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    *falls on pickaxe. :(
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    Is anyone else still active on Minecraft? Me and my brothers-in-law have started again on this server.
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    hi, my server is back online after a long period of downtime.

    this time around you must be on the whitelist to enter. this is going to be vanilla minecraft. i simply do not want to spend a lot of time dicking around with plugins,upgrades,etc. if you would like to join just PM me your minecraft id.

    the physical hardware spec is in my system specs dropdown.

    the virtual specs are 980x running 6 core of the 12 cores, 8 gigs of ram and a blazing fast hardware array raid 5 storage pool volume at 450MB/s
    digibucc says thanks.
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    Awesome, what OS is the virtual minecraft machine running?
    Easy Rhino says thanks.
    Crunching for Team TPU More than 25k PPD
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    centos6.4 with jdk 1.7+
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    installed craftbukkit and it seemed to have reverted things back to 1.4.7. you will need that client to login.
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    You can get beta/developement versions of Bukkit that support the latest version of Minecraft from there: http://dl.bukkit.org/downloads/craftbukkit/ ;)
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  9. Easy Rhino

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    how does that integrate with mcmyadmin?

    note: for now we will stick with official 1.5.1 and wait for something better for bukkit

    note 2: it also corrupted my world backup somehow and we went in reverse an hour. i fail. msg me in game for 24 iron so you can catch up on the time you lost.
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2013
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    yup. i lost a ton too. now that i worked out the bugs we should be good. join up and get some iron.
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    Won't be able to til later this evening. But I'll be there
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    I'm working on a prototype permissions plugin based on Unix/Linux Permissions. Plan to port a replica of YaST for a GUI tool to tie into it so that users not familiar with Linux CLI can easily setup and manage permissions. thoughts?

    Also, please whitelist me: KRDucky
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    omg...my gpu is DEAD. wtf i planned this whole system out and the one thing that i never thought would die does. pathetic. so now i have to order a new one. it will be a few days...
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    Do you just need something cheap and PCI?
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    I'd send you a spare I have but I'm not even sure if its worth the postage / duties for you. Plus its a 9600 GSO (or an 8800 GT if you want one of the older spares), so older than dirt.
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    Yeah i have a few old ATI 9600's around maybe even lower although i think all my old cards are PCI-E except for one which i think has 1MB on it lol..
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    it doesn't need to be anything fancy. if you have something cheap and low powered i would take it.
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    so even pci-e ok ?.
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    I'm pretty sure Radeon 9### series were all AGP. PCI Express didn't start until Radeon X### series.
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    Yes of course silly me, just about to check what i can find..

    Ok, found the old pci card if you want it and it's a Blaster MA300 and is dated 1998 so you cannot upgrade the ram chips on it and only has a D plug.
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  23. Easy Rhino

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    sorry i have been away at a conference so i have been slow to respond. i bought a cheap nvidia 610 card that will do the job. it will arrive by friday and i will install it then. hopefully i can get all of this up and running quickly without data loss.
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    we are back in business!
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