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    Permissions, Dynmap, Bigbrother and other annoying plugins help area (if you need it)

    Hey guys, I've noticed the large amounts of problems people seem to be having with these kinds of plugins. I use all of them without any trouble, so if you need ANY help, feel free to post here. I'll try to help as best as I can.

    Please remember to include:
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    1.The Plugin Name
    2.The problem
    3.The relevant file you are having trouble with (upload it and/or copy and paste.) in [*code] BBcode boxes.

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    Ill go ahead and say Im curious how you got dynmap running. The control panel tells me a needed file type (aspx) cannot be used on their servers

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    Why would you need ASPX? that's only in case you want to set the map on a different server for webhosting, such as IIS.

    Download the plugin, upload the jar and the folder contained in the archive, and then open a ticket to the Support, asking they open port 8123 on your server.

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    Bigbrother!

    How can i get bigbrother to work, I keep getting a connection failure error. I am using the mysql.xenonservers.com one. Could you please post all your stuff and how you did it? please.

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    @luke101

    First get BB and add it to ur server .. open up the yml file for BB and input the information for the mysql database can't rember if comes with something to put in there but if it does ... then let me know and i will assist u more.. i actually use BB alot and know how to add it although godaddy don't like to connect to database from my website to here

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    Quote Originally Posted by saladin1980 View Post
    @luke101

    First get BB and add it to ur server .. open up the yml file for BB and input the information for the mysql database can't rember if comes with something to put in there but if it does ... then let me know and i will assist u more.. i actually use BB alot and know how to add it although godaddy don't like to connect to database from my website to here
    You do know that Xenon offers MySQL with the hosting, right?

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    Installing Dynmap

    Having problems installing dynmap v0.14.

    I uploaded dynmap.jar to /plugins. There was an issue with 2 files (up.aspx and sendmessage.php), so I had to remove those from the zip, re-upload the zip, and then unzip it. So now everything is in place except for up.aspx (which should've been in /plugins/dynmap/web) and sendmessage.aspx (which should've been in /plugins/dynmap/web/standalone).

    I sent in the support ticket and they unblocked port 8123 for me. I'm also using the default configuration.txt.

    Code:
    # All paths in this configuration file are relative to Dynmap's data-folder: minecraft_server/plugins/dynmap/
    
    # How often a tile gets rendered (in seconds).
    renderinterval: 1
    
    render-triggers:
    #  - playermove
    #  - playerjoin
      - blockplaced
      - blockbreak
    
    # The path where the tile-files are placed.
    tilespath: web/tiles
    
    # The path where the web-files are located.
    webpath: web
    
    # The network-interface the webserver will bind to (0.0.0.0 for all interfaces, 127.0.0.1 for only local access).
    webserver-bindaddress: 0.0.0.0
    
    # The TCP-port the webserver will listen on.
    webserver-port: 8123
    
    # Disables Webserver portion of Dynmap (Advanced users only)
    disable-webserver: false
    
    # Writes JSON to file in the webpath
    jsonfile: false
    
    # How often the json file gets written to(in seconds)
    jsonfile-interval: 1
    
    # The maptypes Dynmap will use to render.
    worlds:
      - name: world
        maps:
          - class: org.dynmap.flat.FlatMap
            prefix: flat
            colorscheme: default
          - class: org.dynmap.kzedmap.KzedMap
            renderers:
              - class: org.dynmap.kzedmap.DefaultTileRenderer
                prefix: t
                maximumheight: 127
                colorscheme: default
              - class: org.dynmap.kzedmap.CaveTileRenderer
                prefix: ct
                maximumheight: 127
      - name: nether
        maps:
          - class: org.dynmap.flat.FlatMap
            prefix: flat
            colorscheme: default
          - class: org.dynmap.kzedmap.KzedMap
            renderers:
              - class: org.dynmap.kzedmap.DefaultTileRenderer
                prefix: nt
                maximumheight: 64
                colorscheme: default
    
    web:
        # Handles the clientside updates differently only enable if using jsonfile
        jsonfile: false
    
        # Interval the browser should poll for updates.
        updaterate: 2000
        
        showchatballoons: false
        focuschatballoons: false
        
        showchatwindow: true
        allowwebchat: true
        webchat-interval: 5
        messagettl: 15
            
        showplayerfacesonmap: true
        showplayerfacesinmenu: true
        
        joinmessage: "%playername% joined"
        quitmessage: "%playername% quit"
        spammessage: "You may only chat once every %interval% seconds."
        
        defaultworld: world
        worlds:
          - title: World
            name: world
            maps:
              - type: FlatMapType
                title: Flat
                name: flat
                prefix: flat
              - type: KzedMapType
                title: Surface
                name: surface
                prefix: t
              - type: KzedMapType
                title: Cave
                name: cave
                prefix: ct
          - title: Nether
            name: nether
            maps:
              - type: FlatMapType
                title: Flat
                name: flat
                prefix: flat
              - type: KzedMapType
                title: Surface
                name: nether
                prefix: nt
          # Example:
          #- title: Other World           # With what name the world is displayed.
          #  name: world_other            # The actual name of the world (equal to your directory-name).
          #  maps:
          #    - type: KzedMapType        # The type (or perspective) of the map. At the moment, there are no others than KzedMapType.
          #      title: Surface           # The name of the map that will be displayed.
          #      name: surface            # The actual name of the map (should be unique for this world).
          #      prefix: t                # The prefix of the tile-files that are generated.
          #      icon: images/block_other.png    # Sets a custom icon for the map. (optional)
          #    - type: KzedMapType
          #      title: Cave
          #      name: cave
          #      prefix: ct
    
    # Enables debugging.
    #debuggers:
    #  - class: org.dynmap.debug.LogDebugger
    I've tried running my server (Craftbukkit 556), and all of my plugins load fine, including dynmap loading up, EXCEPT for this error:
    Code:
    011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading map 'org.dynmap.flat.FlatMap'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading map 'org.dynmap.kzedmap.KzedMap'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading renderer 'org.dynmap.kzedmap.DefaultTileRenderer'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading renderer 'org.dynmap.kzedmap.CaveTileRenderer'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Activated world 'world' in Dynmap.
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading map 'org.dynmap.flat.FlatMap'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading map 'org.dynmap.kzedmap.KzedMap'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Loading renderer 'org.dynmap.kzedmap.DefaultTileRenderer'...
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [SEVERE] Failed to start WebServer on null:8123!
    2011-03-22 07:14:12 [INFO] Activated world 'nether' in Dynmap.
    2011-03-22 07:14:13 [INFO] Preparing spawn area for nether, 89%
    2011-03-22 07:14:13 [INFO] Activated world 'nether' in Dynmap.
    I cannot access the dynmap from http://69.197.189.56:8123/. So... what's wrong, and what did I miss?

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    I just checked, and I can see your map. Try clearing your cash from your web browser and try again.

    [Edit]

    If you want to get rid of the webserver error, change the
    Code:
    webserver-bindaddress: 0.0.0.0
    to
    Code:
    webserver-bindaddress: 69.197.189.56

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    K, weird problems. I cleared my cache and checked after seeing this post, and dynmap is working on http://69.197.189.56:8123/. BUT... that's not my map... and after a restart of the server, my server.log still shows the error:

    2011-03-22 17:49:19 [SEVERE] Failed to start WebServer on null:8123!

    I've changed the webserver-bindaddress to the IP, and I'm altering the webserver-port to 8080. Hopefully this will allow me to run the dynmap plugin too, along with whomever's map/server that was. I'm still confused as to how someone else is running a separate Xenon Minecraft server on my same IP. Only thing I can think of is they're using the same IP for their minecraft server, but a different port from the default (which mine is using).

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    From this point forward, open a ticket with Technical support. I don't think xenon would put more than one Minecraft server per IP, but then again, I can't speak for that, not being one of their employees. Also, have you checked that your map name is indeed world and not another one?

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