Rcon tool or web interface

Discussion in 'Help' started by David07, Nov 14, 2016.

  1. David07

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    Hello all,
    Sorry for my newbie question (and my poor english), what tool (idealy a web tool) are you using for Rcon connection and administration ?
    Thanks,
    David.
     
  2. robske_110 (Tim)

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    There are many apps for RCON. Just search up RCON on google for that.
    Another way is using the Plugin PocketDockConsole it has a web interface, a quite nice one.
     
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  3. Thunder33345

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    link to any?
    not much luck finding a web rcon
     
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  4. Matthew

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  5. Thunder33345

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    well works but mostlikely OP cant be able to host it on their own
     
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  8. Matthew

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    Why not?
     
  9. Thunder33345

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    try it
    all it does is call the api.PHP that is considered invalid on github
     
  10. Sandertv

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    I think @Thunder33345 is right...
     
  11. David07

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    Thanks for all your answers,
    as start I was thinking it was a newbie question but it seems not so easy to find the right one :)
    I will give a try to all of suggestions to find the right one that fit my needs.
     
  12. David07

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    It doesn't works: "[Server thread/ERROR]: Could not load plugin 'PocketDockConsole': Incompatible API version"
     
  13. HimbeersaftLP

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    Try this website: http://pmt.mcpe.me/api2 and set the API to 2.1.0
     
  14. David07

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    :( this site doesn't work... I press the three words, select my file, change the API version, inject but I got a "404 not found"
     
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  15. Kenner

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    Yeah, that site is outdated, so is PocketDockConsole. If you are running on Linux, you can create a SSH user and install TMUX to make your life easy. To add an SSH user, search it up ;). Using TMUX: start a session 'tmux', connect to a session 'tmux attach' or 'tmux attach {name}'. Anyways, good luck. :p
     
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  17. David07

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    This is a good idea (usually I do it with screen instead of tmux), but I want a web interface so my child are able to use it easily...
     
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  18. David07

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    Sorry but I want to host in my home network the server and I'm running on arm I'm not sure that multicraft is supporting such patform.
    One question: is multicraft compatible with MCPE ?
     
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  19. Sandertv

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    Yep multicraft is in fact compatible with MCPE. Almost every MCPE server host uses Multicraft for the server owners to control their server.
     
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    It is supporting MCPE, but I have no clue about the ARM thingy... Just try it :p
     

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