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How do I create a Spigot plugin.

  • Hello,
    Please may you help me create a spigot plugin.

  • Hello,

    I'm new and I don't know if there is a guide to writing but I'll answer your question.

    You would require the Spigot API and a Java IDE, ex. eclipse.

    A simple google search and Spigot Plugin Development is on the top.: https://www.spigotmc.org/wiki/spigot-plugin-development/

    I hope this is what you were expecting ..

  • @falceso
    I don't mean that, I mean the plugins in PufferPanel. How do I create a spigot one.

  • @Awora To run spigot.

  • @Awora Oh that's simple!

    If you are creating a New Server, in the Build Parameters ${build_params}:
    Type: -p spigot -r {version}

    The version can be 1.8+ so example would be 1.10.2 or 1.9.2

    If you have a server running. You might need to backup the files and rebuild the server.

    -p spigot -r {version}

    More info can be found: Here

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  • I have done that and let BuildTools do everything, but then it doesn't start up.

  • When I finish the buildtools install it comes up with

    mv: cannot move ‘spigot-1.10.2.jar’ to ‘../server.jar’: Permission denied
    An error occurred while installing.
    error: unable to contact remote service to alert to completed install process.


  • @Awora I also just experience this..

    I would backup the files and delete the server, add in a new server with the build parameters.

    If that doesn't work.. delete the server files via ssh or ftp.

    That was the two ways I fixed mine..

  • It looks like you dont have permissions to touch the server.jar, you could either delete the server.jar and try again or try changing the permissions for the folder so that pufferpanel can touch the server.jar as it wants to. you would do this by using these commands below... (These commands are for Debian/Ubuntu :)

    sudo chown -R root /home/(servername)
    sudo chown -R (Servername):scalesuser /home/(servername)/public
    sudo chmod -R 755 /home/(servername)

    That should fix your permissions denied message :)

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