- OS/Version: Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS
- Product Name/Version: AMP Release "Hawking Starman" V126.96.36.199+(Including recent nightly)
Problem: I was having an issue with creating new Minecraft instances, both via ADS and cmd line. When attempting to login via web console no response and times out. Did a little digging in the logs and did not identify anything that was pointing it to a definitive issue. At that point I remove AMP from my system and upgraded from 14.04 ( why not do it now that I am having issues?). After the update same issue occurs. I eventually notice an error that is the following.
[14:09:33] [Core:System Error] : Missing plugin/assembly: minecraftModule (/home/AMP/.ampdata/instances/creative/Plugins/minecraftModule/minecraftModule.dll)
[14:09:33] [ModuleLoader:System Error] : Unable to load module minecraftModule: Could not load file or assembly 'minecraftModule' or one of its dependencies
it appears that during the setup of the instance it is looking for "minecraftModule/minecraftModule.dll" but Linux is case sensitive and the directory and file are "MinecraftModule/MinecraftModule.dll". I was able to resolve the issue by changing the name of the directory and the file to correlate with what AMP was looking for within both the AMPCache-1609.zip, and AMPCache-Nightly-20180816-220123.zip files . This solved my issue and I was able to start the instance and login with no issues. I was not able to identify exactly what was calling the Module, so I can not test from there with the fix. I hope this helps to fix this minor inconvenience.