Some help with MapCrafter on MineOS Turnkey installation

I have MineOS Turnkey syccessfully installed and running my server.

I would like to install MapCrafter so that I can render out the map, I found instructions for doing this on a Debian system however when I tried that it told me that SUDO was an unrecognised command.

Any help on how to get it installed (and if possible running on a schedule) would be much appreciated.

I have done this on my server, and the most difficult part is deciding how much you want to render because it can take up a lot of space.
Because it’s been a long time since I set it up. I will do a quick overview off the top of my head, and then I will try and add more details when I’m in front of the server :slight_smile:


sudo (case-sensitive) is a program that allows you to elevate from a normal non-root user and still execute a command as if you were root.

Even if sudo is unavailable (as it is), you simply can type su - as the mc user or just log in directly as root.

That said, I don’t believe sudo/root should be necessary in order to use MapCrafter, but that’s just my suspicion…there’s nothing that root has to offer mapping programs that normal users couldn’t already execute.

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