Hello maybe I am the only one witht his problem but my console does not update when a player types something in the chat. The console on the web gui only updates when I type a command in it. So when a player types in game “Hello world”, It does not show up in the console until I execute a command in the console.
Is there maybe a setting like “Console-update:false” that I need to set to true.
I hope someone can help me with this problem.
Due to technical limitations of the webserver that drives the MineOS scripts (Python Cherrypy webserver), auto-updating is not available.
Sending a command will update the page, as will clicking on the ‘console’ button on the left (which is preferred over the refresh button of the browser).
The web-ui–by design–is restricted to asynchronous polling, which makes making a live-updating console impractical. If you’re interested in live consoles, consider connecting via PuTTy to your gameserver’s screen, which is live and interactive.
How can I connect to my server with putty. Wich port do I need to use
Here’s a quick tutorial on putty from my wiki.
To connect to your running server, with your non-root user (such as mc):
$ script /dev/null
Script started, file is /dev/null
$ cd /usr/games/minecraft/
$ ./mineos_console.py -s zing console
replace zing with the name of your running server. You’ll drop right into the command-line based console that the minecraft server jar offers.
Please note, you’re in what’s called a
screen instance/virtual terminal. As such, you may want to brush up on dealing with
screen and navigating your way around virtual terminals.