To anyone who wants to share sounds with me, firstly that's awesome, and I thank you very much.
I have no plans to move the sounds out of the Github repo, so if you don't like the idea of your hard work being shared with everyone then that's something we will need to talk about.
@SLJ: I don't know what you mean about service identities, other than that there's a python "package" called service-identity.
As Paul said, you need to do
pip install -r requirements.txt
. Firstly I'd recommend:
pip install virtualenv
virtualenv -p python3 env
This sets up andactivates a Python virtual environment, which you can then install the requirements into.
Honestly the SSL certs aren't Mindspace-specific, you can just copy and paste the commands from that "confusing forum" which happens to be Stack Overflow... the single most useful programming resource out there!
At the risk of sounding very rude, if you don't know how to code or read Stack Overflow Mindspace's utility to you is minimal at best, as all the commands therein are written in Python. You'll be able to build and promote players to admin and builder status, create objects ETC, but your server won't be any different to any other MIndspace instance out there.
If you know how to use Letsencrypt you can do that too. Just copy the files /etc/letsencrypt/live/<domain>/*.pem to a certs directory in your mindspace directory. You actually only need the files fullchain.pem and privkey.pem I think, but it's quicker to type *.pem.
Finally, with the URL thingy, it is:
If you want to let the server redirect you to the HTTPS port (which is 6466 by default). Otherwise it's:
Of course you can change the ports from the command line.
will help you with that.
You can even change the URL for the client if you edit the path spec in server/web/pages.py... I think that's where it is anyhow.
Anyways, good luck. And don't forget you can use
to git pull and run your server, deleting dump files in the procress.
Also don't forget to rename minimal.yaml to world.yaml if you haven't already.
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