There is a lot of functionality many admins will want for their server that is not necessarily needed by all those deploying MineOS. An addon is a simple script that will download, build, and install a piece of software. Follow the complete instructions for each addon on its wiki page. Please note, these addons only work for MineOS CRUX and are provided as convenience scripts--they are not the only way to install pieces of software and other, non-CRUX variants have their own prescribed method to install software.
Updating add-on install scripts
The below addons all have shell scripts in the /usr/games/minecraft/addons which--when run as root--will download and install its respective files from the internet. The shell scripts automate some simple tasks, such as creating users and running the ports system downloader and compiles/extracts the software.
While the addon shell scripts are all-inclusive, I encourage all users to learn what the scripts are doing by reading them and even executing the lines personally, rather than automated-ly. This will give you a much more complete understanding of the tasks involved and the binaries/configurations installed.
If you would like to try out running the ports system manually, first update all the Pkgfiles. This downloads all the files to /usr/ports/mineos, which is the repository for all the MineOS-related packages.
rsync -r rsync://firstname.lastname@example.org/ports /usr/ports
|PhpMyAdmin||A web-based MySQL administration tool||http://www.phpmyadmin.net|
|php-gd||A graphics library for PHP||http://www.boutell.com/gd/|
|pigmap||a Minecraft Google-map renderer||https://github.com/equalpants/pigmap|
|umurmur||an open source, low-latency, high quality voice chat software||http://code.google.com/p/umurmur/|
|phpsysinfo||A web-based server information webpage||http://phpsysinfo.sourceforge.net/|
|eXtplorer||a web-based File Manager||http://extplorer.sourceforge.net/|
|PhpBB3||A complete forum solution||http://www.phpbb.com/|
|Hamachi||A VPN solution for those with network restrictions||https://secure.logmein.com/products/hamachi/download.aspx|
Why aren't these included in the ISO? Add-on rationale