How to access your Crafty instance
Crafty is a web-based application, which means you'll need a web browser to access and use it. This page provides useful tips and instructions on how to get up and running smoothly with Crafty.
Use HTTPS, not HTTP
Crafty can be accessed via
your machine’s IP address,
but again, you must type https:// before the address.
Crafty's self-signed certificate
You may recieve a warning screen in your browser notifying "Your connection is not private", don't worry it is, it's just because crafty by default uses a self-signed cert, which your browser can't verify against the big certificate authorities.
Just click the dropdown and proceed anyway!
Once you reach the Crafty webpage you will be greeted with a login screen.
admin credentials are generated and stored in
On Linux distros you must use the crafty system user to access this file.
Example: assuming Crafty is installed in the default location
You can preset your admin credentials by renaming
app/config/default.json and editing with your chosen credentials.
Welcome to Crafty
Once you are logged in you will see this welcome screen. This is your dashboard. From here you can access settings pages and create servers. When you have servers created, you will see them appear here.