I’m going to build Minecraft with the following settings.
This build will use a Raspberry Pi running Ubuntu.
If you want to build a more complex version of the game, you can use a different Raspberry Pi.
If you have a Raspberry Model B, you should have the Pi 3.
To install this version of Minecraft, you’ll need the following packages.1.
Ubuntu 16.04.4 (Raspbian) (latest: 16.10)If you’re using a Raspberry PI 3, you may need to install raspi-config to enable it.
The Pi 3 comes with a built-in GPU, which makes it an ideal system for building this game.
You’ll need to use a video card that supports at least the 3DMark 2013 benchmark.
You can check your video card with the raspicd utility, but you can also use the command line to check it.
If your card is not supported by this tutorial, you will need to find a compatible card that does.2.
A Raspberry Pi Zero W, Raspberry Pi 3B, Raspberry Model A, Raspberry M2, Raspberry Mini, Raspberry 3, Raspberry A+, or Raspberry A. You should have a suitable GPU card.3.
If your Raspberry Pi is older than 4 years old, you might need to upgrade your GPU driver, and you’ll also need to update your Raspberry Model-B drivers.4.
If there are any issues with the installation of Minecraft or Minecraft mods, open an issue.
I’ll try to answer as quickly as I can.
I’m using Ubuntu 16.4 LTS.
If I have any questions about this build, or if you have any suggestions, please let me know!
If you have problems installing Minecraft, please report them here.