Using Online Mode / Verify Names
Online-mode for old servers has been abandoned by Mojang, and has been broken until now.
Online-Mode is a great way to keep your servers secure, the way Mojang used to do it.
There are modded servers out there capable of running in online-mode, these are compatible with Mine Online.
The easiest way to host a server in online-mode is to host it through Mine Online using this command:
java -jar MineOnline.jar (server.jar) [launch arguments]
It's that simple, when you host a server through Mine Online, you can set online-mode or verify-names in the sever.properties file to true, and players using Mine Online or online-mode mods will be able to join.
Listing your Server
There are a few ways to add a server to the list. All of them add live player lists.
In all cases, servers can be named using "server-name" in the server.properties file.
You can also list a specific ip, port or domain name using the "serverlist-ip" and "serverlist-port" properties.
- Using Mine Online
- Using the hMod Plugin
- Using the Bukkit Plugin
If you host any server through mine online, from c0.0.15a to release 1.16 (or whatever the latest version is 😛), by default it will be added to the server list.
You can opt-out of this by setting public to false in the server properties file.
If you'd prefer not to host your server using Mine Online, and are running hMod, a plugin is available to list your server.
If you'd prefer not to host your server using Mine Online, and are running Bukkit, a plugin is available to list your server.
To tell Mine Online what version you're running, you'll need to specify the "version-md5" inside your server.properties file.
The MD5s for various servers can be found here . In the case where there are multiple versions, any one will work.
For example, a beta 1.7.3 server would use "version-md5=40F36C4EB86E8AC71D965EB0677D4A6F".