Minecraft is a sandbox video game that was developed by Mojang. The game was created by Markus “Notch” Persson using the programming language JAVA.
If you don’t have OpenJDK installed, then install it by entering the following commands in Terminal.
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk
- For Other Linux Distributions:
su -c “yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk”
- Check your java version by entering the following commands in Terminal:
Steps to Download and Install Minecraft using Terminal:
For other Linux distribution users:
Step 1: Download the Minecraft.tar.gz archive from their official website using wget.
Step 2: Extract the downloaded archive.
tar -xvf Minecraft.tar.gz
Step 3: Go to the newly created folder after extracting and start up the launcher.
For Ubuntu/Debian users:
Step 1: Download the Minecraft.deb file from their official website using wget.
Step 2: Install the downloaded package.
sudo dpkg -i Minecraft.deb
Step 3: To solve dependency issues, enter the following command.
sudo apt -f install
Step 4: Start up the launcher.
The following steps represent the remaining steps to installing Minecraft game files and are common for every Linux distribution user.
Step 1: After starting up the launcher, click on either Microsoft Login/Mojang Login to authenticate your account containing a license.
Step 2: Click on Play/Play Demo depending on your License.
Step 3: This will start by downloading the latest release of Minecraft(Java Edition) from Minecraft Servers.
Step 4: After downloading is over, click on Play Demo again to start the game.
Step 5: Click on Play/Play Demo World to load Minecraft World.
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