A small pile of terraform files and bash scripts to spin up a minecraft server.
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This is a little pile of scripts to configure a Minecraft server on AWS and Namecheap. In general, the config.lua file holds your config, and secrets.lua holds api keys. Each of the vms in config.lua.machines has a startup script under src/start/*.sh.etlua that gets preprocessed with etlua.


There are a few one-time set up things:

  • Register your domain name, put it in the config.lua file

  • Create an s3 bucket with any name, and put it's name in the config.lua file.

  • run make

  • Connect to the sidecar server, and run certbot:

    certbot certonly -d domain.name --standalone

  • Run service httpd start and check that connecting to the domain works.