Spider Jockey

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    I must say that the highlight of my day so far has been this:

    multicraft-pmmp.png


    After a bit of reading, and a bit of toying around with my server, I have a very basic working install of PocketMine-MP running on MultiCraft. Now to polish up some of the other options in the config files and I'll share what I have when I'm done.
     
  6. Karanpatel567

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    Well there's no control panel for pmmp unless its a online host, the control panel for pmmp is the whole "Pocketmine-MP" folder to access the console is the "start.cmd" or "start.sh".
    Also Multicraft is basically pmmp but on online host to keep it 24/7
     
  7. FiberglassCivic

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    For your reference @ https://multicraft.org/site/page/pricing

    Also, the post I made just before your post is an install of MultiCraft, on my own server, controlling my install of PocketMine-MP.
     
  8. jasonwynn10

    jasonwynn10 Moderator Poggit Reviewer

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  9. ProjectInfinity

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    Very cool. :)

    I'll keep this thread bookmarked so I can post in it as I am working on my projects. Eventually I am going to need some testers as I don't really run any Minecraft server.
     
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  10. NFGamerMC

    NFGamerMC Spider Jockey

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    Why not try out Server manager by @Ad5001
     
  11. EdwardHamHam

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    Um, that's what @jasonwynn10 just suggested.
     
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  12. FiberglassCivic

    FiberglassCivic Spider Jockey

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    Lack of documentation.
     
  13. Ad5001

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  14. FiberglassCivic

    FiberglassCivic Spider Jockey

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    About installation and setup. I have a VPS with Ubuntu Server and while I was able to get Snapcraft installed and use the snap options to download PSM, there is no obvious way to execute the manager from that point. I have this strange feeling that it requires a gui.
     
  15. Ad5001

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    Ah I understand. You can just have either VNC or X11 (enable in your SSH client for this one) to run graphical apps w/ ssh. Otherwise, just use the --no-gui flag to start it and manage it with commands.

    Ill make a wiki about that.
     
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  16. EdwardHamHam

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    I think it would be better if it just had a web interface. It would be simpler, and wouldn't require a VNC client.
     
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2017
  17. Ad5001

    Ad5001 Silverfish

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    Yes I know, I've, unfortunatly, thought it too late. It would require a major rewrite for this and lot of rethinking about.
     
  18. FiberglassCivic

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    I've updated the original post to summarize suggestions to this point. Hopefully others will find this helpful.
     

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