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Minecraft on Apple Silicon

In this gist, you can find the steps to run Minecraft 1.16.4 natively on Apple Silicon (AS), without needing Rosetta 2 translation of the dependencies (mainly LWJGL and related libraries).

While it's possible to use a launcher like MultiMC to have a prettier way to run the game on AS, it requires installing even more dependencies (like QT) which take time and are difficult to distribute. Therefore, I've put together a command line-based launcher tool using a couple shell & Python scripts.

To get up and running quickly, follow the steps below. Otherwise, for more detail, watch my YouTube video.

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@gabrielsson
gabrielsson / minecraft-on-raspberry-pi.md
Last active May 13, 2024 19:11
Minecraft on Raspberry Pi cluster with metrics

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Minecraft on Raspberry Pi cluster with metrics

Ever wanted to put your Rapsberry Pi cluster to great use? Our team is working remotely, so we started to play Minecraft. I decided I would host the Minecraft server on my Raspberry Pi cluster. This gist will guide you through the steps I took to get a k3s cluster up with k3sup and later installed Minecraft as well as metrics exporter and Prometheus Operator

Why?

Quoniam Possumus - Because we can

You'll need

@cvan
cvan / set-up-chromium-keys.md
Last active March 19, 2024 10:44
Launch Chromium with API Keys on Mac OS X and Windows

Last Updated: March 2023

IMPORTANT: Ignore the out-of-date steps below for getting Chromium keys.

Instead, read this up-to-date guide (Jan 2023) written by @LearningToPi.

P.S. Thank you to every contributor below who provided tips over the years on what should be a straightforward process: setting up Chromium for local development.

Long live the web!

@bmcbride
bmcbride / google-form-to-github-issue.md
Last active April 5, 2024 15:47
Create a new GitHub Issue from a Google Form submission

Wiring up a Google Form to GitHub is not that difficult with a little bit of Apps Script automation. All you need is a Google account, a GitHub account, and a web browser...

Set up your GitHub Personal Access Token

Personal access tokens provide an easy way to interact with the GitHub API without having to mess with OAuth. If you don't already have a personal access token with repo or public_repo access, visit your GitHub settings page and generate a new token.

Be sure to copy your token some place safe and keep it secure. Once generated, you will not be able to view or copy the token again.

Set up the Form & Spreadsheet

  1. Create a Google Form.