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https://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/30701/how-do-you-setup-a-public-minecraft-server-on-linux-centos-closed

This was very different from the question asked. For one it was on CentOS, not windows. Secondly it was to be configured with a VPS. Closing it was silly, even if the TITLES pointed to the same question, they were on highly different topics.

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  • No revision of the question mentions 'windows.' – badp Sep 22 '11 at 15:25
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I agree that the question is basically a duplicate, if not off-topic, if not a 'general reference' question (although that's still not a specific close reason). The only additional bit is setting up port forwarding with the NAT (if any), and that's not really a question for Gaming.

Update: The question has been deleted at the user's request.

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    I don't know how popular Minecraft Wiki is, but considering that the question is easily answered with a link to it, it seems that "general reference" would apply (even though it's not a close reason on Gaming). – Adam Lear Sep 22 '11 at 15:39
  • @AnnaLear It's probably too popular, given its closed license. – badp Sep 22 '11 at 16:52

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