Hey, everyone, I have messed around with Minecraft Pi edition on my RPI 3. Messing with Python and doing cool things. One thing that is a little sad is that there is no survival. What kind of game has no win or lose. I did research and it shows me how to do it, but most of them are meant for raspbian and I have Ubuntu Mate. Also, I tried to do one of them and it said to put a file into the mcpi folder. I don't even have that folder anywhere. Probably because my Minecraft pi edition came preinstalled without that dir. So I made my own mcpi folder and I have Minecraft Pi on my panel so I just dragged it to the mcpi. Still no luck. The tutorial I was trying to do is at this link.
It's called the mcpi folder because if you were to download the original package linked by Mojang, it would be unpacked into a subfolder called mcpi.
On Raspbian and MATE, the built-in equivalent is /opt/minecraft-pi so just use that. The tutorial you linked is fine... just note the folder is owned by root so you'll have to sudo some of those commands.
sudo apt-get install bspatch
sudo bspatch minecraft-pi survival ~/Downloads/survival.bsdiff
sudo chmod +x survival
For reference, the original thread by the guy who made the patch(es):
THANKS SOOOOOOOO MUCH AGAIN!!!!! YOU ARE THE BEST GUY TO MESSAGE FOR A MINECRAFT PROBLEM KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!
P:S The survival can I still do all the python stuff with it or only with creative?
You can still use the Python API. In fact, it becomes rather essential if you want to kill anything. Useful link:
I'm now getting this error saying.
./survival: error while loading shared libraries: libGLESv2.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
If you can fix this it would be greatly appreciated.
Have you installed the OpenGL|ES 2.0 library?
sudo apt install libgles2
Having the same issue running ./survival.
Get the same error running ./minecraft-pi so seems to be a problem running executables from the terminal.