Get the TARDIS plugin files from: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/tardis
You install TARDIS just like you would any other Bukkit plugin, by dropping it into the Bukkit plugins folder and starting the server. The TARDIS database, configuration, schematic and map files will be created automatically.
Some versions of the TARDIS plugin are backwards compatible with previous versions of CraftBukkit (version 2.5.8 is compatible with Tekkit Classic Server), for the plugin to have full functionality and work correctly you should have CraftBukkit / Spigot version
1.9.2-R0.1 or higher.
The TARDIS plugin has evolved into a complex beast, with configurable recipes, and other things that unexperienced server administrators may have trouble with. If you have difficulties, create a ticket on the plugin page.
TARDIS Time Vortex shared world setup.
Place the following jar files in your plugins folder:
In order for some of the TARDIS item recipes to function properly, they require a series of Minecraft
map.dat files to be placed into the data folder of the main word on the server. To do this, follow these steps:
level-name. If you have never changed this property, it will be called
[level-name]is the world name you noted in step 3 — e.g.
world/data. If you’re totally unsure which folder, the TARDIS plugin will actually tell you with a message in the server log.
You will most probably need to run a permissions plugin for players to actually use the TARDIS (it’s possible without one, but players will need to be opped!). As a minimum players will generally need the
tardis.use permission to build a TARDIS, and
tardis.enter to be a companion.
If this is your first time using the plugin, you may want to set the TARDIS difficulty mode to easy. To do this use the in-game command:
/tardisadmin difficulty easy.
Backup your TARDIS Folder!
Place the upgraded jar files in the plugin folder.
It is recommended to delete the TARDIS
schematics folder and rooms.yml before an upgrade!
New configuration options and database fields will be added automatically, and if any major changes occur, TARDIS will backup the relevant files before attempting to upgrade them.
While not essential to make the TARDIS plugin work, the following plugins will make your Time Travelling experience even better.
If you desire your TARDIS to have its own world, please have Multiverse or another multi-world plugin (the only other supported plugins are: MultiWorld and My Worlds at this time) installed and set
create_worlds: true in your TARDIS configuration file.
If upgrading from a previous version of TARDIS that did not have generated worlds, or enabling them for the first time, please delete your previously created TARDISes and recreate them.
If upgrading from a version without an Artron Energy button or handbrake, please place these items, and use the
/tardis update command to add them to your TARDIS. See Commands for more information.