Java Edition Alpha server 0.1.1

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0.1.1
Edition

Java Edition

Release date

August 12, 2010

Download

Client
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Protocol version

14

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0.1.1 was an Alpha server version for client v1.0.16 released on August 12, 2010.[1]

Additions[edit]

  • Added online authentication for online servers.
    • The server can now be started in either online/secure mode or offline/insecure mode. A secure server requires all connecting players to first authenticate on minecraft.net, then checks that the authentication matches, before letting the player in. A server running in offline mode won’t do any such checks, nor will it ask the client to authenticate, but players cannot be sure that people who connect really are who they claim they are. Offline mode is meant for LAN play where the player knows the people connecting to the server.
  • Added ban/pardon commands to ban and unban a player from the game.
  • Added ban-ip/pardon-ip commands to ban and unban a specific IP.
  • Added op/deop commands to add/remove a player from the op list.
  • Added player ops. They can send server commands by typing a slash followed by a server command. Server ops can also build/destroy blocks near the spawn area.

Changes[edit]

  • Made the server save terrain more frequently.

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