• I like how you used screen to run minecraft. I have done something similar except I didn't want it to run under root so I created a new user mcuser, and used this command to run minecraft as that user: sudo -u mcuser screen -mdS minecraftserver java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar /etc/minecraft/minecraft_server.1.8.9.jar nogui

    Now that starts the process in a detached screen. So to get to view the screen and keep your shell open and open another screen attached under the mcuser screen, here's how:


    ctrl+a - c <--- create new screen

    sudo -u mcuser screen -r <---connect the newly created screen to screen running under mcuser

    ctrl+a - n <---- switch between root and minecraft screens

    Took a bit to figure out as I had never used screen before but it works nicely. Now I'm trying this script to make minecraft run at boot: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Tutorials/Server_startup_script

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