Private Server System for CloudNet 2 0.10

Free & open-source private server system for CloudNET 2

  1. KleinerPissa
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.16
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/Luuuuuis/PrivateServer
    PrivateServer
    Free & open-source private server system for CloudNET 2​

    Create your own private game servers and invite your friends to play with you. Only with you.

    Commands:
    • /privateserver start [GROUP] (Template/ServerID)
    • /privateserver status
    • /privateserver invite [PLAYER] (invite multiple players at once)
    • /privateserver join [PLAYER/SERVER]
    • /privateserver stop [SERVER]


    [​IMG]

    Permissions:
    • privateserver To start/stop servers
    • privateserver.premium To start more than one server (Configurable in the config) & To start a server with a server id
    • privateserver.list To get a more detailed list of servers running
    • privateserver.start.[Group Name]
    Furthermore, you can give every server owner on their private server any permissions you like. Install the same plugin on your spigot server and add permissions in the config.json. Easy! This enables features like trolling, forcing maps, force starts, etc.

    Features:
    • Server starting title
    [​IMG]

    • Own private servers manageable by users themselves
    [​IMG]

    • Invite your friends on your own server
    [​IMG]

    • Permissions for private server owners
    • Messages are editable in the config
    • Spigot command to customize your server with NPCs that execute commands
    • Premium features
    • Frequent updates

    Config:
    • Prefix editable
    • Messages editable
    • CloudNET template editable in config
    • Startable groups
    • Max servers running on the whole server
    • Max servers per user
    • Memory editable
    • Permissions for server owners editable

    Installation:
    1. Download the .jar
    2. Drag the .jar file into your plugin folder
    3. Restart your BungeeCord server
    4. Optional: Edit config.json and restart again
    5. Optional: Copy the .jar file into your global/plugins folder
    Bugs / Questions?
    Discord: https://discord.gg/2aSSGcz
    GitHub Issues: https://github.com/Luuuuuis/PrivateServer/issues

Recent Reviews

  1. MauriceXD
    MauriceXD
    2/5,
    Version: 0.10
    Hey, im make this plugin in Cloudnet 3 plugins folder. im restaring, in the plugins folder is no config.yml. when the plugin in the my spigot server is and make /pv say none
  2. getabbter
    getabbter
    3/5,
    Version: 0.7.1
    The plugin loads but if I execute the "/pv" command, this happens "Unknown command. Type "/help" for help". I installed the plugin in my Spigot folder. I'm not using CloudNET if this is important
    1. KleinerPissa
      Author's Response
      Well... That's what the title says... If you DON'T use CloudNet you shouldn't even consider downloading this plugin. Besides that you HAVE TO install the plugin at least on you BungeeCord. Spigot is optional. :)
  3. Nebensaechlich
    Nebensaechlich
    5/5,
    Version: 0.7.1
    Really Good Plugin! Hopefully there will be an update to Cloud Net v3 though. Great Evening!
  4. xXMaxGamerXx
    xXMaxGamerXx
    2/5,
    Version: 0.6.1
    now it contains bStats and sends you an annoying message at every start...

    but still open source.
    1. KleinerPissa
      Author's Response
      Sorry to hear that. Feel free to disable bStats, but I would be very sad. But I will definitely remove this message.
  5. leginhee
    leginhee
    5/5,
    Version: 0.6.1
    Very good Private Server System! Open Source and free .
  6. SmebiTV
    SmebiTV
    5/5,
    Version: 0.4.1
    I love this plugin. I had no problems running it on my server. In addition I really appreciate that this plugin is open-source.
  7. xXMaxGamerXx
    xXMaxGamerXx
    5/5,
    Version: 0.4.1
    Free and OpenSource
    Suddenly i dont use cloudnet but, because its open source i can simply make it compatible with every cloud system, even my own!
    Keep up the good work and stay open source
    1. KleinerPissa
      Author's Response
      Indeed it is very easy to recode this plugin to be used with any other cloud system. Thank you for your feedback.