I am trying to host a Minecraft server in a docker container on a dedicated server (Ubuntu 20.04). I am using the itzg/minecraft-server image with docker-compose to create my container. I have no errors when creating the container nor when launching the minecraft server in the container logs. BUT when I connect to the server ..
I’m running a FTB Revelation server on my Synology-NAS and I can connect in the intranet, but when my friends or I want to connect with my public-ip, they can’t connect. A portforwading tester says, that the port is closed. I’m using a fritzbox and my ports are opened. What could be the problem? Source: ..
I want to set up a professional looking server structure but I only know the very basics of servers and linux in general. I heard about Docker but I don’t know if it actually is what I need. "Quickly" made this because I can’t explain Light Blue Text means optional, nice to have. Source: Docker ..
I’m trying to host a Minecraft server following this tutorial that uses this image. I typed up the command that he pulled up as follows: docker run -d -p 25565:25565 –name mc -e EULA-TRUE –restart always -v /home/docker/minecraft/ data:/data itzg/minecraftserver but I get the error docker: invalid reference format. See ‘docker run –help’. While trying ..
I am trying to deploy on AWS Elastic Beanstalk a Dockerized server (actually Minecraft/Forge server) that listens to port 25565. The configuration I’d like to use is a simple single-container docker configuration. I tested the Docker image locally on my desktop and it works as expected (a Minecraft client can connect to it). I can ..