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== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==
  
CommandBook is SMP only and requires [http://bukkit.org/ Bukkit] and [[WorldEdit]].
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# [http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/commandbook/ Download CommandBook] and [http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/worldedit/ WorldEdit] (WorldEdit is required).
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# In the folder with craftbukkit.jar, make a "plugins" folder if it's missing.
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# Copy both WorldEdit.jar and CommandBook.jar into "plugins".
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# Restart the server.
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=== Configuration ===
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Default configuration files will be created in '''plugins/CommandBook/''' when CommandBook (and the server) is first started.
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# Edit the file '''config.yml''' inside the folder above ([[Editing code|How do I do this?]]) and change the [[/Configuration|configuration]].
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# [[/Commands|Set up permissions]] or use '''commandbook.*''' for all permissions ([[Bukkit permissions|What are these?]]).
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# Type {{cmd|/cmdbook reload}} in game to reload the configuration (and permissions).
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{{Warning|text={{cmd|/cmdbook reload}} doesn't appear to reload all configuration anymore. This is a known bug.}}
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== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==

Revision as of 13:37, 23 August 2012

CommandBook Logo New.png


CommandBook is a plugin for general commands for Bukkit. It provides:

  • A number of basic commands such as /time and /teleport
  • Basic features such as message of the day
  • Warps and homes support
  • A simple bans management system

Remember that CommandBook is open source.

Installation

CommandBook works on multiplayer.

For With platform How to install
Multiplayer Bukkit Bukkit installation

Usage

Tutorial videos


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