January 1, 0001

How to run playit 24/7 on Linux

For this guide we’ll be using tmux. To get started, run the tmux command in your terminal. You terminal should look like Now inside of the tmux session run the playit program ./playit-linux_64-0.4.7 If you’re unable to run the playit program see How to run playit.gg on Linux With the playit program now running you can use the following keyboard combinations Ctrl-b + d to put the tmux session in the background Ctrl-b + c to create a new window to run another program (like the Minecraft Server) Ctrl-b + 0 to view the first window, similary Ctrl-b <num> will let you go between windows If you press Ctrl-b + d and put the tmux session in the background, you can always get it back by running the command Read more

January 1, 0001

How to run playit.gg on Linux

First things first, you’ll need to download the latest version of the playit.gg agent from playit.gg/download. When you try to run the program, you might get errors like The Fix You’ll need to make the program runnable on linux. You can do this by running chmod +x. cd ~/Downloads # cd into the folder where the playit program is located chmod +x playit-linux_64-0.4.7 ./playit-linux_64-0.4.7 To download and run the playit program you can use Read more

January 1, 0001

Update your DNS server on Linux

There’s a lot of different Linux distributions so you’re solution might vary. Updating DNS in Ubuntu Updating DNS by editing “/etc/resolv.conf” Updating DNS by editing “/etc/systemd/resolved.conf” Updating DNS in Ubuntu On the top right of your desktop, open the drop down and select either Wired Settings or WiFi Settings. Next press the gear icon next to the connection. A window should pop up, nagivate to the IPv4 tab, disable Automatic in the DNS row and put 8. Read more