The only amenities I needed were increased FPS, NBT Tooltips, Fancy-leaves-on-Fast-graphics, Zoom, and Saturation Display. These are provided on Fabric, respectively, by: Sodium NBT Tooltip Also Sodium (once they fix #233) Cull Leaves, for now WI Zoom AppleSkin I will update this post as I use more stuff. I will cross out, but not delete, mods I no longer use.
Instant, easy setup. Just 4 commands, and your server will be protected: dnf install epel-release dnf install fail2ban nano /etc/fail2ban/jail.local Paste this: [sshd] enabled = true systemctl restart fail2ban && systemctl enable fail2ban To check if it's working: fail2ban-client status sshd
It’s now possible, on a a Minecraft Java Edition server, to have simultaneous crossplay among the whole cornucopia of PC, Android, iOS, Win10, Fire/Stick, Switch, PS4, and Xbox One clients!
First, go to cPanel's SSL/TLS, Private Keys, View. Note the ID of your TLS key; copy it to your clipboard or something. (Be careful not to grab any extraneous spaces or anything; triple-clicking to select the whole line did work for me, but just be sure you're paying attention.) Then, go to cPanel's Terminal and execute the following commands: mkdir -p ~/virtualenv /opt/alt/python37/bin/python3 -m venv ~/virtualenv/simp_le bash . ~/virtualenv/simp_le/bin/activate …
Both the official website for the Program and its inaugural press release give no indication of these requirements — which the ACLU has argued violate the FHA — and which have entirely evaded public knowledge until now.
[TODO: delete this post once coffee2code/wpuntexturize#2 is resolved]
If you're using Python 3.4+,
select.epoll already supports context — you're clear to just write
with epoll() as E: … and everything will be OK. If not, here's how to shim it:
Starting with MariaDB 10.4 (released in June 2019), you can use the OR keyword with IDENTIFIED VIA to allow any-of several authentication methods: CREATE OR ALTER USER `minecraft` IDENTIFIED VIA unix_socket OR mysql_native_password USING PASSWORD("s3cr3tpasswvrd"); Even if your OS vendor kinda sucks at providing updates, MariaDB provides an official repository serving at least this version to distributions as old as Ubuntu 14.04, CentOS & RHEL 6, Debian 7, and Fedora 28 …