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[1.7.10] Testing mod on server - with other players


Thornack

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Ok so I can run my mod on a dedicated server in eclipse but I was wondering if there is a way to connect to this server from multiple computers that have the same dev environment to test things. Has anyone tried this? I know that the only way I can connect to my server from my dev environment is to set the server properties to offline mode and the eula to true.

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I want to run the server and the client from my dev environment on one computer and connect from this computer to this server. Then from my other computer I want to run my mod and connect to that same server (both dev environments have the same code)

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I think (someone can confirm) that you have to be in offline mode in the dev environment.

 

But anyway, I just have cloned repositories on three computers, use eclipse to run a dedicated server run configuration on one computer and client run configuration on the other two computers. They seem to be able to join and play properly.

 

Is there something beyond that that you need to do?

Check out my tutorials here: http://jabelarminecraft.blogspot.com/

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I set it to offline mode and I have my router port forwarded but cant seem to find the server not sure why, Im not sure how to use a username with a password in the dev environment, currently each time I run the client I get a random username and dont require a password

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I set it to offline mode and I have my router port forwarded but cant seem to find the server not sure why, Im not sure how to use a username with a password in the dev environment, currently each time I run the client I get a random username and dont require a password

 

In Eclipse, in your Run Configuration in the Arguments tab you just put --username=yourUserNameHere --password=yourPasswordHere.

 

I don't think you need port forwarding if you're on the local network. I put in the IP address of the server directly to connect from the client machines.

 

You can run server and client on the same computer. In the client, just do a direct connection and put in "localhost" for the IP address.

Check out my tutorials here: http://jabelarminecraft.blogspot.com/

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