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Dedicated Servers for ARM Devices

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    DnKrow7 commented
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    I was looking exactly for this also. It would be amazing to be able to host a small server on a raspi ! I've done it for the java version but Bedrock is more reliable for weak computers and playing on mobile.

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    penguin2035 commented
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    yes this would be awesome!

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    nathfreder commented
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    Voted! This would be incredible, we shouldn't need to rely on cloud servers just to run a server. We only have one option for now, use Docker.

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    界飛 與儀 commented
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    I voted! I wanna use this server software on Raspberry Pi

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    isj160 commented
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    yes please

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    samolego commented
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    This would be awesome! Hope it gets enough votes!

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    Fk de mao commented
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    I love the setup.

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    MrPopogama commented
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    I was looking for this too! Looks like a perfect fit for small servers.

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    xiaodaimaster commented
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    We definitely need that!

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    Hazzard1nc commented
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    I'm all for this!! I could easily host my dedicated server on my pi board no problems 👍 please make this a thing for us!

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    MrPopogama commented
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    I was hoping for this implementation too. The RaspberryPi and many other SBCs such as the Tinkerboard, Rock 64 and Odroid would be great hardware to run small servers with a small energy footprint.

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    derfelixlol commented
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    It would be just sooo cool, searched for this for about an hour. NOTHING...

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    yeah NICE! I mean it is the way to not waste money on such a big PC also just make it open source like phone so use your old phone like that even old apple phone is useful I mean its good just make it available on every devices except console but its good JUST SPREAD ALL OVER THE PLACE NICE! well sorry for caps I use it for my expression somehow :)

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    OuterAtol78 commented
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    If you use paper MC as the server jar and on 1.12.2 it's playable, lags when someone goes through the nether but that's all. 1.13+ seems a bit too much but the only reason is because minecraft only uses 1 core for most all of everything. But if it were to use all cores and actually have multi-threaded support it would be beautiful. So please vote for this

    https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360047514492--Java-Edition-Add-Multithreading-Support-for-Minecraft-Servers

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    Platacats commented
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    Agreed However lets take it a step further.

    Instead of just adding one ARM device (namely the Raspberry Pi) Why not make it open source. I can see why this would be frowned upon by Microsoft and Mojang so you don't have to do it completely. Make a compiled version, kinda like a zip or jar, but also provide a make file of some way so that if you get a little more involve you could compile for almost all devices with make files created by the community. This also opens gates for DIY devices, sorta like an Arduino or a Raspberry Pi without clutter of an OS, etc..., that only runs the server and is highly optimized for the engine.

     

    TL;DR -

    Make files to allow for more platforms to host servers.

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    Would love to see Bedrock server port for my pi. They are more than powerful enough these day and for a small family server these would be ideal.

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    hash alwani commented
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    I was looking exactly for this also. It would be amazing to be able to host a small server on a raspi

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    Sam Zech commented
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    I was so disappointed when I saw that I couldn't host servers on my pi. Please add this!

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    lzap80 commented
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    Specifically Linux ARM builds, not so much interested in Windows ARM builds :|