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[bewerken] Basis Informatie

Before anyone can help you in the IRC channel, please make sure that the following has been performed so that we can eliminate these as possibilities. You would be surprised how many problems these simple suggestions fix.

If you still have issues after this point, and none of the basic answers below can solve your problem, the make sure you do the following:

[bewerken] Basis antwoorden

Deze pagina bevat basisantwoorden op de meest gestelde vragen. Heb je nog bijkomende vragen kun je deze op forums vragen. http://minecraftforum.be

[bewerken] Minecraft herinstaleren

One of the common ways to fix an ailing Minecraft installation of various bugs is to simply re-install it. Removing the launcher itself (the file you downloaded) however will not remove Minecraft. The steps below should work for most people.

[bewerken] Windows

  1. Navigate to your Application Data Folder
    • On Windows XP and Vista: C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Roaming
    • On Windows 7 C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming
  2. Double Click the .minecraft folder
  3. Copy out the saves folder to a different location
  4. Go back one directory (to where you can see .minecraft)
  5. Drag the .minecraft folder into the trash
  6. Start the Minecraft.exe file to re-download Minecraft
  7. Close Minecraft when you reach the title screen
  8. Copy the saves folder back into the new .minecraft folder. You can safely overwrite any data that's currently in this folder

[bewerken] Linux

  1. Open a terminal
  2. Copy and Paste the following into the terminal to delete the current minecraft installation and retain the current saved worlds: mv ~/.minecraft/saves /tmp/mc-save-tmp;rm -rf ~/.minecraft/*;mv /tmp/mc-save-tmp ~/.minecraft
  3. Start Minecraft like you normally would. Your saves should be intact and the Minecraft client will re-download itself for you.

[bewerken] Mac OSX

  1. Open a Finder window
  2. Click the Go Menu item and Click Go to Folder
  3. Type ~/.minecraft into the text field and click Go
  4. Drag the saves folder to your desktop
  5. Drag everything else in the .minecraft folder to the trash
  6. Drag the saves folder back into the .minecraft folder
  7. Close the Finder window and launch the Minecraft App just like you would normally.

[bewerken] Instaleren van Minecraft Client op Ubuntu Linux

Download this script and run the following commands in a terminal:

chmod 755 ~/Downloads/minecraft_installer.sh
sudo ~/Downloads/minecraft_installer.sh --install-client

[bewerken] Syncing Your Single Player Worlds Across Multiple Machines

All of your single-player worlds for Alpha is stored in the saves folder within .minecraft. The folders are World1, World2, World3, etc. There are several ways you can backup/archive or copy worlds across different machines.

[bewerken] Manual Syncing

If you want to simply manually back them up for later use, you can either copy out the whole saves folder, or just the world folder that you want to backup. If you want to move the order to the worlds in the saved menu, just change the number at the end of the world folder name to adjust the order as you would like.

[bewerken] Automatic Syncing via Dropbox

If you want all world saves to automatically synced and backed up across multiple systems (and revision controlled), The easiest way to do this would be to use Dropbox. First thing you need to do is sign up for an account on Dropbox.com and download the client on all of your systems.

[bewerken] Linking Minecraft to Dropbox on Linux

This process will link the saves folder for minecraft into Dropbox for Linux. We will be assuming that you have setup Dropbox to use the default folder (HOME/Dropbox) for your client.

  1. Close Minecraft
  2. Open a terminal
  3. Copy and paste the following into your terminal: mv ~/.minecraft/saves ~/Dropbox/Minecraft;ln -s $HOME/Dropbox/Minecraft $HOME/.minecraft/saves
  4. Close the terminal


[bewerken] Linking Minecraft to Dropbox on Mac OSX

This process will link the saves folder for minecraft into Dropbox for Mac OSX. For you Mac users, I;m sorry there isn't a more "Mac-Friendly" way of handling this, however we are taking advantage of some of the UNIX underpinnings of the OS. We will be assuming that you have setup Dropbox to use the default folder (HOME/Dropbox) for your client.

  1. Close Minecraft
  2. Open a terminal
  3. Copy and paste the following into your terminal: mv ~/Library/"Application Support"/minecraft/saves ~/Dropbox/Minecraft;ln -s $HOME/Dropbox/Minecraft $HOME/Library/"Application Support"/minecraft/saves
  4. Close the terminal
[bewerken] Linking Minecraft to Dropbox on Windows 7 & Vista

This process will link the saves folder for minecraft into Dropbox for Windows 7 and Vista. We will be using the Windows equivalents of Symlinks for Linux so we will need to get under the hood a little bit. Sorry that there isn't a simple "Run this EXE file" method :-p. We will be assuming that you have setup Dropbox to use the default folder (HOME/Dropbox) for your client.

  1. Close Minecraft
  2. Open a new Explorer window
  3. Go to C:\Users\"Your PC Username"\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft
  4. Open a second Explorer window with the My Dropbox folder open
  5. Move the saves Folder in the .minecraft window to the My Dropbox window
  6. Rename the saves Folder to Minecraft
  7. Close both windows
  8. Go to Start --> Run and type CMD and hit enter
  9. Type the following: mklink /d C:\Users\"Your PC Username"\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves C:\Users\"Your PC Username"\Dropbox\Minecraft
  10. Close the Command Prompt and enjoy Minecraft on multiple PCs

(Replace "Your PC Username" with the username of the PC you are currently logged on as.)

[bewerken] Linking Minecraft to Dropbox on Windows XP & 2000

This process will link the saves folder for minecraft into Dropbox for Windows XP and 2000. We will be using the Windows equivalents of Symlinks for Linux so we will need to get under the hood a little bit. Sorry that there isn't a simple "Run this EXE file" method :-p. We will be assuming that you have setup Dropbox to use the default folder (HOME/Dropbox) for your client.

  1. Close Minecraft
  2. Download Junction from Microsoft's site and install it.
  3. Open a new Explorer window
  4. Go to C:\Documents and Settings\\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft
  5. Open a second Explorer window with the My Dropbox folder open
  6. Move the saves Folder in the .minecraft window to the My Dropbox window
  7. Rename the saves Folder to Minecraft
  8. Close both windows
  9. Go to Start --> Run and enter CMD and hit return.
  10. Type the following: junction -d  %HOME%\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves %HOME%\Documents\"My Dropbox"\Minecraft
  11. Close the Command Prompt

Bron: http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Tutorial/Minecraft_Help_FAQ

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