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  1. RMI API & RMI Mod Information/Readme: https://github.com/Garrett92/WurmWebRMI RMI API Download: https://github.com/Garrett92/WurmWebRMI/releases/latest RMI Mod Download: https://github.com/Garrett92/WurmRMImod/releases/latest LifesaverM had the idea for a basic interface to use this tool. So I threw together a simple HTML/JS file that will allow you to use these commands and display the RMI output through an iframe. example: http://rageland.from-ca.com/basicrmicontroller/basicRMI.html download: http://rageland.from-ca.com/basicrmicontroller/download.php Be sure to change the var 'RMI_CONTROLLER_IP' on line 11. Usage: http://localhost:8080/broadcast?Broadcast this message to the server http://localhost:8080/shutdown?60&Server maintenance http://localhost:8080/getOnlnePlayers http://localhost:8080/getAllPlayers Data will need to be parsed by a separate program/script. I've been using php for my website. Custom Commands: (WurmRMI Mod) Commands: (no mod required) Wurm Unlimited Control Panel This is an early release - but it has the basic functions/features Requires the RMI API to be running, and the mod for some of the available commands. Download: https://github.com/Garrett92/WurmUnlimitedControlPanel/releases Live Example: http://rageland.from-ca.com/ Features: Steam API login system Administrator levels automatically assigned based off of in-game power (using the Steam API) Access to every command and page is able to be customized for the different power levels Basic server information (Players Online / Up-time) Live listings for Players/Villages (along with information) User-claimed wurm-unlimited.com voting rewards system Player controls - Give Item, Give/Remove Money, Ban/Unban Player, Change Power Map Page with an iframe for linking to an online map Live Online Map Viewer Development has been taken over by LordOfAwesomnia, please go to his forum post for any questions/bugs. Download: https://github.com/Garrett92/WurmMapGen/releases/latest Live Example: http://rageland.from-ca.com/map/index.php Note: Using the live (index.php) version requires the RMI API to be running, otherwise use index.html Features: Displays deeds, guard towers, structures, bridges, and player locations (player locations require the RMI API) Live map shows player locations, guard towers, and structures in real time Fast multi-threaded map generation. Made using Leaflet Easily customizable - many addons/options to choose from for leaflet
  2. Hey all, a few months ago I made this IRC bot for my personal use to make a few WU server management things a bit easier on myself. I've just done some changes on it last night to remove passwords etc, and put it up on Github. You can check it out at https://github.com/BuddaT/KangaBot I'm not sure how useful it'll be to anyone as is, it doesn't come prepackaged, so you'll need to sort out the IRC libraries yourself, and it also needs a few classes from the WU code from server.jar and common.jar. You can either pull those classes out individually, or just add the server.jar and common.jar to the classpath when running it. It currently lets you shutdown the server, broadcast messages, add money to someone's bank, and remove money from someones bank. At the very least it might be a good example for someone trying to make use of the RMI commands.