MCUpdater for Minecraft Client and Server

Original Article: http://mcupdater.com/doku.php?id=installation

  These instructions are for MCUpdater 2.0. Quite a few things have changed
  since then, and updates are forthcoming. For more help, see us on IRC.

Please note. MCUpdater tries to muck with the Minecraft jar as little as possible. Old (pre 1.36) versions of MCU would constantly overwrite everything in the .minecraft folder, but newer versions store their data in a parallel .MCUpdater directory and launch your selected instance from there.

SK's Minecraft Launcher

Fix OpenGL error in Minecraft on ATI/AMD laptops

I find a way to fix the ATI open GL driver problem :

1) download last ATI drivers 11.3 (or other)
2) extract all files
3) go into C:\ATI\Support\11-3_vista64_win7_64_dd_ccc_ocl\Packages\Drivers\Display\W76A_INF\B114839 (if C:\ATI is your default extraction folder)
5) launch a DOS console (cmd)
6) go to your extraction folder via the console (cd C:\ATI\Support\11-3_vista64_win7_64_dd_ccc_ocl\Packages\Drivers\Display\W76A_INF\B114839)
7) execute this : expand atioglxx.dl_ atioglxx.dll

Minecraft Sites of Interest

Minecraft Forge Modding

Minecraft Server Plugins

WorldEdit.jar http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/worldedit/
NOTE: you need WorldEdit for CraftBook
WorldEdit Schematics can be found here:  http://www.mcschematics.com/

CraftBook.jar http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/craftbook/ 

Minecraft Weapons, Armor and Tools

Minecraft Armour Item Block IDs

Minecraft Essential Item Block IDs

Block IDs and Item IDs are referenced primarily when using the /give command. This command can be used in multiplayer mode to give a player almost any item. You must be made an operator on the server to use this command.

Syntax: /give [player name] [data value] [quantity]


Minecraft Esssential Item Block IDs

Minecraft Block IDs and Item IDs

Simple Minecraft Block ID list can be found here: http://www.minecraftopia.com/minecraft_ids

Setting up a CraftBukkit Minecraft Server on CentOS


1. Download CraftBukkit's latest build: CraftBukkit - Recommended Build
2. Put the .jar in a folder, for this example we'll use a generic one: ~/craftbukkit
3. Move to the above directory in terminal with 'cd ~/craftbukkit'
4. Create a new file in the minecraft folder and name it craftbukkit.sh
5. Edit the file and paste this into it:
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