MineOS is an entire ecosystem of web applications, shell scripts, wikis, and support forums designed to help Minecraft enthusiasts successfully host servers on *nix platforms.
MineOS is all about learning to be an effective game host. Even better, a system administrator. No sacrifices are made–neither in security nor functionality–to provide users with a fun, educational, and effective hosting platform.
There have been numerous iterations of MineOS, all of which shared the same moniker. For clarity, here are some of the ways the name is used:
MineOS is a web-based server front-end to centralize and simplify Minecraft sysadmin tasks.
This is the primary interface for admins to download Minecraft server jars, create and configure multiple servers, start/stop instances, and create backups and initiate restores.
It provides system health, disk and memory usage, and logging in real-time. The webui supports multiple, independent users, and uses standard Linux file permissions to keep data appropriately isolated.
The webui has been tested on all major distributions and is confirmed to work on both Linux and BSD, x86_64 and ARM architectures.
MineOS Turnkey is the current flagship distribution of MineOS. Based on the proven Debian foundation, Turnkey Linux is a perfect delivery system: a trimmed, yet infinitely extensible server platform. Respun with MineOS components pre-configured, MineOS Turnkey is the quickest way to get a managed hosting platform up and running.
The MineOS Turnkey ISO is approximately 575MB and supports x86_64 architectures only.
Sysadmins familiar with Docker or unRAID also have easy deployment options:
See LICENSE.md file.
Create an issue in github or start a post on the MineOS support forums.