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

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

     

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    Make files to allow for more platforms to host servers.

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    RocketxCheese commented
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    This would be even better now, with the Raspberry Pi 4.

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

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    xiaodaimaster commented
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    We definitely need that!

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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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    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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    LeonsDev commented
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    Please specify that it does not support ARM devices on the download page at least.

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    Caleb Streit commented
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    I was hoping to get a Raspberry Pi 4b to run a Bedrock Server on, but it seems the Minecraft server software doesn’t support ARM yet. Please make this available to us.

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    isj160 commented
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    yes please

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

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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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    KingKevin2708 commented
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    Just got my first Pi and was pretty disappointed that you can't run a dedicated server. Please make this one happen!

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    SunTai233 commented
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    agree, raspberry and NAS need.

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    FrankDeath1 commented
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    I could justify buying more copies of the game if there was an ARM server that could run on a raspberry pi.

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    Fk de mao commented
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    I love the setup.

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

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    mombof commented
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    I am voting on this YES!!! I just tried to set one up on my new Pi4 and was sad that there is no precompiled arm version!

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    Would love to run this on my SoC.

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    Sub2Xdpro commented
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    yes, this would also allow to run in termux for android!

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    I voted! I wanna use this server software on Raspberry Pi

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    SnooperHound commented
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    This isn't even hard to do. Why are we still waiting for this?

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    Skyler0x commented
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    As of late, Apple has announced that they are going to switch from x86 CPUs to ARM based CPUs. Knowing that the industry usually follows Apple's trajectory, its not far fetched to say that eventually everything is going to have to be compiled to run on ARM based CPUs. Compiling the Official bedrock server software to run on ARM based CPUs would ensure its future compatibility.