In this guide, i will show you how to setup a whitelist on a Minecraft server. A whitelist, is a list of Minecraft usernames that is allowed to access your server. Any user that is not on this list, can’t login even if they have the IP to join the server.
Using a whitelist is always recommended when setting up a private server, where you only want your friends, and the poeple you want to join, to also be able to join. And not get any griefers or anyone you don’t know to access the server.
You can use these commands in the console of the server. But i will do it ingame.
First, make sure you are “opped” on the server, if you login. If you do this in the console on the server then you don’t need to op you first.
Login to your server.
Now do the following:
First i recommend adding the players you want on. For that your need their Minecraft usernames.
Use the command:
/whitelist add <username>
In the example i do /whitelist add kehaan
Now keep adding the players you want to be able to access the server.
In MineCraft 1.11, a new “locate” command was added. This command shows the coordinates of the closest EndCity, Fortress, Mansion, Mineshaft, Monument, Stronghold, Temple and village or other special buildings/structures in newer versions of Minecraft.
All you have to do is use the following command:
/locate (AND Then use TAB)
You can then use “tab” and it shows the different arguments you can use. Or you can just write the argument. Like
Which will show the nearest EndCity
In newer versions there is also a Buried_Treasure, EndCity, Fortress, Mansion, Mineshaft, Monument, Ocean_Ruin, Shipwreck, Stronghold, Desert_Pyramid, Igloo, Jungle_Pyramid, Swamp_Hut, Village and Pillager_Out
So best advice would be to write /locate TAB, and then use the tab button, to see which kind of arguments you can use in the version of Minecraft that you plays.
Hit, save. And restart the launcher. Now your game should start in 1920*1080 every time it loads the pack you play. (I also changed it in the Minecraft.settings, file. But doing it in json file only should be enough.
If it does not, you may need in the Twitch launcher to just once, change the resolution to what you want here too. BUUUT usually above solves the issue 🙂
That means that 1 tick happens every 0.05 seconds.
Above info is used a lot when making recipes with CraftTweaker. As many machines needs to know how many ticks a machine should run for with x amount of power. Like for some GregTech machines you need to use: .duration(40) .EUt(120) Which then means that the machine will run for 40 ticks which is 2 seconds, and every tick it will use 120 EU, which is a total of 4800 EU.