Hoa do i run servers without using a pocketmine app?

Discussion in 'Help' started by Adei, Aug 26, 2019.

  1. Adei

    Adei Spider

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    Im still wondering how u run two servers and someone said u need a server hosting app
     
  2. Gianluxx

    Gianluxx Witch

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    Just use 2 different directories and 2 different ports
     
  3. Adei

    Adei Spider

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    Can you be more detailed i dont quite understand
     
  4. Destroyer57

    Destroyer57 Zombie

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    Vps, or look up in google : mcpe server hosting
     
  5. HimbeersaftLP

    HimbeersaftLP Chicken

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    Just use a PC? Or Termux?
     
  6. Destroyer57

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    Termux cant run pockrtmine without root acces. Thats what i know from my own experience
     
  7. HimbeersaftLP

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    It should definitely be able to run PocketMine without root access
     
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  8. Destroyer57

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    Try out on ur own
     
  9. EdwardHamHam

    EdwardHamHam Skeleton

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    As far as I know, Termux can run it without being root, since PocketMine doesn't need (and shouldn't be given) root acces to run.
     
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  10. Destroyer57

    Destroyer57 Zombie

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    Executing sh files require root
     
  11. EdwardHamHam

    EdwardHamHam Skeleton

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    No, executing sh files in Linux does not require root. And Termux doesn't require root for any of its operations (including that).
     
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  12. Shaggy0815

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    if you can not run the file as a user with linux your do not have the right permission or ownership on the file.
    In any case for security reasons you should NEVER run applications as root. If you want to run a minecraft server create a minecraft user and group and run it under that.

    You can change the owner/group of a file by using as root the chown command
    https://linux.die.net/man/1/chown
    example:
    filename: start.sh
    username you want to change to: shaggy0815
    group you want to change to: user
    chown shaggy0815:user start.sh

    After that the file is owned by user with the hame shaggy0815.
    Another option is to set permissions as root on the file for other to excecute e.g.
    chomod 0755 start.sh
    https://linux.die.net/man/1/chmod
     

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