I’ve seen some people get a server running on their visionfive 2 and im trying to get a minecraft server running on the Visionfive 2 as well but its extremely slow (something like a 15 min start up time) and the server keeps crashing instantly due to an “exception in server tick loop”.
Currently running the 202302 debian image, on board v1.2A with the default-jre and default-jdk.
I’m not 100% sure, but AFAIK the current Debian OpenJDK build for
riscv64 does not use the Hotspot JIT JVM, but Zero, which is expected to be much slower.
Not sure if Cuberite (C++ Minecraft server implementation) compiles and runs on RISC-V?
No use: Currently supports Release 1.8 - 1.12.2 Minecraft protocol versions.
Btw, I solved it, just use shipilev’s binaries Here, find the riscv64-server-release part then just make a java directory, extract it there and add the jdk folder to path with
export JAVA_HOME=[jdk file path here] for me it was /home/usr/java/jdk just navigate to your jdk directory and use
pwd then add that to PATH with
export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin then java should be added and just run the server from there
From that site:
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I like them already (honest good advice)
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And I’m in…
I’ve been trying to spin up LaserWeb (server side) on the VF2 but gave up in a nest of NPM issues. Something I need to return to.