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Basic Administration

Administration tasks are done through commands, either inside the console (the terminal) or by players (in-game). These commands are used in the form <command> [arguments...].

When describing a command, words inside angled brackets (<...>) represent required arguments, while square brackets ([...]) represent optional arguments.

Note

When using commands in-game, the forward-slash prefix (/) is added.

For example, a player would use /kick otherplayer You are evil, while the console operator would use kick otherplayer You are evil.

For the sake of consistency, the prefix will not be used in this documentation.

Operators

In order to give permission to a player to use administration commands, they will need to be made operators of the server.

A player can be added as a server operator using the op <player> command. For example, to add a player named "glowstoner" as an operator, use the command op glowstoner.

Similarly, to remove a player as an operator, use deop <player>. For example, deop glowstoner.

Players that attempt to use administrative commands without operator privileges will receive an error.

Kicking and Banning Players

In order to kick a player from the server, use the kick <player> [reason] command. The first argument is the name of the target player, and is required. The remainder of the command is optional and will be shown to the kicked player.

For example, kick glowstoner Not today! would show "Not today!" on glowstoner's client.

Kicking a player is considered a "temporary" punishment, because the player can still log back into the server after being disconnected. In order to ban a player from joining the server, use the similar ban <player> [reason] command.

In order to un-ban a player, use the pardon <player> command.

Whitelisting

Whitelisting allows you to limit which players can join the server. When enabled, players not on the whitelist will not be able to join the server.

In order to enable the whitelist, use the whitelist on command. Similarly, use whitelist off to disable it.

To add a player to the whitelist, use whitelist add <player>. Oppositely, use whitelist remove <player> to remove them.

Operators can list players currently inside the whitelist using whitelist list.

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