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Cooking With Linux, Episode 5 : Minecraft PE Server

Minecraft Pocket Edition is an awesome multiplayer game. On a local network, such as in your home, friends can easily join you, as they can on the Internet. Unfortunately, when the person running the session is done, the fun is over for everyone. With your Linux system, whether desktop or server, you can set up and run a Minecraft PE server so that you and your friends can join anytime and the world continues without you. Friends can log in and continue building in a shared world at any time and, conceivably, from anywhere. In this video, I'm going to show you how to do it.

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