#1 By: Jason Fitzpatrick, October 21st, 2013 12:35
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/173044/how-to-run-low-cost-minecraft-on-a-raspberry-pi-for-block-building-on-the-cheap/
We’ve shown you how to run your own blocktastic personal Minecraft server on a Windows/OSX box, but what if you crave something lighter weight, more energy efficient, and always ready for your friends? Read on as we turn a tiny Raspberry Pi machine into a low-cost Minecraft server you can leave on 24/7 for around a penny a day.
#2 By: Ramón Ros Sanjuán, November 28th, 2013 05:40
Hi, I'm totally new both to Raspberry and Minecraft, but I have a nephew that is very interested in this game and I was planning to buy a Pi for him, so that we both can set it up and he gets interested in computers in the process (he's 12 right now). However, after reading the article, and since my understanding of the game is quite limited, I'm not sure if you can play Minecraft on the resulting setup or it is only intended to be used as a dedicated server and you need a second computer in order to connect to it and play the game (a la Quake 3).
#3 By: Adam Olivero, December 12th, 2013 11:17
You can play on a Pi but I wouldn't recommend it. If you want to play with him in multiplayer then this tutorial is for you. You can setup the Pi as a Dedicated Server and have two pc's that connect into it.
#4 By: Adam Olivero, December 12th, 2013 12:38
Okay I've got the server running but it isn't loading any plugins. Any reason why this is happening?