This is my first Minecraft tutorial. Here I show you how to build a Japanese-themed house step-by-step. The resources you will need are: Logs – 185 Planks – 35 Fence – 154 Stairs – 151 Wooden Slabs – 42 White Wool – 80 Red Wool – 8 Black Wool – 20 Sapling – 1 Painting – 1 Crafting Table – 1 Furnace – 1 Chests – 4 Signs – 4 Glowstone – 3 Torches – 32 Bookcase – 1 Doors – 2 Leaf Blocks – 40 Red Flowers – 4 Yellow Flowers – 4 Gravel – 9 Bed – 1 Dirt – 1 Part 1: www.youtube.com Intro music: Stereo Fire by Dreams from Gin – www.newgrounds.com Texture Pack: LB Photo Realism x256 www.google.com ======================================================== Check out my blog! www.theblackbeltpanda.blogspot.com Follow me on Twitter! http Subscribe! www.youtube.com Everything in minecraft is created by Markus Persson (Notch) and the Mojang Team. The game can be found at www.minecraft.net ======================================================== tags yt:quality=high minecraft beta Minecraft Beta notch spider spiders skeleton skeletons zombie zombies lumber wood coal stone torch torches workbench crafting square pickaxe pick wooden shelter survival night theblackbeltpanda tutorial guide how to tip tips tricks help house home japanese japan theme asian nihon futon wool fence roof stair building build design construction pc game windows computer video commentary “video game”

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www.newegg.com Networking 101 Setting up a home network can open up a world of possibilites for sharing information between the computers in your home, as well as backing up info and streaming multimedia content to your living room television. If you’ve never set up a home network before, fear not! Paul is here with a basic tutorial for connecting the necessary components together to get your network up and running. Some tips from the video – The default gateway for most home networks is 192.168.1.1 – Type this in a command prompt to see your network info — “ipconfig /all” Cisco Linksys E3000 Router @ Newegg: bit.ly – Credits – Acting and Words: Paul Camera, Lighting & Sound: Lam Editing & Special Effects: Lam

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This is Part 14 in my How to Build a Computer on How to Mount your Motherboard to your Case! Click here for Part 15: www.youtube.com Click here for the Playlist: www.youtube.com ———————————————————- Email: crowoy@gmail.com Twitter: twitter.com FaceBook: on.fb.me ———————————————————-

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This is Part 13 in my How to Build a Computer series on Preparing your Case for everything else! Click here for Part 14: www.youtube.com Click here for the Playlist: www.youtube.com ———————————————————- Email: crowoy@gmail.com Twitter: twitter.com FaceBook: on.fb.me ———————————————————-

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Ok well this is a simple tutorial about how to change your desktop background, hope you like it. Sorry for the weird sounds in this, my mic is messed up I guess, and yes I did use audacity on my voice lol.

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— For Minecraft 1.2.5 — Got issues? See the FAQ in the lower part of the description. This is currently working for Minecraft 1.2.5 as of 8th of April 2012. Uses CraftBukkit 2149. (Recommended Version) To extract the files, I use WinRAR. It’s free to use. — Download links — – Standard – Direct link: www.datafilehost.com – MixiGUI version (Interface made by me) BETA – Direct link: www.datafilehost.com — Inputs in .bat file —- Java 6: @ECHO OFF SET BINDIR=%~dp0 CD /D “%BINDIR%” “%ProgramFiles%\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe” -Xincgc -Xmx1G -jar CraftBukkit.jar PAUSE Java 6 (but you are running a 64-bit OS) @ECHO OFF SET BINDIR=%~dp0 CD /D “%BINDIR%” “%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe” -Xincgc -Xmx1G -jar CraftBukkit.jar PAUSE Java 7: @ECHO OFF SET BINDIR=%~dp0 CD /D “%BINDIR%” “%ProgramFiles%\Java\jre7\bin\java.exe” -Xincgc -Xmx1G -jar CraftBukkit.jar PAUSE If none of them worked: @ECHO OFF java -Xincgc -Xmx1G -jar CraftBukkit.jar PAUSE You can edit the values of -Xmx1G to something else, for example like -Xmx3G if you want to allocate 3 GB RAM instead of 1, to reduce the lag. Note: It may not get allowed to allocate as much RAM as 2 GB, 3GB and so on, and then failing it to boot. —————————————————- FAQ ————————————————— —– ERROR: Could not bind to port …. Perhaps a server is already running on that port? —– Reason #1: You ran the .jar file (java archive file) and now it’s running in

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