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News and Updates / Re: Minecraft 1.14.1 Released!
« on: 15 May 2019, 08:30:30 »
Here's a fun fact: The major developer of spigot is no other than an Australian from Melbourne and goes by the name md_5.

Everyone around the world relies on him to develop the latest release for Spigot, including 1.14.1.

Release shouldn't be too far away now!

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Minecraft / Re: Uploading your single player world.
« on: 14 May 2019, 15:20:58 »
Uploading a world (Express Tutorial)
1) All you need to do is zip up the custom map's folder (So if the world's folder name is MyWorld, zip that, not the inside)
2) Go to File Manger on your STIPE control panel
3) Drag the zipped file to File Manager and let it extract
4) Go to Express Settings section of the control panel and scroll all the way down to World Management, you should see your new world (eg MyWorld) that you uploaded there. Just activate and start server!

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News and Updates / Minecraft 1.14.1 Released!
« on: 13 May 2019, 23:27:22 »
Minecraft 1.14.1 is finally released fixing some major bugs and performance issues.

We thank Mojang for making this release so quick!

Although this release does not fix all performance related issues, it does make the game a lot more playable!

Update your servers now! For how to, see: https://stipe.com.au/forums/index.php?topic=444.0

CraftBukkit Plugin support not yet released but will be soon!

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Minecraft / How to upgrade to Minecraft 1.14.2 Release
« on: 08 May 2019, 08:15:30 »
Here's how you can upgrade to Minecraft 1.14.2 Release for SERVER
Please Note: Minecraft 1.14+ is very RAM intensive. 1GB for new worlds, 1.5GB for existing is expected.

CONFIGURE YOUR SERVER:
1) Stop server, Go to PLUGINS AND MODPACKS section of your control panel
2) Look for Minecraft 1.14.2 [Vanilla], and click INSTALL (Note there is no plugin support yet for it)


3)
If you want to upgrade your existing world, click upgrade.
We recommend that you start fresh, so New install is best. (If you click new Install, your existing world and build will be stored in a safe place for you to play later)

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Minecraft / How to upgrade to Minecraft 1.14
« on: 24 April 2019, 09:30:51 »
Here's how you can upgrade to Minecraft 1.14:

UPDATE: Spigot (CraftBukkit) 1.14 has been released! Remember these are very early stages! Not all plugins expected to work.

***IMPORTANT NOTICE: The new release of Minecraft 1.14 is very unstable! It consumes more than double the RAM, and also locks out Minecraft's primary CPU cores causing your server to lag. We recommend that you stay on 1.13.2 if you can until Minecraft 1.14.1 is released. Or live with the lag!


1) Stop server, Go to PLUGINS AND MODPACKS section of your control panel
2) Look for Minecraft 1.14, and click INSTALL


OR for Plugin support:


3)
If you want to upgrade your existing world, click upgrade.
We recommend that you start fresh, so New install is best. (If you click new Install, your existing world and build will be stored in a safe place for you to play later)

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News and Updates / Miencraft v1.14 is here!
« on: 24 April 2019, 08:11:30 »
Hey there Minecrafters!
Another exciting update, "Village & Pillage" has finally been released bringing us to Minecraft V1.14. With new items, blocks, and mobs. There's so much to discover and learn! (Check out the trailer's below)

You can update your existing instance from the PLUGINS and MODPACKS section. We recommend you start fresh but you can also click the Upgrade to convert your server over.

Happy crafting!

Village & Pillage: A Wanderous Journey:
https://youtu.be/XeaNh-bFnYM

Village & Pillage: Official Trailer:
https://youtu.be/gcf9FM4TbN4

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News and Updates / Minecraft v1.14 is almost here!
« on: 20 April 2019, 13:56:48 »
Snapshots for Minecraft v1.14 is now in its final pre-release stages!

We have been testing and updating the control panel to support this ultimate release!

Just remember, Bukkit version of Minecraft v1.14 may not be released for some time so don't upgrade if you need your plugins to work!

Exciting times!
 

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News and Updates / More updates on its way!
« on: 15 April 2019, 07:48:10 »
We've added improved crash management system for Minecraft servers. Not only to reduce crashes, but provide analysis.
File Manager Editor feature has been improved for easier editing and viewing of logs, code and configurations!

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Minecraft / Permissions Plugins (Bukkit)
« on: 18 February 2019, 09:51:53 »
If you need to restrict or give access to only certain things to players, either its from other plugins or just general minecraft permissions, you are best to add a "Permissions system plugin" on your server.
Many plugins have a permissions list which you can then use on a permissions system plugin to restrict or give access to players.

There are a few permission system plugins you can use, but all require a bit of time allocated to learn how to use and troubleshoot.

List of common permission systems:

Widley used: PermissionsEx: https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/permissionsex
Note: Works on Minecraft 1.13 but not officially supported.

Recent and updated: LuckPerms - https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/luckperms-an-advanced-permissions-plugin.28140/
Note: Official for v.1.13


Paid Plugin: UltraPermissions: https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/ultra-permissions.42678/
Note: There a paid plugin which uses the in-game interface to set up permissions - to some its much easier.

So for example, say you want WorldEdit to be restricted to only a few members, you first will need a list of all the permissions WorldEdit would support. You can google this but here is a list of WorldEdit's Permissions:
 http://wiki.sk89q.com/wiki/WorldEdit/Permissions

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News and Updates / More servers galore!
« on: 05 February 2019, 10:39:19 »
STIPE Servers Australia has reached a new peak! We have blown records, highest player online count, server count, and network peak all while maintaining epic support and lowest waiting times!

We've upgraded many server boxes and added over 10 dedicated servers in just the last month.

We'd like to thank our customers who have put so much trust in us!

Much love <3

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How to give players EssentialsX Permissions? (eg /sethome)

There are two ways to do this:
Option 1: Install a permissions system (LuckPerms, PermissionsEx, etc).  This is powerful method and allows you to set permissions for each player or group. BUT it's very complicated and you will have to spend time learning the system.


Option 2: The other option is the easy way, just edit the plugins/Essentials/config.yml file and set use-bukkit-permissions: false

This will activate up the "player-commands" section which is located in the same file and give permissions to all players based on the list in the "player-commands" section.
 You can remove a command that you don't want them to give, but that's all you can do. You can't set up groups.

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News and Updates / Minecraft 1.13.2 Update
« on: 23 October 2018, 19:03:48 »
Minecraft v1.13.2 released over the past 24 hours.

This should hopefully fix some horrific memory leaks.

Customers may install/update to the latest version easily by going into the Control Panel --> Addons and Plugins section.

Release Status:
Minecraft Vanilla 1.13.2: Ready in Control Panel!
CraftBukkit 1.13.2: Ready in Control Panel!
SpiGot  1.13.2: Ready in Control Panel!

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Minecraft / Re: Test servers
« on: 26 September 2018, 15:14:43 »
I used it and I bought a server

Totally awesome :D

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Minecraft / Test servers
« on: 19 September 2018, 08:06:24 »
Although we offer 5 day full refund change of mind guarantee, if you still really really really want to test out the servers, here they are!

You can try our test servers below for Sydney, NSW

Minecraft Java Edition - IP: test.stipe.com.au
Minecraft PE (Bedrock) Edition - IP: 119.252.189.88 Port: 25566

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News and Updates / Backup upgrade!
« on: 06 September 2018, 23:27:14 »
Currently customers on the linux system have to request for restorations via our support team. We understand this can be tedious for some customers who want to trial and error and need to keep asking for restorations over and over.

We are happy to announce that backup systems have been upgraded to allow full control to the customer! You can now perform self-service restorations to any given hour!

From our current test's the restorations are blazing fast and stable! We TNT'd up a very large world, and then restored it back to the way it was in just 13 seconds!

More updates to come!



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