rTerminal cPanel | Fully featured minecraft server control panel for 1.8 and above 4.7

Ever felt like the server control panel provided by your server host isn't working well?

  1. SkorrloreGaming
    Native Minecraft Version:
    Legacy (< 1.13)
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/Speentie8081/HardScene_Bukkit-RemoteTerminal
    Contributors:
    Speentie8081
    ☆ rTerminal cPanel ☆
    Fully featured minecraft server control panel

    This plugin allows you to have direct access to the internal
    gnu bash or command line of the given server host this is installed on.
    This is especially useful with server providers that don't offer much
    flexibility with your provided server, as you can do whatever you want.


    Warning: Abusive use of this plugin may break your Terms of Service

    Configuring the plugin (very important!)

    Install the plugin on your server and make sure it's working by typing /cpanel check
    Type /cpanel user add (name) (password) to create a new user with your desired name and password
    Folow the instructions in the next section to make sure everything is the way you want it
    Finally, make sure late-bind is disabled in your spigot.yml

    Connecting using your web browser

    Connect to https://rterminal.net in your web browser and wait for the page to load
    If the page is seemingly stuck trying to load, try refreshing the page a couple times
    You will be asked for a server address, enter the address provided to you when you type /cpanel on your server
    You will then be asked for a username, type the name of the user you created earlier here
    After that you will be asked for a password, type the password of the user you created earlier here
    After entering all the information into the text boxes provided to you the webpage, click "Login"
    Finally, if all went well, you will then be connected to the remote server managed by rTerminal​

    Commands

    /hr help - Displays a listing equal or close to this copy
    /hr ban (ip) - Attempts to ban the IP from the server
    /hr pardon (ip) - Attempts to remove the IP from banned clients
    /hr kick (id) - Attempts to kick the specified client from the server
    /hr check - Attempts to check if the server is running or not
    /hr toggle - Attempts to toggle the online state of the server
    /hr reload [port] - Attempts to reload the legacy configuration file
    /hr list [/a] - Attempts to list the connected clients on the server
    /hr execute (cmd) - Attempts to execute a command through the command line
    /hr user - Displays a listing of valid subcommands to the command​
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Recent Reviews

  1. vcmda
    vcmda
    4/5,
    Version: 4.7
    Excellent plugin, very good idea but it does not work on the server I am running, it is in version 1.13 and the following message is "error" ... "wscon.rterminal.net:2083" and it never connects, dividing the possibility of using the console to through the web.
    (Google traslator used)
  2. Piloteh
    Piloteh
    5/5,
    Version: 3.9
    Fantastic plugin! now I don't need to suffer from the lag on my host's multicraft panel, I can simply use this and it's completely lag-free!
    1. SkorrloreGaming
      Author's Response
      Thank you for your review, let me know if you have any ideas for further updates to the project.
  3. KikiCro26
    KikiCro26
    5/5,
    Version: 3.2.1
    Hello there excellent plugin but I don t now why after some time when start to not responding for every "command Redirecting input .. dir"
    1. SkorrloreGaming
      Author's Response
      Thank you for reviewing this resource.
      The reason for it printing 'Redirecting input .. <command>'..
      Is because a command is currently running in the background.
      Currently this project doesn't support more then one command-
      at once, but maybe that's a good idea for a future update.