Arch Linux packages to track Minecraft and its various mods.
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README.md

Minecraft packages

Arch Linux packages to track Minecraft and its various mods.

These packages are not designed to be uploaded to the AUR, as they are largely incompatible with the existing Minecraft AUR packages.

Stability note: these packages are not considered to be released, and thus will probably change wildly until I've finished everything I want.

Building

The central pkgbuild.sh script in the root of the repo will build all of the packages correctly, if built in the root of the repo.

Usage

This section only concerns the minecraft-ltdk package.

To create a new server, copy the directory /etc/default/minecraft into some subdirectory of /srv/minecraft, making sure that it's owned by the minecraft user. Be sure to modify the settings according to your needs before launching.

The server will be startable via the minecraft-server@ systemd service, where the argument is the name of the subdirectory.