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Painless web server for PocketMine
Try disabling opcache extension if you're on Windows. Or recompile/reinstall PHP.
I disabled opcache I think (it was through the php.ini file) and tried to redownload PHP, but neither of those worked. And yeah I am running on Windows (W8, 64 bit if that helps).
Thanks for the report. I will have a patch out soon.
EDIT: Done. Pushed to GitHub and waiting approval here. Just over 10 minutes
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This might sound like pretty stupid, but what does this do? does it like create website for the server?
I was wondering, with a dedicated IP, what should I set my port to? Should I set it to 80 like all websites? Or do I set it to my Minecraft Port?
I don't really want to have to put the port after in the web URL EX: "http://IP:Port/", Can I make it so I can use just "http://IP/"?
Yep, it's pretty sweet
I heard that PHP is limited from using ports less less than 1024 or something because of system permission stuffs.
Can you tell me the basic of how to set one up?
So with this plugin I can make my server have the same IP and port as my website
Not the same port, but yes the same IP. You're able to set up a website to use the same domain name as your server without this plugin. This plugin is used to host webpages directly from the PocketMine server itself, which could have some benefits in PHP code, such as retrieving information on server status, player information, plugin databases, etc.
Okay do I need any knowledge of php coding to make the website or is there other options p.s. I'd like to thank you you've been a great help whenever I needed it on this site p.s. I'd like to thank you for the great help you've been to me and others on this site
Can I just ask. This plugin confused me. I installed it on my private server on Android. I put a index.html page on and nothing happened. I am not actually sure what this plugin does. Could you please explain?
This plugin runs an HTTP server that serves webpages using the files inside Volt's data folder.
You could host the web server on the same port, remember: HTTP uses TCP, MCPE uses UDP.
So you could use this and put in your Server's IPs in a browser and it would show the web files?
If it doesn't have query enabled.
Yes if you are using port 80, which usually won't work. You can configure which port at the Volt config file. Default is port 8080.
You should put this in your browser: