Nucleus has a command that sets all appropriate permissions for a group automatically.
This is one of two ways to assign permissions quickly. The alternative is using the role based permissions, which are described here. Do not use both.
/nucleus setupperms subcommand allows server owners to grant the suggested permissions to groups, allowing for a quick
setup of a server. This will grant permissions based on the version of the plugin you are running at the time and does not
automatically update permissions when Nucleus is upgraded.
Nucleus is not a permissions management plugin. Roles are simply a template you can apply to a permission group.
If you are happy for Nucleus to use new recommended permissions when you update Nucleus, use the role based permissions instead.
In general, you will already have the permission groups created in your permission plugin. To add the suggested permissions to the group, run:
/nucleus setupperms <ROLE> <group>
<ROLE> is one of the roles mentioned above, and
<group> is the name of the group in your permissions plugin. So,
to grant the
USER rights to the
default group, you would run:
/nucleus setupperms USER default
Similarly, to add
ADMIN permissions to your
/nucleus setupperms ADMIN administrators
This command does not grant permissions of lower roles by default, so giving the
ADMIN permissions to a group will not give
USER permissions. If you wish to do so, add the
-i flag to the command.
As an example, to add
USER permissions to the
administrators group, run:
/nucleus setupperms -i ADMIN administrators
We recommend that you use permission group inheritance rather than this method, however.
While we generally suggest you set up your permission groups yourself to get yourself familiar with how your permissions plugin works,
Nucleus can create a
owner group with the recommended Nucleus permissions ready to go.
To do so, run
/nucleus setupperms -g and follow the prompts.
You can re-run this command and any permissions that are already set (true or false) will not be overwritten, so running this command when you have updated Nucleus is safe.
If you wish to overwrite any Nucleus permissions that conflict, thereby resetting this to Nucleus’ suggested defaults, use the